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Brutal Deaths, Baptisms And Unbearable Sexual Tension: The Final Season Of Killing Eve Is On Its Way

Radhika Seth February 2, 2022

Article from Vogue.

It’s been almost two years since Jodie Comer’s Villanelle and Sandra Oh’s Eve Polastri stood on Tower Bridge looking at each other longingly in the tantalising last shot of Killing Eve’s blood-soaked, beguiling third instalment. What did the glance mean for the pair whose sexually-charged game of cat-and-mouse seems to have ensured their mutual destruction? Would Eve see her estranged husband Niko (Owen McDonnell) again? Will we find out exactly what happened between Kenny (Sean Delaney) and Konstantin (Kim Bodnia)? And is the latter’s daughter, the whip-smart and gleefully sadistic Irina (Yuli Lagodinsky), destined to become an assassin, too?

These questions, along with the countless others that piled up last time around, could be answered sooner than you might think. On 1 February, BBC America dropped the first trailer for the hit show’s fourth and final season, and it has sent fans into a tailspin. It opens with Villanelle attending what appears to be a therapy session with Martin, the psychopath expert played by Adeel Akhtar, and confessing that she has continued to kill despite her best efforts to change. Meanwhile, we see things heat up between Sandra Oh and Robert Gilbert, the actor who recently appeared in The Tragedy of Macbeth and is joining Killing Eve as a series regular. He’s playing Yusuf, whom Variety describes as “a warm and charismatic ex-army bad boy who works to help Eve on her mission of revenge.” Also on board? We Are Lady Parts star Anjana Vasan as Pam, an assassin in training who works in her family funeral business, and Camille Cottin reprising her role as the steely and mysterious Hélène.

There’s no shortage of talking points in the teaser – a tearful Villanelle being baptised, for instance – but the most striking sequence is the one in which she and Eve lock eyes through a fish tank à la Claire Danes and Leonardo DiCaprio in Baz Luhrmann’s Romeo + Juliet. Are our star-crossed lovers hurtling towards tragedy, too? Audiences in the US are set to find out on 27 February when the show begins airing stateside and, although a UK release date has yet to be confirmed, it should arrive on BBC iPlayer shortly afterwards. Those already mourning our favourite stylish psychopath’s departure from screens should take solace in the fact that a number of potential spin-offs are currently being developed to extend the Killing Eve universe. Will they centre on existing supporting characters, a protégé of Villanelle or The Twelve, the deadly organisation that has secretly been pulling the strings? We may know in a matter of months.

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