Inspired by Luke Jennings’ novel Villainy, Killing Eve is a British black comedy-drama series. The show is produced in the United Kingdom for BBC America and BBC iplayer. Since the release of the first season, the show has been a huge hit. Moreover, it has been the recipient of many awards, from best actress to an Emmy for best drama series. Killing Eve has successfully run for 3 seasons, and it’s quite obvious to say that it is going strong.
Viewers from all across the globe love this fusion of comedy and thriller. And, now they are wondering about the fifth season.
So, here we are for the rescue. Go ahead and catch al the updates regarding the next season:
Killing Eve Season 4: Release Date
Unfortunately, the audience has to wait a little longer for the next season. The fourth season is currently in its infancy stage and will take a lot longer to hit our screens.
The show is facing a delay in production due to the ongoing pandemic. Just like every other show, Killing Eve is also a victim of the global pandemic. Another reason is that the show just launched it’s season 3, in May 2020. So, of course, it will take at least a year for it to make a comeback. We can expect the show to air Killing Eve Season 4 release date to be in late 2021, or in 2022.
The fourth season was commissioned before season 3 was premiered. So, we know that it’s happening, but, when will it be released is still a mystery. Moreover, writer, Laura Neal will be the headwriter for season fourth, and will also serve as the executive producer.
Plot and Cast For The Show
The show revolves around the 2 lead females, Eve and Oksana/Villanelle. Eve who works for the British intelligence agencies soon gets bored with her job and starts studying about female assassins and their psychology. However, she gets fired from MI5. But, soon she gets hired again by a secret division within MI6 who are chasing a criminal who calls herself Villanelle.
Some time into the series, both Eve and Villanelle met and realizes that their secret circles may be more interconnected. Eve becomes obsessed with Villanelle and later the latter reciprocates that obsession. And, that’s how the series evolves as both women start to focus on themselves more rather than their initial mission.
The show stars, Sandra Oh, Jodie Comer, Fiona Shaw, Kim Bodnia, Owen McDownnell, Darren Boyd, Gemma Whelan, and Camille Cottin.