Killing Eve Season 2 Trailer: Your Favorite Obsession Returns!

Brenda Watkins
February 15, 2019

The video gives us a glimpse of what happens to Eve and Villanelle right after the show's season one finale before offering even more footage from the new episodes.

In it, M16 agent Eve (Sandra Oh) and worldwide assassin Villanelle (Jodie Comer) continue to toy with our hearts with their cat-and-mouse chase. America's first trailer for the upcoming season shows Villanelle struggling to escape with her life, in some really bad fashion (which, for her, is basically akin to death).

America has revealed a new trailer for the upcoming second season of Killing Eve. It has attracted a large LGBT+ fanbase. Season 2 will dive into the ramifications of Eve stabbing Villanelle in the Season 1 finale.

Dressed in a gown and with a lollipop in her mouth, the assassin falls to the ground but is seen menacingly walking in children's pyjamas before she is heard saying: "When you love someone, you do insane things". At present, no premiere date has been announced for Irish audiences but we fully expect the BBC and RTÉ to be showing it.

"I think I might of killed her", Eve continues, confessing to her crime in front of a couple who are in the midst of a proposal, with their attention turned to the MI5 agent's phone call. Producers have yet to confirm a date for the United Kingdom launch.

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First up, props to whoever picked "Addicted To Love" as the trailer's accompanying song. The show was also nominated for two Emmys.

However, The Hollywood Reporter revealed in July that Waller-Bridge had delegated some of the work for the second installation by hiring head writer Emerald Fennell to take over some of the scripting duties as she juggles multiple projects.

If you haven't yet binged the first season of Killing Eve - the BBC's Phoebe Waller-Bridge-scripted cat-and-mouse thriller that confounds expectation at every turn - then what are you doing?

It was widely praised by news outlets, including the Guardian, which declared it the best TV show of 2018.

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