- Killing Eve, starring Sandra Oh and Jodie Comer, has been renewed for season 3.
- The spy thriller is nominated for nine 2019 Primetime Emmy Awards, including "Lead Actress in a Drama Series" and "Outstanding Drama Series."
- Here's exactly how to watch Killing Eve on TV and stream it.
If you're on the hunt for a new show to watch, give Killing Eve a try — we promise, you will not regret it. The critically acclaimed spy drama centers around M16 operative Eve Polastri (Sandra Oh) and assassin Villanelle (Jodie Comer).
The two end up in a thrilling cat-and-mouse game after Eve is assigned to track down Villanelle. In its first season alone, the series racked up a TCA Award for Outstanding New Program and 24 other nominations — including two Golden Globes and two Emmys. For season 2, the thriller earned a whopping nine Emmy nominations, including "Outstanding Drama Series" and "Lead Actress in a Drama Series" (both Sandra and Jodie are nominated for the category).
Ready to see what all the buzz is about? Here's all the info you need to start bingeing on the hit show:
Where to watch Killing Eve on TV:
The serial thriller airs on BBC America (Sundays at 8 p.m. ET), so you need a cable provider that supports access to the network. For example, Spectrum, Fios, and DirectTV all offer BBC America in basic packages, along with the option to livestream episodes on BBCAmerica.com if you use your cable login.
Thankfully, options for watching the show on cable have been growing. Killing Eve is also now on AMC in order to help boost its profile. Just like with BBC America, you'll need to sign in with your cable provider login to access the series. You can also sign up for AMC Premiere if AMC is part of your TV package (you can start a free trial here).
How to Stream Killing Eve:
No cable? No problem. While Killing Eve is currently not on Netflix, the entire series can be watched on Hulu (if you don't have Hulu, you can sign up for a month-long trial for free here). The show is also available on iTunes, Youtube, and Amazon (FYI, just like Hulu, you can sign up for a free month of Amazon Prime).
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