Killing Eve: Season 4 of Killing Eve will set new heights in Eve and Villanelle’s Relationship


“Killing Eve” is a British series which is a mixture of dark comedy and thriller essence. The series have 3 seasons in total and have 24 episodes. The first series was premiered on 8th of April, 2018 whereas the latest season was released on 12th of April, 2020. First season of “Killing Eve” broke many weekly records and gained huge popularity between adults especially. In fact, it also managed to gain numerous awards.

So, if you are a fan of “Killing Eve” then you should know that season 4 is officially confirmed. It was supposed to be filmed in 2020. The series was already renewed before the release of 3rd season. However, due to COVID1- the shooting is postponed to June 2021.

Season 4 of “Killing Eve” will lead to set new heights in Eve and Villanelle’s Relationship

The very first thing which make “Killing Eve” very engaging is the relationship of  Eve Polastri and Villanelle. All the complications in their relationship and love for each other made them on of the best duo on the TV. However, we all know that Eve and Villanelle’s reunion is not healthy for Eve’s life. Eve lost too much in the past events after Villanelle came in her life.

In fact, the last scene when the reel couple reunite makes sure that creators are definitely planning something big with the show. Season 4 mostly is going to predict the future of the couple’s relationship. Part 4 will also reveal many aspects about Twelve. Last but not the least, season 4 will also show more about Konstantin.

Team of season 4 of “Killing Eve”

Oh and Comer will play their respective lead roles. Harriet Walter will not return for season 4 if you have watched season 3 then you probably know why. Season 4 however has major changes in writers’ room. Laura Neal will lead the writing of season 4 of “Killing Eve”.

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