Follow Eve for another season as she continues her quest to find Villanelle, the psychopathic assassin with whom she has been tasked to capture.
Killing Eve Season 2 Preview
In Season One, British intelligence agent Eve Polastri became embroiled in a chase for a killer, and we watched as the pursuit turned into an obsession. The show developed a cult following around the globe, being nominated for a plethora of awards and receiving virtually universal acclaim. Led by Sandra Oh as Eve, the show was quickly renewed for a second and then a third season.
Season Two will see the stakes heighten further still. Filled with the dark humour for which the show became known for during its first season, its ensemble cast and an entralling character dynamic as good is as any currently on our screens. Killing Eve will once again be must-watch television in 2019.
How to Watch or Stream Killing Eve
Though the US got to enjoy the second season of Killing Eve from early in April, it wasn’t until the 8th of June that it hit UK screens. Having kicked off at 9.15pm on that Saturday – ideal for a lazy Saturday night in – the eight episodes of the show’s second season will be released on BBC One at the same time each Saturday.
Alternatively, if you missed an episode or two or simply prefer to watch it all in one go, you also have the option of streaming the entire season. With BBC One’s iPlayer – which is free of charge, of course – all the episodes are available once they’re aired, meaning all you need to do is create an account and you can binge the entire season.
Must See TV for Killing Eve Fans
Finished Season Two of Killing Eve and looking for something else to keep you occupied? Fortunately, there’s plenty more great television to bite your teeth into, starting with the three series we’ve mentioned below.
Poldark (BBC One)
Poldark has captured the hearts and minds of viewers over the course of four thrilling seasons, and it will all come to a conclusion in 2019 a fifth and final season which looms as one for the ages. All the Poldarks will return, as will the Enyse’s, the Carne’s and George Warleggen, for one last hurrah. The final season of the series kicked off on Sunday 14th July on BBC One, and episodes will be shown at 9 PM on Sunday evenings.
The Blacklist (Sky One)
If you’re looking for a little more drama, you don’t need to look any further than The Blacklist, which will be returning for a sixth season in 2019 on Sky One. James Spader puts in an Emmy Award-winning performance as Raymond Reddington in this action-packed show, which follows the life of a master criminal who swings to the other side to become an informant. The Blacklist will be shown on Wednesday evenings on Sky One and is also available on Sky’s streaming app, Sky Go, for no extra charge for subscribers.
Peaky Blinders (BBC One)
BBC’s hit show Peaky Blinders ended in thrilling circumstances in Season Four, and fans of the show, of which there are plenty, are eager to see what will happen next. The Changretta family has been defeated, and Tommy Shelby has been elected, and with Cillian Murphy, Paul Anderson, Helen McCrory and more returning as your favourite characters for the fifth season, it’s sure to be compelling viewing With Tommy’s power combining in what is an increasingly fragile mental state, the latest season is one not to miss.