'Killing Eve' season 2 trailer

Killing Eve- Season 2

Killing Eve- Season 2

After congratulating the couple, Eve walks away before fans are given their first glimpse of Villanelle stumbling out of her hospital bed.

Check out the trailer above and see why these two forces of nature are "Addicted to Love". Expectations are high, as Killing Eve developed a cult following for its twisty story, brilliant performances, and darkly amusing writing. While there isn't an explicit plot set-up here, it does tease more of everything that made the first season so enjoyable - complex characterisation, razor-sharp wit, and Comer sporting killer fashion.

In it, M16 agent Eve (Sandra Oh) and global assassin Villanelle (Jodie Comer) continue to toy with our hearts with their cat-and-mouse chase.

Killing Eve season 2 trailer: Villanelle to KILL Eve?

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The cat and mouse game begins again, as Villanelle gets back to her murderous ways and Eve continues her obsession with the murderer. "She has no control of the situation", said Comer, who added Eve's violence against Villanelle will affect both characters in a way that neither woman is expecting. "Does it make her believe that they have a very special relationship, or will she want revenge?"

"Why are you and Villanelle so interested in each other?" They crossed a line and there's no going back. "We have a lot of energy at the beginning of the [season] and that pushes both of them into a different place of vulnerability". Oh received an Emmy nomination in the Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series category for her role as Eve Polastri, with Phoebe Waller-Bridge nominated for Outstanding Writing for a Drame Series.

The new season is hitting American screens on 7 April, which really isn't far away - but the bad news for United Kingdom viewers is that, with this being a BBC America original, we might be in for a bit of a wait.

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