Killing Eve

  1. Episode 8 God, I’m Tired
    Killing Eve Season-Finale Recap: In Love and War The finale, surprisingly, is the funniest hour since the pilot.
  2. Episode 7 I Don’t Want to Be Free
    Killing Eve Recap: The Girl Who Became Villanelle Eve sets out to learn what made Villanelle into a killer.
  3. Episode 6 Take Me to the Hole!
    Killing Eve Recap: All Roads Lead to Moscow Does Eve really have such a bleeding heart?
  4. Episode 5 I Have a Thing About Bathrooms
    Killing Eve Recap: Dinner Date Jodie Comer’s wicked smiles have become one of my favorite things about Killing Eve.
  5. Episode 4 Sorry Baby
    Killing Eve Recap: The Mole Hunt Uh-oh, Villanelle knows where Eve lives now.
  6. Episode 3 Don’t I Know You?
  7. Episode 2 I’ll Deal With Him Later
    Killing Eve Recap: Workaholics Eve and Villanelle are caught in surprisingly similar places.
  8. Episode 1 Nice Face
    Killing Eve Series-Premiere Recap: Cat Meets Mouse Phoebe Waller-Bridge’s spy thriller is off to a fun, creepy, and compelling start.
  1. Episode 8 You’re Mine
    Killing Eve Season Finale Recap: This is What You Wanted Maybe Villanelle was right after all, and Eve is more like her than she thought.
  2. Episode 7 Wide Awake
    Killing Eve Recap: You Don’t Want to Touch Them? Deep down, Eve knows that there’s an explosion at the end of the path she’s walking, even if she can’t stop herself from following it.
  3. Episode 6 I Hope You Like Missionary!
    Killing Eve Recap: Does it Excite You? Make no mistake: This is about the intersection of lies and intimacy and power, and how it has both everything and nothing to do with sex.
  4. Episode 5 Smell Ya Later
    Killing Eve Recap: A Bit More Fun All of the most intimate and important parts of Eve’s life now revolve squarely around Villanelle, which leaves little room for Niko. Poor Niko.
  5. Episode 4 Desperate Times
    Killing Eve Recap: Ghosted Eve and Villanelle’s respective attempts to move on only highlight how much each has emotionally invested in the other.
  6. Episode 3 The Hungry Caterpillar
    Killing Eve Recap: She’ll Love You to Death Despite a number of interventions, Eve remains hell-bent on finding Villanelle, and unconcerned with who or what she has to bulldoze to get there.
  7. Episode 2 Nice and Neat
    Killing Eve Recap: This Is What You Get As Villanelle convalesces in a creepy dollhouse slash Misery sickbed, we see her afraid for the first time, and it’s difficult to watch.
  8. Episode 1 Do You Know How to Dispose of a Body?
    Killing Eve Season Premiere Recap: What You Feel Like When You Kill Someone Eve has crossed a line that cannot be uncrossed, one that has brought her closer to Villanelle not only literally but in her very identity.

The Latest Killing Eve News

  1. love
    Killing Eve Will Be Back to Murder You in April Happy Valentine’s Day.
  2. season renewals
    Killing Eve Renewed for Season 4 Before Season 3 Even Begins When you know, you know!
  3. the industry
    The Making of an Emmy Underdog Success Story Though big shows on big networks continue to dominate, bottom-up Emmy campaigns increasingly have a chance of working.
  4. murder me queen
    Like Most Killing Eve Viewers, Phoebe Waller-Bridge Wants Villanelle to Kill Her Don’t we all?
  5. close reads
    The Decadent, Visceral Pleasures of Killing Eve The second season culminates in a boldly queer retelling of the Bluebeard myth.
  6. chat room
    Fiona Shaw on Killing Eve, Fleabag, and How Phoebe Waller-Bridge ‘Enchanted’ Her “If I respond with my wayward rhythms to her rhythm, it’s like playing jazz.”
  7. chat room
    Killing Eve’s Owen McDonnell on Finally Facing Off Against Villanelle And why, sans moustache, nobody ever recognizes him.
  8. fan clubs
    Like Us, Taylor Swift Is Also Obsessed With Phoebe Waller-Bridge “Oh God, it’s so intoxicating.”
  9. tv
    Toast to the Peabody Wins for Killing Eve, Nanette, and More And one for Steven Universe.
  10. party report
    Jodie Comer Loves Being Your Queer, Murder-y Girlfriend “The fact that she’s unapologetically herself and free with her sexuality — her sexuality was something I never questioned and always celebrated.”