Killing Eve’s ‘spin-off’ could focus on unlikely character as bosses consider prequel

Killing Eve probably won’t end as rumors suggest bosses want to work on a spin-off of the BBC hit show that could revolve around Carolyn Martens

As the curtain closed on Killing Eve, speculation that the show’s bosses were looking to create a spin-off show arose.

The show’s creators are considering a prequel that tells the first life of Carolyn Martens played by Fiona Shaw.

A source told Sun : “In many ways, Carolyn has a bit of a curvy pick for the prequel, but in other ways she’s an obvious choice.

“The creators could have gone for Villanelle or Eve, but Carolyn offers a different take on things.

Sources have said that Killing Eve bosses have plans for a spin-off show


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“The bosses feel that Killing Eve must come to an end but its spirit will live on in a new form, and this is the project they are focusing their efforts on at the moment.”

The TV insider says the spin-off is in the “early stages of development” and is likely to take years to take off.

This week’s co-writer Laura Neal told Radio Times: “I think it’s the end of Killing Eve as we know it, but I won’t be able to say if it’s the end of the Killing Eve world or not. are not. I want to see something else. “

Next show will focus on Fiona Shaw’s character Carolyn


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Fiona, 53, who plays Petunia Dursley in Harry Potter has yet to turn down the chance to take the lead in the shoot.

Acknowledging the rumors, she said: “Yes, I hear them all the time, and people tell me about them.”

“Right now, I’m busy with other things,” she admitted, “and I have a few other things coming up.”

Villanelle played by Jodie Comer


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“Maybe if it lasts, I’ll definitely think about it because I like her and I miss her so much.”

The fourth season finale of Killing Eve will air this Sunday.

Lead screenwriter Laura Neal told Metro: “I hope the fans get really excited about the ending. It’s Killing Eve so there’s going to be blood, but I hope the fans see it glorious and triumphant.



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“That’s the feeling we want people to go through when we talk about the final episode.”

After being asked about Villanelle (Jodie Comer) and Eve Polastri (Sandra Oh)’s relationship, she added, “I think there’s going to be a work-out and I think there’s going to be a sense of accomplishment.”

She said that while the writers “couldn’t please everyone”, she said she was “delighted” with the ending of the hit series.

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