Killing Eve is a spy thriller produced by Sid Gentle Films for BBC America. The series revolves around Eve’s life as a spy, which is not so entertaining and successful as she thought it would be. On the other hand, Villanelle is a very successful and talented killer who has many luxuries in her job. It all matters when both of them come head to head where they try to hunt each other down.
It is a highly rated television series by critics and is also amongst the best British television series of 2018. The sophomore run is ending on a thrilling finale episode. For the fans of the agent Eve and her target assassin Villanelle, it’s obvious the next season will come to the screen soon.
The series grabbed two Golden Globes nominations, one for best TV Drama category and the other for an individual role for Jodie Comer.
The show’s producers announced that the upcoming season will air in early April of 2020 and that the shooting has already begun from August. But it is still not so clear about the channel on which it will air. The series is approaching for its third season will some severe critics, as they picked up two Golden Globe nominations.
If we talk about the cast, we will witness some new faces in the forthcoming season. Actors such as Harriet Walter and Danny Sapani will be seen joining the cast. Famous actors such as Gemma Whelan, who acted in the popular series Game Of Thrones, will also join the crew along with Pedja Bjelac, who played a role in the Harry Potter.
Recent media reports claimed that Waller-Bridge could re-appear on the screen for the upcoming season. She said that she’d love to be the character murdered by Villanelle herself.
Now we are going to talk about the return of Konstantin. In the shocking finale episode of Killing Eve Season 2, we witnessed that Konstantin Vasiliev played by Kim Bodnia, is still alive. He survived Villanelle’s shooting, despite the bullet hit him in his chest. For Konstantin fans, it’s going to be another high season as some sources suggest that Konstantin is still in London, but how much of that is true?