When does Killing Eve season four start and will it be the last one? – The Sun

KILLING Eve fans have been waiting a while for the return of our anti-hero Villanelle.

Good news though, Jodie Comer and Sandra Oh are back for a fourth offering of the hit BBC series.

When will Killing Eve season 4 be on TV?

Killing Eve was renewed back in 2020 by BBC America, which makes us all a lot happier.

The pandemic initially halted filming, due to the fact that European locations are used for the show.

However, the good news is filming began in July 2021.

The series is scheduled for release on BBC One in 2022 – although an exact date is yet to be revealed.

What happened at the end of Killing Eve season 3?

The unusual ending to the finale does promise a different direction for season four.

Unlike the season 1 and 2 finales which ended with them stabbing and shooting one another respectively, the season 3 finale of BBC's spy thriller Killing Eve ended on a more solemn and less violent note.

Eve, the way-off-the-books agent and Villanelle, the volatile assassin ended the series by standing back to back on London Bridge and attempting to follow Villanelle's suggestion to walk away from each other for good without looking back.

What will happen in Killing eve season 4?

The Sun revealed in June 2021 how Villanelle will transform from a brutal assassin to a born-again Christian for season 4.

It’s a twist which will ensure the global hit and its central star Jodie Comer go out with a bang, delighting their loyal followers.

A TV insider said: “Villanelle actually turns to God quite early on in the fourth season, which will be a real eye-opener for viewers since she’s spent most of her life murdering people.

"But it’s a characteristic curveball from the makers of Killing Eve, who have always liked to keep fans on their toes with unexpected plots.

“And this ensures the drama, which has been one of the most talked about of the past three years, doesn’t end by simply tapering off.”

Will season 4 be the last season?

Sadly yes – though a spin off series in the works.

AMC Networks and Sid Gentle Films Ltd said to Variety: "working to develop potential spinoffs to extend the world created in the series."

Jodie Comer said: "It’s not over yet."

Sally Woodward Gentle also said: "There’s so much more to come."

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