Killing Eve is a very popular spy drama series of BBC that is based on Luke Jennings’ books titled Villanelle. It tells the story of an investigator who created an obsession for a killer during a mission. The main lead stars Sandra Oh and Jodie Comer played the role of Eve Polastri and Oksana Astankova / Villanelle. The first season landed on BBC back in 2018 and it receives huge success because of the high ratings and love of the audiences.
This year, BBC gave the green light to season 4 just before the premiere of the third season. Fans are very much excited about the new season. Keep reading to know all the details for it:
This year, BBC appointed a new writer for the fourth season and she is Sex Education’s alum, Laura Neal. So season 4 is still reportedly in the early stage of development, we all know that filming is not possible because of coronavirus pandemic. Many networks already stop production on their upcoming shows for safety reasons.
BBC also not shared any details for the production so it is tough to tell about it. We will notify you if any new update appears.
As there is reportedly delay in the filming of the fourth season so it will take a long time to release. The shooting also begins late then post-production also consumes time so we cannot expect it to release this year. BBC also not share the exact date for the new episodes. As per the sources, we have wait for the fourth season of Killing Eve sometime in 2021.
These stars will surely come back in the new season of the spy thriller series: Sandra Oh as Eve Polastri, Jodie Comer as Villanelle, Fiona Shaw as Carolyn, Kim Bodnia as Konstantin, Owen McDonnell as Niko Polastri, Sean Delaney as Kenny, and Darren Boyd as Frank.
The new season will extend the story of both the main characters Eve and Villanelle. For now, there are fewer details for the story as it is kept secret.