BBC One’s spy drama Killing Eve has concluded after four seasons with mixed reviews.
In the final season, Eve (Sandra Oh) and Villanelle (Jodie Comer) were finally able to come to terms with their ambiguous relationship, as well as the end of Eve’s search for a secretive organization known as ‘The Twelve’.
Killing Eve Season 5: Release Date
Although the show’s fourth season will be it’s final, there’s a chance it will return in some other form in the future. So, even if the current season of Killing Eve comes to an end in April, a spin-off series starring some of the show’s original cast may be in the works.
The release date of the past seasons is as follows:
- Season 1: 8 April 2018
- Season 2: 8 June 2019
- Season 3: 13 April 2020
- Season 4: 28 February 2022
“Potential extensions of this captivating universe,” said AMC’s head of original programming, Dan McDermott.
According to Kim Bodnia, the show’s mentor, there is no proper time to conclude and he would not exclude the possibility of a fifth season.
A spin-off may bring back Bodnia, but it’s unlikely that Comer and Oh will be there, as any spin-off is likely to feature a new ensemble of characters.
What Is the Storyline of Killing Eve Season 4?
In the first three seasons of Killing Eve, Eve and Villanelle’s cat-and-mouse game spanned Europe. While rescuing one other from perilous situations, the pair’s love-hate relationship was revealed.
With Villanelle still a part of a diabolical organization of puppet masters that deploy trigger men, Eve continues to hunt the Twelve in season four.
At church, Villanelle begins season four, desperately searching for a normal path to follow. In an effort to show herself that she has the capacity to change, she attempts to start over and put her assassination career in the past.
Season four explores the parallel travels of Eve and Villanelle, who are torn between their darker selves and their higher selves.
Who Is in the Cast of Killing Eve Season 4?
- Sandra Oh as Eve Polastri
- Jodie Comer as Villanelle
- Fiona Shaw as Carolyn Martens
- Camille Cottin as Helene
- Kim Bodnia as Konstantin
- Zindzi Hudson as May
- Steve Oram as Phil
- Robert Gilbert as Yusuf
What are Kim Bodnia’s (Konstantin’s) thoughts on the show ending?
At first, Kim Bodnia confessed that he was astonished by the decision to cancel the show.
“I mean, like everybody else watching this show, [I’m thinking] ‘Why end [the show]?’ [The series] is working is fine, and is new. And it’s like, ‘Why don’t we keep on going?'”
“If I can say something as Kim, as [a viewer watching] the show, I would hope that they could find each other, you know, and let all [this hate] go away.”
Killing Eve Season 5: Trailer
The trailer for season 5 is not released yet. Here is the trailer of season 4 below:
Frequently Asked Questions
How many episodes are in the fourth season of Killing Eve?
Season four has eight episodes, and each episode clocks in at roughly 40 minutes.
Were Eve and Villanelle together in the end?
As Eve and Villanelle headed back to London, they stopped at a cabin with a controlling couple reading tarot cards and chose to stay together after accepting that the other person was the only one who saw them for what they were: a pair of soulmates.
Is Carolyn a member of the ’12?’
The Twelve’s best assassin, Villanelle, was Carolyn’s sole hope of rejoining the group she revered.