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When a top international assassin murders an influential politician, she comes up against an equally relentless MI5 intelligence analyst who is determined to bring her to justice.
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TV Ratings: 'Killing Eve' Season 3 Scores Decent Debut

“Killing Eve” kicked off season 3 in typically deadly fashion, with a suitably tragic character death. Ratings-wise, the episode was watched by 1.1 million total viewers across both AMC and BBC America, which is down only a fraction on the season 2 premiere’s tally of 1.2 million, still the series high to date. However, that figure is still 4% higher than the season 2 Live+Same Day total viewership average. In terms of the demographic breakdown, the prem... more Comments

'Killing Eve' Season 3 Premiere Draws 1.1 Million Total Viewers Across BBC America & AMC

The third season of Killing Eve, starring Sandra Oh and Jodie Comer, got off to a solid start, averaging 1.1 million viewers across BBC America and AMC in its Sunday premiere, 424,000 of them in the adults 25-54 demographic, 330,000 adults 18-49. That was down -9% in viewers from the season two premiere on April 7, 2019, down -4% in 25... more Comments

'Killing Eve': AMC Networks Moves Up Third Season Premiere By Two Weeks

Fans of Killing Eve, the Sandra Oh and Jodie Comer-fronted psychopath drama, are in for an early thrill after AMC Networks moved the show’s third season premiere forward by two weeks. AMC Networks Entertainment Group will now launch the Phoebe Waller-Bridge-created drama on Sunday April 12 as opposed to its previous premiere of April 26. The eight-part series will be simulcast on BBC America and AMC. “We know how adored this series is and we know... more Comments

BBC America Is No Longer Clowning Around As It Sets 'Killing Eve' Season 3 Premiere Date

The maddening wait is almost over: “Killing Eve” finally has a return date, and it puts the drama in the thick of Emmy qualification season. BBC America’s critically-acclaimed spy-versus-spy drama — and let’s face it, sexy cat and mouse chase — “Killing Eve” returns for its third season on Sunday, April 26 at 10 p.m. ET. Entertainment Weekly spoke with “Killing Eve” executive producer Sally Woodward Gentle (“The Durrells in ... more Comments

'Killing Eve' Renewed for Season 4, No Showrunner Set

‘Killing Eve,’ starring Sandra Oh and Jodie Comer, has been picked up for Season 4 by BBC America ahead of its Season 3 premiere. “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,” said AMC Networks Entertainment Group and AMC Studios president Sarah Barnett. “The reason for this series’... more Comments

'Killing Eve': BBC America Renews Assassin Drama For Season 4

Killing Eve has been renewed by BBC America for a fourth season — months before Season 3 has dropped. The acclaimed drama, made by British producer Sid Gentle Films, will run into 2021, with Sandra Oh’s Eve Polastri and Jodie Comer’s Villanelle continuing to play their deadly game of cat and mouse. No showrunner for Season 4 has been set. “How could we not have massive confidence in Killing Eve?” said Sarah Barnett, presiden... more Comments

AMC's Sarah Barnett Nurtures Cutting-Edge Series Ideas to Counter Streaming Giants

Jason Segel’s new AMC anthology “Dispatches From Elsewhere” is having its first audience screening at NeueHouse Hollywood, the newest of the exclusive-ish members-only workspace clubs with which Los Angeles is being overrun. The mid-December crowd is intimate, mostly friends of Segel.  Since the end of “How I Met Your Mother,” on which he starred for nine years, the actor has received consistently good reviews for a handful of... more Comments

From 'Killing Eve' to 'Succession,' Golden Globes TV Nominees are Full of 'Second Season Smashes'

Of the 10 comedy and drama series nominated for the Golden Globes, only one in each category is a true newcomer: Freshman drama “The Morning Show” from Apple TV Plus scored a nom, as did first-season comedy “The Politician” from Netflix. Instead, it was all about the “second-season smashes,” as veteran awards consultant Richard Licata of Licata & Co says. Those shows, after all, “have been in the Golden Globe wheelhouse for a while.” With such... more Comments

BBC iPlayer Streams Ahead With Nearly 3.6Bn Views In "Record-Breaking" Year

The BBC’s director of content Charlotte Moore has hailed a “record-breaking” year for iPlayer after the British broadcaster’s streaming service was boosted by shows including RuPaul’s Drag Race and Peaky Blinders. At the BBC’s Christmas drinks on Tuesday night, Moore revealed that iPlayer has clocked up 3.55B program requests in the ten mon... more Comments

From 'Sorry For Your Loss' to 'Russian Doll,' Television Paints a Complex Picture of Female Mental Health

In a fictional world rife with female serial killers, women in mourning and ladies whose mindsets don’t always make them the most likeable or even cheerful leads, mental health and the role it plays in a woman’s world may finally be getting its due. As a record number of television outlets compete for attention among myriad awards entries every year, deeper and darker explorations of female characters and their psyches are becoming more common in storytelling as viewers look toward cathartic venues of entertainment that aren’t as ... more Comments