& # 39; Killing Eve & # 39; will launch season 3 two weeks earlier

Lawrence Kim
March 30, 2020

It has been announced that the third season of BBC America's stylish thriller Killing Eve will arrive two weeks earlier than initially announced.

Killing Eve is the iPlayer's biggest non-continuous drama programme of all-time - with almost 110 million requests to view both series one and two to date. According to BBC America, the third season of Killing Eve had its early debut.

Due to new social distancing requirements, the Season 10 finale episode of The Walking Dead has been delayed.

The BBC iPlayer in the United Kingdom will be airing the show early as well with the first episode hitting the streaming platform on Monday, April 13.

Another thing we know is that Suzanne Heathcote - who previously worked on Fear the Walking Dead - has taken over from Emerald Fennell as lead writer and executive producer.

The Killing Eve account wrote: 'Ahhhhhhhhhhh.

"We know how adored this series is and we know how keen people are for great content right now", Sarah Barnett, president of AMC Networks Entertainment Group and AMC Studios, said in a statement posted on the network's website.

Unlike a year ago, when the rest of the world watched season two and the United Kingdom sourly waited for weeks, season three drops on iPlayer at roughly the same time as in the US. For Eve, the ex-MI6 operative hiding in plain sight, Villanelle won't ever discover her.

Yet British viewers were left disappointed by the news as a United Kingdom release date still remains unknown, with fans speculating it could be June.

Who's in the Killing Eve season 3 cast? And she's wearing clown make-up and has a red wig on. Season 2 ended with Villanelle shooting - and presumably killing - Eve. However, it was just too unrealistic to last and the new trailer has finally revealed that Eve is very much alive and Villanelle is well, very much obsessed with her.

Back where they started, Villanelle continues playing her mind games on Eve. Notice how the recording device is shaped like a heart.

Fiona Shaw and Kim Bodina also reprise their roles as Eve and Villanelle's respective bosses, Carolyn and Konstantin. "I promise you that series three of this unmissable drama has been worth the wait".

Plenty of streaming services and distribution companies are choosing to move up premiere dates at the moment, and thankfully Killing Eve is amongst the shows on the march.

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