Killing Eve Season 4 Character Posters Out, Sandra Oh and Jodie Comer Mesmerize

Killing Eve Season 4 will mark the final season of the fan favourite British spy thriller. Based on the Villanelle novel series by Luke Jennings, the series has different head writers take the place for different seasons. The first season was created by Phoebe Waller-Bridge as the head writer, followed by Emerald Fennell in season 2 and, Suzanne Heathcote in season 3. The final season has Laura Neal as the head writer. With critical praises, the series has secured itself many accolades.

The show stars Sandra Oh and Jodie Comer as the protagonists of the show. The other cast members include Fiona Shaw, Kim Bodnia, Gemma Whelan, Owen McDonnell, Sean Delaney and more. The series covers the story of Eve, played by Oh, who is recruited by an intelligence agency. She crosses paths with Villanelle, played by Comer, who is an assassin. The series runs on the missions the individuals set to kill one another but, it is some strange and endearing that draws them closer to one another.

With the fourth and final season knocking at the door, the social media platforms have shared new character posters for the two main leads. Previously, our leads have been seen together sharing their space in the poster. However, the individual poster gives us more insight into their characters.

Killing Eve Season 4 Character Posters

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Jodie Comer’s Villanelle has been called a devoted assassin, whereas Sandra Oh’s poster describes her character as beloved rouge. Can this be a hint that Eve never returns to her normal life and, instead picks Villanelle to spend the rest of her life with? Well, we can only know for sure in the upcoming season.

Killing Eve Season 4 is set to premiere on 27 February 2022 for BBC America and in “Early 2022” BBC iPlayer. You can check out the previous seasons of Killing Eve now on Amazon Prime Video.

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