Killing Eve CONFIRMS premiere date for season 4 and drops FIRST LOOK images ahead of final series 1

Killing Eve CONFIRMS premiere date for season 4 and drops FIRST LOOK images ahead of final series

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Killing Eve have confirmed the fourth and final season of the hit series will premiere on February 27 2022.

The official Instagram account for the BBC and BBC America show, starring Jodie Comer and Sandra Oh, dropped a sizzling teaser on Thursday, giving fans the slightest taste of what’s to come.

But further details of the upcoming series was teased via Entertainment Weekly as they shared first look images of the final outing for killer Villanelle and detective Eve Polastri.

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Coming soon: Killing Eve have confirmed the fourth and final season of the hit series will premiere on February 27 2022

Coming soon: Killing Eve have confirmed the fourth and final season of the hit series will premiere on February 27 2022

New snaps show killer Villanelle, played by Jodie, 28, in red robes after she turns to God in an attempt to shed her monster image.

While Eve, portrayed by Sandra, 50, goes undercover in a blonde wig and sunglasses as she seeks vengeance after being thwarted once again by her nemesis.

Another snap sees Russian assassin Villanelle standing in front of pink angel wings in an angelic white dress and a gold crucifix at a church as she tries to prove she’s not the person she was. 

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Further pictures show a distressed-looking Eve staring into a fish tank, while Carolyn (Fiona Shaw) sits by a swimming pool.  

Season 4: Further details of the upcoming series was teased via Entertainment Weekly as they shared first look images of the final outing for killer Villanelle and detective Eve Polastri

Season 4: Further details of the upcoming series was teased via Entertainment Weekly as they shared first look images of the final outing for killer Villanelle and detective Eve Polastri

Meanwhile, a short teaser clip sees the villain’s iconic pink dress go up in flames, while someone in the creepy pig mask she donned in season two watches on. 

While postcards of various locations including London and Bulgaria are also on fire, in a nod to the settings of past series.

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Finally, a motorcycle helmet worn by Villanelle also goes up in smoke, in a chilling indication that the spy thriller is coming to a close.

Set to the haunting sounds of Killer Shangri-lah playing in the background, the teaser ends with the confirmation that the final series will hit screens on February 27.  

Exciting: The official Instagram account for the BBC and BBC America show, starring Jodie Comer and Sandra Oh, dropped a sizzling teaser on Thursday, giving fans the slightest taste of what's to come

Exciting: The official Instagram account for the BBC and BBC America show, starring Jodie Comer and Sandra Oh, dropped a sizzling teaser on Thursday, giving fans the slightest taste of what’s to come

Holier than thou: Another snap sees Russian assassin Villanelle standing in front of pink angel wings in an angelic white dress and a gold crucifix at a church as she tries to prove she's not the person she was

Holier than thou: Another snap sees Russian assassin Villanelle standing in front of pink angel wings in an angelic white dress and a gold crucifix at a church as she tries to prove she’s not the person she was

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First look: Further pictures show a distressed-looking Eve staring into a fish tank

New images: While Carolyn (Fiona Shaw) sits by a swimming pool

First look: Further pictures show a distressed-looking Eve staring into a fish tank, while Carolyn (Fiona Shaw) sits by a swimming pool

She's back: Helene played by Camille Cottin will also be back

She’s back: Helene played by Camille Cottin will also be back

Last month, Jodie Comer, 28, and Sandra Oh, 50, were seen filming dramatic scenes on board a boat on the Thames for the last episode of the fourth and final season of Killing Eve. 

A TV insider told The Sun of the scene: ‘In the spirit of the show, it’s not clear who, if anyone, has been bumped off. And it looks like the story could have been left open for another future season.

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But what is obvious is the fact the creators have pulled out all the stops to make this a spectacular finale. The action certainly seemed to hook the attention of passers-by, including Londoners and tourists who couldn’t quite believe what they were seeing.

‘And there was a moment of real high tension as the sound of gunshots echoed around the banks of the River Thames.’

Explosive: Meanwhile, a short teaser clip sees the villain's iconic pink dress go up in flames, while someone in the creepy pig mask she donned in season two watches on

A look back: The clip shows iconic memorabilia from the past three seasons

Explosive: Meanwhile, a short teaser clip sees the villain’s iconic pink dress go up in flames, while someone in the creepy pig mask she donned in season two watches on

Final series: While postcards of various locations including London and Bulgaria are also on fire, in a nod to the settings of past series

Final series: While postcards of various locations including London and Bulgaria are also on fire, in a nod to the settings of past series

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Last month Jodie revealed that filming the last scenes for Killing Eve would be ’emotional’ as the hit series comes to an end. 

Speaking on This Morning, she told hosts Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield how she was about to shoot the last two episodes of the fourth and final season.

Jodie said that she hopes the show will end on a ‘good and satisfying’ note for viewers while not completely ruling out doing a film based on the series.   

She said: ‘It’s very surreal, we are just about to start filming the last 2 episodes. We want to end on a good note and on a satisfying note for the audience. It’s been a huge part of all our lives. 

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Almost over: Last month Jodie revealed that filming the last scenes for Killing Eve would be 'emotional' as the hit series comes to an end

Almost over: Last month Jodie revealed that filming the last scenes for Killing Eve would be ’emotional’ as the hit series comes to an end

‘I feel emotional even thinking about it. I want to take a clapper board with me when we wrap up!’ 

‘It will be great to end in a way as if you go on and on with a series the quality can fade, but it will be hard to not see those people every day.’

When asked about a potential Killing Eve film she added: ‘I don’t think it’s been spoken about but I don’t know what the future holds!’

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It was revealed in March that Killing Eve’s much-anticipated fourth season will air on television next year.

It was confirmed by the show on Twitter that the much-loved spy thriller will draw to a conclusion with its fourth instalment in 2022.

The last hurrah: It was confirmed by the show on Twitter that the much-loved spy thriller will draw to a conclusion with its fourth instalment in 2022

The last hurrah: It was confirmed by the show on Twitter that the much-loved spy thriller will draw to a conclusion with its fourth instalment in 2022 

It comes after the season three finale drove viewers wild when Villanelle and Eve stood back-to-back on London Bridge and agreed to walk away and ‘never look back’.

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However, in the final moments of the episode both Villanelle and Eve turned back around to look at each other – suggesting the two characters might end up together.

The promise of a future relationship delighted fans, who begged for the next series to start with the two characters together.

The episode also tied up loose ends of the series, including revealing Konstantin as Kenny’s apparent killer.

Emotional: Killing Eve series three left viewers 'in tears' following the emotional finale that saw Eve (Sandra Oh) and Villanelle (Jodie Comer) decide to 'walk away' from each other

Emotional: Killing Eve series three left viewers ‘in tears’ following the emotional finale that saw Eve (Sandra Oh) and Villanelle (Jodie Comer) decide to ‘walk away’ from each other 

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Drama: The 'will-they-won't-they' storyline that dominated the plot appeared to come to an end when Villanelle and Eve stood back-to-back on London Bridge and agreed to walk away and 'never look back'

Drama: The ‘will-they-won’t-they’ storyline that dominated the plot appeared to come to an end when Villanelle and Eve stood back-to-back on London Bridge and agreed to walk away and ‘never look back’ 


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