Every Episode Of Killing Eve Season Two Will Be Released On iPlayer Tonight
*** WARNING - SPOILERS FOR SEASON ONE OF KILLING EVE ***
The wait is over, Killing Eve is back - and you can watch the whole thing in one big sesh.
The first episode of the second season will air at 9.15pm on BBC One tonight (Saturday), but all eight episodes will be made available on iPlayer.
So if you're more traditional/disciplined, you can stretch the drama over the next couple of months with weekly instalments. Or, if you find it all too captivating/have nothing better to do this weekend, you can rattle through the whole thing at your leisure.
Season one is also on there too if you need a little refresher beforehand, or if you just fancy a Killing Eve mega marathon.
Further good news is that, if you do binge through the whole season, you can comfort yourself in the knowledge that season three will also be aired on BBC, whenever it's ready.
So it will be a seeya later not a goodbye to Eve and Villanelle... if they both survive season two.
The second season will pick up exactly 36 seconds on from the dramatic closing scene of season one, in which Eve stabbed Villanelle - who then miraculously disappeared in typical Villanelle style.
The show is based on the Codename Villanelle novella series from author Luke Jennings and follows bored MI5 officer, Eve Polastri (Sandra Oh), as she hunts down elusive assassin, Villanelle, who is played by Jodie Comer.
The 26-year-old has earned buckets of praise for her captivating portrayal of the complex and intriguing character. She scooped a deserved best leading actress award at the TV BAFTAs for her performance, with the show also winning Best TV show and Fiona Shaw winning best supporting actress for her portrayal of Carolyn Martens.
Discussing the upcoming season, Comer said a 'huge conflict' arises for her character.
According to The Metro, she said: "The most interesting part about coming back to play Villanelle is the exploration of her emotions and feelings, or lack of them.
"A huge conflict arises in her head from how she thinks she feels about Eve and the other relationships in her life.
"I think that's another reason why the audience took to her. There's a flicker of humanity about her and just when we think we've found it, we lose it again."
Here's hoping the second season can reach the high bar set by the first.
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