Killing Eve (2018– )
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Villanelle finds a Good Samaritan to take her in, while Carolyn introduces Eve to her new team.


Damon Thomas


Emerald Fennell, Luke Jennings (based on the Villanelle novels by)





Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Jodie Comer ... Villanelle
Luke de Woolfson ... British Dad
Sandra Oh ... Eve Polastri
Owen McDonnell ... Niko Polastri
Victoria Howell Victoria Howell ... Launderette Owner
Claire Vousden ... Supermarket Woman
Julian Barratt ... Julian
Michael Hanratty Michael Hanratty ... Supermarket Cashier
Fiona Shaw ... Carolyn Martens
Sean Delaney ... Kenny
Nina Sosanya ... Jess
Edward Bluemel ... Hugo
Diana Payan Diana Payan ... Julian's Mother
Henry Lloyd-Hughes ... Aaron Peel
Shannon Tarbet ... Amber Peel


Eve continues to look for Villanelle while investigating Caroline and her ties to the 12. Villanelle on the run, meets a man who will help her hide from the police. Not sure if she can trust him or not, she receives help from this man awaiting a response from Eve. Written by AndresBOES

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14 April 2019 (USA) See more »

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Did You Know?


The scene of Villanelle walking barefoot out of the house in a nightgown is eerily reminiscent of Ivy Moxam (also played by Jodie Comer ) walking out of the house in the opening scene of Thirteen (2016) See more »


Eve calls a number to get copies of photos of the dead boy in the hospital. The phone screen shows the title GCHQ as the number she is dialing. GCHQ is a signal intercept organisation and would have no reason to hold photos of a killing. See more »


Eve Polastri: What do you know about psychopaths?
Hugo: I went to boarding school.
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References Clueless (1995) See more »


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Starting to rely on lazy cliche and movie luck
16 April 2019 | by fallyhagSee all my reviews

The major draw to this programme is the baddie and the chemistry. If you take them away and replace them with cliche and cheesey movie luck then you are left with something totally different.

The reliance on 'the injury' to explain her sudden change is not great. A shadow of her normal character self. But all okay because of 'the injury'. Lazy writing.

The man that helps her is some painful writing. Feeling like we are slipping towards the standard of all the other boring stuff on TV. No imagination. No creativity. No intelligence. Just your worn out cliche change of character from good to sinister.

Then the magic timing at the end to help ensure the story moves along. This sort of lazy writing really irritates me.

And what are we left with? Another female assassin to catch. Really!? Zzzzz...

I'm not sure who is in control of this show now but the signs of a slip in quality are showing. Pity.

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