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Killing Eve OTT release date - The award-winning thriller series to re-release on THIS platform

Killing Eve OTT release date - After Prime Video, you can stream your favourite action-thriller once again on this streaming giant

Killing Eve OTT release date - The award-winning thriller series to re-release on THIS platform

Killing Eve

Last Updated: 07.00 PM, Mar 26, 2024


Thriller lovers rejoice! You can watch the critically-acclaimed show Killing Eve once again on Netflix. The streaming giant announced on social media that they will be releasing all the 4 seasons of the show at once. Released in 2018, the action-thriller was one of the most watched series on Amazon Prime Video. Not only that, but it also won several prestigious accolades in 2019, such as the Golden Globe Award, Primetime Emmy Award, British Academy Award, SAG Award, and Critics Choice Award.

When to watch Killing Eve

Killing Eve will be available to stream on Netflix starting April 15. Jodie Comer and Sandra Oh slay in the series with their action sequences. Watching two women fighting off goons with stunning moves, without any hero, is one of the best things about Killing Eve.

Name Killing Eve
Genre Action-thriller
Based on  Codmane Villanelle novel
Cast Jodie Comer, Sandra Oh, Fiona Shaw, Kim Bodnia, Owen McDonelle, Camille Cottin
Release date April 15, 2024
Streaming plaform Netflix

For the unversed, Killing Eve is based on a novel by Luke Jennings. The action-comedy was first aired on BBC America. The story follows a British spy hunting down a ruthless assassin working for a mysterious organisation. The show also starred Fiona Shaw, Darren Boyd, Owen McDonnell, Kirby Howell-Baptiste, and David Haig in pivotal roles.

There were rumours that BBC would make a spin-off of Killing Eve soon. But no confirmation about this has been made since the show wrapped up in 2022. All the 4 seasons, consisting of 32 episodes, will drop on Netflix next month. Unfortunately, Killing Eve will only be released only in the US right now, and not in any other country yet.

Killing Eve's dramatic and shocking ending

Killing Eve ended with a dramatic and shocking turn of events for Villanelle (Jodie Comer). After a violent confrontation aboard the Dixie Queen, where Villanelle exacted revenge on the elusive Twelve, she met her death in the depths of the Thames. However, this tragic end wasn't an originally planned conclusion for the complex and compelling assassin.


While some fans showed immense excitement on social media after Netflix’s announcement, some are disappointment as it is not being released worldwide. Some even expressed serious concern for those who haven't watched the series yet.

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