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Killing Eve Season 4: Updates, With Season 3 completed and done airing, fans can look forward to Season 4 of Killing Eve as it received a renewal order back in January! After some unevenly distributed episodes in Season 3, we’re definitely hoping to see more screen time for Sandra Oh’s Eve. Here’s everything we know about Season 4, starting from the expected release date to cast details to the plot.

Season 4 Release Date

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For now, no concrete release date has been announced. With many productions works in the industry on pause right now due to the current situation of the world, it’s unsure when the crew of Killing Eve will be able to start filming.

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With that being said, the series has a pattern of releasing each new season in the month of April. So there may be chances of it airing in April 2021 or even later.

The Cast Of The Show

All the lead cast members who did not meet their demise in the third season are expected to come back for Season 4. The list includes

Sandra Oh, Jodie Comer, Kim Bodnia, and Fiona Shaw as Eve, Villanelle, Konstantin, and Carolyn respectively.

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Game of Thrones’ actress Gemma Whelan played Carolyn’s daughter Geraldine in Season 3 but she had a rocky relationship with her mother and Carolyn pushed her away. So it’s uncertain whether Whelan will return for Season 4 or not.

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Plot Of The Show

Season 3 ended on a cliff hanger with Carolyn killing her MI6 boss Paul Bradwell who turned out to be a member of The Twelve, a secret organization that hires assassins to kill powerful people across Europe.

We have no information on the possible plot of Season 4 but we do know it will definitely pick up from where it left. Season 4 could also begin with the format of a time skip to say, six months later, something Season 3 did.

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