There’s quite a bit to sit up for this week — the Snyder Cut, The Falcon and the Winter Soldier — however we additionally got some dangerous information: Killing Eve will probably be ending after its fourth season.
The thrilling sequence stars Grey’s Anatomy’s Sandra Oh as intelligence agent Eve Polastri and The White Princess’ Jodie Comer because the villainous murderer Villanelle. Their cat-and-mouse game has been thrilling and it’s going to be onerous to say goodbye, however fortunately now we have a while earlier than now we have to.
When will Killing Eve season 4 premiere?
News of the ending got here early from AMC Networks. Killing Eve will air eight new episodes this summer time, after which, no extra.
The video solely reveals that the present is ending in the direction of the tip, blindsiding followers. It’s reminiscent of The Good Wife’s startling ultimate season announcement in a 2016 Super Bowl advert.
In its assertion, the community additionally stated that it’s exploring “a number of potential spinoff ideas to extend the show’s iconic universe.” If there’s going to be a spin-off solely targeted Villanelle’s wild shenanigans starring Comer, I am so on board for that. If Comer got her personal sequence to hold on Villanelle’s story, I feel Killing Eve followers may settle for that the flagship sequence is ending.
The ladies behind the digicam on Killing Eve are simply as gifted as those in entrance of it. Fleabag’s Phoebe-Waller Bridge kickstarted the sequence after which handed the reins over to Emerald Fennell, who simply got nominated for an Oscar for guiding Promising Young Woman (and who performs Camilla Parker-Bowles in The Crown, FYI). Producer and author Suzanne Heathcote (See, Fear The Walking Dead) took over with season 3, and now Laura Neal (Sex Education) will deal with season 4.
This fantastic workforce of ladies has introduced Killing Eve to life, and I sit up for seeing how this award-winning sequence will come to a killer conclusion.
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