BBC series Killing Eve returned with a bang on Saturday night as viewers watched Jodie Comer return as villainelle who has found a new obsession with religion
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Dark comedy-drama Killing Eve is finally back for a fourth and final season.
Fans of the suspenseful BBC series have been waiting for months for the new episode in which Jodie Comer returns as Villainelle.
Killing Eve fans tuned in Saturday night to see what’s changed in the killer’s life since she last appeared on screen in season three – and they weren’t disappointed with what they saw.
Eve, played by Sandra Oh, is now on a revenge mission against the Twelve while assassin Villanelle has found the religion.
Villanelle, gloriously angelic in her quest for salvation, struggles with the idea of God as viewers watched as she entered the world of religion – but fans couldn’t help but feel that it was all a bit was unbelievable when they predicted a “big twist” on Coming.
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Fans took to Twitter to share their reaction to the first episode of the exciting new series.
“This is definitely the first time Villainelle has ever set foot inside a church. Something strange is going on here,” one tweeted.
“I smell a big twist in this series,” wrote another.
“OMG it’s back!!!! But why is Villainelle a good pair of shoes now? It won’t last,” complained another.
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Meanwhile, a fourth wrote: “Ugh something bad is coming.”
The final moments of the third season of the BBC drama put viewers in riveting suspense as Villanelle and Eve stood poised on Tower Bridge with the possibility that one would shove the other over the edge and into the air.
In the end, the two turned their backs on each other and slowly walked away, but not without one last look back, leaving Killing Eve fans wondering what the two women were up to next.
Speaking on This Morning last year, Jodie Comer told co-hosts Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield that she is in the process of filming the final two episodes of the season.
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Jodie said she hoped the show would offer fans a “good and satisfying” ending — but wouldn’t fully define a future movie based on the series.
She said: “It’s very surreal, we’re just starting to film the last two episodes. We want to end on a good note and on a satisfying note for the audience. It was a big part of all of our lives.
“I feel emotional just thinking about it. I want to grab a flap when we’re done!
“It’s going to be great to end up like you’re going on with a series forever, the quality can fade, but it’s going to be hard not to see these people every day.”
Killing Eve is broadcast on BBC One.
https://www.mirror.co.uk/tv/tv-news/killing-eve-fans-go-wild-26396554 Killing Eve fans are going wild as Jodie Comer returns in a thrilling 'big twist' episode