Attention, the following article reveals some details on the last episode of season 3 of Killing Eve.
Accustomed to the frenzied clashes between Eve and Villanelle, fans of Killing Eve certainly expected a more explosive final for this third season. In any case, this is the path taken by the two previous ones. Remember, at the end of the first season, Villanelle (Jodie Comer), gregretfully injured, fled from her Paris apartment after an argument with her rival, while at the end of the second season, the professional killer left Eve (Sandra Oh) for dead after shooting her in the back. This third chapter, piloted by a new showrunneuse, Suzanne Heathcote ((Fear The Walking Dead), opts for a more melancholic end. Reunited on the London Bridge, the two characters leave in opposite directions, before turning to exchange a look and a smile.
Killing Eve on Canal +: what to remember from the finale of season 3
A fourth season should normally arrive on our screens for 2021, that’s what producer Sally Woodward Gentle explains to the magazine Entertainment Weekly. The production of season 3 ended before the Covid-19 pandemic and the writers took advantage of the confinement to delve into the sequel. “We haven’t lifted our feet. The writers are currently at work. We should have three episodes written quickly, she explains in an interview published this May 31. We are working on the schedule we had before and we will modify it when we approach the shooting date. We will not do anything until the team is completely safe and we do not want to jeopardize the essence of the series.“
To reveal a clue to season 4, producer Sally Woodward Gentle shares this enigmatic sentence: “Change is possible“. Will Villanelle manage to separate from her demons? Is the cat and mouse game definitely over? Case to follow next year.
Watch the trailer for saion 3 of “Killing Eve”: