I heard about Killing Eve via the Twitter-vine and decided it needed a look-see. The whole box set is available on BBC iPlayer which is cool and I watched it over the last three evenings. On BBC America in The States and BBC Three in the UK, the story traverses UK, Russia, and France and has the spies zipping all over to try to catch the assassin. There will be spoilers ahead, so if you haven’t seen it yet you may want to look no further than the trailer below.
Based on the novels by Luke Jennings, a female security operative out of MI5 hunts for an assassin. The two women become obsessed with each other in this cat and mouse thriller.
Starring Sandra Oh (Grey’s Anatomy), Jodie Comer (Doctor Foster), Fiona Shaw (Harry Potter), Kim Bodnia (The Bridge), Sean Delaney (Midsomer Murders), Kirby Howell-Baptiste (Barry), Owen McDonnell (My Mother and Other Strangers), Darren Boyd (Stan Lee’s Lucky Man), David Haig (Penny Dreadful)
Killing Eve Review Conclusion
I probably won’t watch it again – Having never read the books I had no idea what to expect and was pleased by the largely female-led cast. But whilst there were plenty of fun and intense scenes there were a few that felt like adults pretending to be children pretending to be spies. The new clothes for old seemed like a forced imitation of Hannibal Lector helping Will
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