'Killing Eve' Is Ending After 4 Seasons
Today, it was confirmed that Killing Eve will conclude after its fourth and final season airs in 2022. The popular BBC America series is coming to an end, but the network reportedly also has several spin-off concepts in the works. Killing Eve last aired in 2020 and is set to begin shooting its final season this summer.
Killing Eve will go out with a bang in 2022. Today, it was announced that the spy-assassin thriller will conclude after a fourth and final season, which enters production this summer.
Killing Eve ending after season 4 — spinoffs a possibility
While the popular thriller starring Sandra Oh and Jodie Comer will last just four seasons, BBC America reportedly has several spin-off concepts in the works. According to Deadline, it's unlikely that "Eve" (Oh) or "Villanelle" (Comer) will front a new show, but the criminal organization "The Twelve" or other areas of the spy-assassin world could be explored in new projects.
Fans last saw Killing Eve in the spring of 2020, when season 3 aired and concluded with a cliffhanger teasing closer-than-ever ties between "Eve" and "Villanelle." Season 4 would've aired in 2021, but the production was delayed a full year due to the pandemic.
Killing Eve season 4 shooting in 2021, release date in 2022
Killing Eve season 4 begins shooting this summer in the UK, and a typical 8-episode season is expected, while an April 2022 premiere date remains likely. In terms of viewing numbers, the series peaked at the end of season 1, while it brought in similar but somewhat lower numbers in both seasons 2 and 3.
Killing Eve was met with glowing reviews in seasons 1 and 2 but followed with mixed reviews for season 3. On the future of Killing Eve, AMC President Dan McDermott said: "We look forward to what is sure to be an unforgettable final season and to exploring potential extensions of this compelling universe."
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