Killing Eve Season 4 – Killing Eve is a British Dark Humor Spy Thriller series by Sid Gentle Films for BBC America and BBC iPlayer. It obtained 89% in rotten tomatoes, 8.3/10 rating in IMDb and 8.7/10 rating in TV.com. It released its first season in 2018 and released one season every year thereafter.
Killing Eve Season 4 Release Date
After the end of season 3 the fans of this series are looking forward to the release of a new season. Although there is no scheduled release date for Killing Eve Season 4 because filming within the current limitations were not possible, the executive producer of the series, Sally Woodward Gentle expressed her excitement and confirmed that they are heading on to a new season! By May 31 the UK government allowed the film and TV production to continue their work following some social distancing constraints. This has reunited the cast and resumed the filming procedures.
Killing Eve Season 4 Cast
All the main members who survived through the plot of Season 3 are expected to be back in Season 4. This includes Sandra Oh as Eve Polastri, Jodie Marie Comer as Villanelle, Fiona Shaw as Carolyn Martens and Kim Bodina as Konstantin Vasiliev.
Gemma Whelan who showed up in season 3 as Carolyn’s daughter, Geraldine is also expected to reprise her role in season 4. The bitter pill gang including Danny Sapani as Jamie, Turlough Convery as Bear and Ayoola Smart as Audrey are also alive and making it to season 4!
Killing Eve Season 4 Plot
After season 3, the fans are looking forward to Eve Polastri’s character given more space to shine in the upcoming season. There is much more the new season shall reveal. What will Villanelle who understood that killing people is not what she wants to do In her life head onto? Eve and Villanelle’s relation will be the centralised story of the series but the fans can also expect some major risky twists in season 4.
Killing Eve Season 4 Writer
The series has a history of bringing in a new writer for every season. The first season was written by Phoebe Waller. She passed it to Emerald Fennel who wrote Season 2, and season 3 was written by Suzanne Heathcote. The head writer for the upcoming season would be Laura Neal who has also worked on Netflix’s Sex Education and Secret Diary of a Call Girl.