Killing Eve (2018– )
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Eve's mission is disastrously compromised; Carolyn leaves Eve's future in her own hands.

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Damon Thomas

Writers:

Emerald Fennell, Luke Jennings (based on the Villanelle novels by)
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Episode complete credited cast:
Jodie Comer ... Villanelle
Henry Lloyd-Hughes ... Aaron Peel
Sandra Oh ... Eve Polastri
Edward Bluemel ... Hugo
Tomi May ... Danny
Emanuele Romano Emanuele Romano ... Palazzo Guard
Fiona Shaw ... Carolyn Martens
Kim Bodnia ... Konstantin
Adrian Scarborough ... Raymond
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Eve's mission is disastrously compromised; Carolyn leaves Eve's future in her own hands.

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Drama | Thriller

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English

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26 May 2019 (USA) See more »

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When Eve is talking to Danny she folds the note then places her hands on top, scrunching it up, and in the next scene she is holding the note in her hands and it's not scrunched. See more »

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References The Graduate (1967) See more »

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Season Two Review.
17 July 2019 | by southdavidSee all my reviews

Fortunately, the wait for the second season of "Killing Eve" wasn't anything like as long as the first.

Picking up exactly where the first season ended, Eve Polastri (Sandra Oh) is trapped in Villanelle's (Jodie Comer) Parisian apartment, having just stabbed her in the stomach. As both escape the confines of the room and attempt to make their way back to London, they each have issues to overcome. Eve needs to avoid the attentions of any authorities and Villanelle a serious wound that requires treatment.

Despite Phoebe Bridge-Waller not having the same writing input as the first season, she's set a tone that this second season follows admirably - it's gloriously darkly funny. Plot wise, perhaps it's not as hot as the first season. It feels a little like it's searching for reasons to keep the two characters circling each other and it does stretch the boundaries of credibility towards the end.

Though both leads are excellent, it's Comer that makes the show come alive, effortlessly switching characters and accents at a moment's notice.

We raced through the series over a weekend and though perhaps not as good as the first, this is still pretty strong stuff. Can't wait for season three.


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