Killing Eve is heading back to our screens a little early.
Really, you’re not short of brilliant things to catch on TV whilst you’re waiting out the lockdown. But you can definitely go ahead and add another show to that list, for on April 13th, the third season of Killing Eve finally hits UK screens.
Plenty of streaming services and distribution companies are choosing to move up premiere dates at the moment, and thankfully Killing Eve is amongst the shows on the march. The US premiere has been moved up by two weeks to April 12th, and whilst the UK curiously wasn’t meant to have it until the summer (despite the fact it’s a BBC production), our date has also been bumped up.
New episodes will arrive on BBC iPlayer at 6am on Monday, April 13th, and every week after. Alternatively, if you’d like to catch it on terrestrial TV, it’ll be on BBC One at 9pm on Sunday, April 19th and each Sunday night thereafter. Out of respect to those who haven’t seen the previous two series – and I’d highly recommend them! – I’ll give no spoilers here, but suffice it to say that it’ll put MI6 operative Eve (Sandra Oh) and international assassin Villanelle (Jodie Comer) on a deviously entwined path once more…
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