Killing Eve season 2: Everything you need to know

Ever since we binge-watched the first season of Killing Eve on BBC iPlayer this autumn, we’ve been eagerly awaiting the follow-up season to the hit psychological crime drama, and now Entertainment Weekly has brought us an exclusive sneak peek at Killing Eve season 2.

The series, starring¬†Grey‚Äôs Anatomy‘s Sandra Oh and¬†Doctor Foster actress Jodie Comer, debuted in the UK back in September and has since built a huge fan base thanks to the charms of its twisted serial killer, Villanelle (played by Comer) and intensely gripping storyline.

Luckily, fans won’t have to wait too long for the return of the eventful cat and mouse chase between¬†MI5 Agent, Eve (played by Oh) and¬†Villanelle as the second season of Killing Eve is coming sooner than you think. And judging by the first look pictures released by Entertainment Weekly, we’re in for a serious treat.

Here’s everything we know about season 2 so far…

Who will star in Killing Eve season 2?

Aside from the show’s main characters (played by Sandra Oh and Jodie Comer) viewers will welcome actress Nina Sosanya, who has starred in W1A, Marcella and Last Tango in Halifax.

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The Mighty Boosh star Julian Barratt will also make an appearance in the new season while actor Edward Bluemel, who has starred in Liam Neeson’s thriller The Commuter and Sky One show A Discovery of Witches, will be joining the cast too, alongside¬†Henry Lloyd-Hughes (from the¬†The Inbetweeners movie) and Shannon Tarbet (who viewers will recognise from Beast)¬† who were recently announced as cast members for Killing Eve season 2.

Unfortunately Phoebe Waller-Bridge, who wrote the first season of Killing Eve, will not be returning to work on season two, However, Call The Midwife’s Emerald Fennell will be taking over, so the show is in safe hands.

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What will the plot of Killing Eve season 2 be?

Season two is currently being filmed¬†across London, Paris and Amsterdam and while the creator’s have remained very tight lipped about the plot, we can expect an even more action packed season as the show picks up where it left off – with¬†Villanelle on the run after being stabbed in the by nemisis/lover, Agent Eve.

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Comer herself said recently: ‘Me and Sandra ‚Äď we’re always expected to have the answer, but we’re still trying to figure it out. There is sexual chemistry and there is also platonic admiration and fascination.’

However, she added that season two will be ‘open to all possibilities,’ and that Eve and Villanelle will ‘meet again’.

When will Killing Eve season 2 air?

Season ¬†two of Killing Eve will launch on BBC America on 7 April at 8pm ET. No UK air date has been released yet – but we do know that the show will be returning to our screens shortly after the US release. BBC Director of Content Charlotte Moore said previously that fans won’t ‘have to wait so long next time’ for the show to make its way from the States to UK screens.

We’ll be patiently waiting.