While we're still watching Eve and Villanelle's journey unfold in Killing Eve's third season, fans can get ready for the drama to continue. BBC America has already confirmed the series will return for a fourth season.
In a statement, the President of AMC Networks Entertainment Group and AMC Studio, Sarah Barnett, said: "How could we not have massive confidence in Killing Eve? It has won big in every major award show and is the highest growing show on U.S. television for six years."
Executive Producer Sally Woodward Gentle agreed, saying: "I am beyond thrilled that we can continue our extraordinary journey. It is a testament to everyone involved that we have been picked up so early–the magnificent actors, writers, directors and production team. We are extremely lucky to work with such fierce and dedicated people."
While no cast announcements have been confirmed just yet, it's safe to assume that Jodie Comer and Sadra Oh will reprise their roles.
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DigitalSpy also reports the appointment of Sex Education's Laura Neal as the writer of Killing Eve's upcoming season. AMC's Sarah Barnett said in a statement, "We have a remarkable squad of ferociously smart women writers passing the baton to each other on this show, aligned around a coherent vision but bringing it to life with their own specific sparkle and brilliance. Laura Neal is the latest incredible leader of the pack on Killing Eve."
Phoebe Waller-Bridge, the mastermind behind Fleabag, was tasked with season one of the hugely successful series. Emerald Fennell took the reins for season two and Suzanne Heathcote was responsible for season three.
We might be waiting a while before the new season hits our screens though, with production halted on all major projects due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Safe to say, we'll be waiting with bated breath.