Killing Eve Season 2: UK Start Date, Where To Watch, And Who’s In The Cast?
4 June 2019, 17:17 | Updated: 4 June 2019, 17:26
Killing Eve season two will soon be available to watch in the UK, after its initial release in the US in April, but what can we expect from the next series?
Killing Eve’s first series had us all gripped, so when season two aired in the US in April we were all itching to find out when we’d gain access to it in the UK.
You won’t have long to wait for the next series though, as it will air this week on Saturday 8th June.
But what else do we know about Killing Eve season two, and how can we watch it when it’s finally released?
*** This article contains season one spoilers ***
BBC has finally announced Killing Eve season 2 will be back on our screens on Saturday 8th June at 9.15pm and it will air every Saturday after that.
How to watch Killing Eve season 2
After the first episode has aired, you'll be able to watch the entire series on BBC iPlayer so you can binge-watch Villanelle and Eve to your heart's content.
Who’s in the cast?
Main characters Eve Polastri (Sandra Oh) and Villanelle (Jodie Comer) are of course back for season two, as Eve continues her chase of the hilariously sarcastic Russian assassin.
Fiona Shaw also returns as Carolyn Martens, the Head of Russia Desk at MI6, while Kim Bodina is back as Konstantin – despite the fact Villanelle tried to kill him in season one.
Series two will kick off 36 seconds from the closing scene of series one, where Eve stabbed Villanelle in the stomach before the hitwoman ran away – at the time leaving us wondering if she would even survive.
But of course Jodie’s character couldn’t be stopped and in the trailer for series two she’s seen attempting to get out of a hospital bed before walking down a street wearing a brightly-coloured onesie and clutching her wounded side.
Eve is also seen anxiously munching on pop corn as she waits at an airport, while Villanelle searches for a knife in a mystery person’s kitchen, telling someone off-screen: “To stab you with” after they ask why she’s searching for the utensil.