Killing Eve Season 3 Plot, Release Date, Cast and [SPOILER ALERT] New Writer.


One of the outrun and striking shows, Killing Eve is fully ready to give chills go down in one’s spine. Always in top news, Killing Eve has bagged two Golden Globe nominations this year. 

So, the followers of this masterpiece are desperately looking forward to season three. This season is coming in April. So, here we have some insights into the upcoming season.


A lot of new faces to join

There is a large number of new faces joining the cast this season. Harriet Walter (Succession, The Crown), Danny Sapani (Star Wars, Penny Dreadful), Gemma Whelan (Game of Thrones), Pedja Bjelac (Harry Potter), Camille Cottin (Allied), Steve Pemberton (Inside No. 9), Raj Bajaj (Doctor Who), Turlough Convery (Ready Player One), and Evgenia Dodina (Invisible) have been confirmed to be the part of upcoming season.

Who is the new female writer?

Killing Eve always brings a new female writer with a new season. Continuing the tradition there is no difference. 

After seeing the fabulous and successful writing of Phoebe Waller-Bridge in season one and Emerald Fennell’s in season two here is a new name, Susanne Heathcote. She will restrain the next season.

Oh, would be back in season 3 or not?

There is good luck for the lovers of Oh that she will be there in the next season too. In an interview Oh has revealed some of the insights of the show. 

When asked about all that high tension assassination drama, Oh said, ‘So, obviously I didn’t die,”. She also gave a hint on next season and said that “coming back after that, emotionally.” Oh, also mentioned that the crew was “shooting [another storyline] elsewhere.”

The suspense of Killing Eve is still there. Focusing on the synopsis of the show, it reveals that “the two women with brutal pasts, addicted to each other but now trying desperately to live their lives without their drug of choice.” 

According to the predictions, the upcoming season will be bombarded with new faces and suspense. Hope it doesn’t disappoint us.