Killing Eve
It's been a rough year for BBC America, which lost "Killing Eve" and "Doctor Who." Come to think of it, 2022 has been a tough one for AMC Networks overall.
The Best Actress in a Drama Series Emmy race seems to be firmly between the "Euphoria," "Yellowjackets," and "Ozark" leads.
The role of Eve would eventually go to Sandra Oh, who would go on to win a Golden Globe for playing the character in 2019.
"I was like, ‘You should kill my character.’ I thought that would be the strongest and the most interesting [ending]."
"It’s an extraordinary privilege to see your characters brought to life so compellingly," novelist Luke Jennings wrote, "but the final series ending took me aback."
Sandra Oh and Jodie Comer's romantic thriller has seen diminishing returns, but it still deserved a better goodbye than Season 4's finish.
The home to AMC+ and other niche streaming services could be an attractive target in the acquisitions frenzy.
Sandra Oh and Jodie Comer's combustible chemistry is further diluted by a final season filled with extraneous characters, trivial pursuits, and muted growth.
Eve (Sandra Oh) and Villanelle (Jodie Comer) still can't get enough of each other in the gruesome trailer for "Killing Eve"'s fourth and final season.
A powerhouse of layered stealth in two new films, Shaw talks her new horror movie, and gets candid on the subject of who gets to play gay characters.
With 14 BAFTA nominations, the "Chernobyl" miniseries ties "Killing Eve" as the most nominated program in the ceremony's history.
In trying to pay homage to the past, "Killing Eve" refuses to commit to its future — or anything at all.
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