Killing Eve

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Drama, Thriller
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Production fourth season Killing Eve delayed

Production on the fourth season of Killing Eve has been delayed, due to the coronavirus. It is not yet known when it is set to continue.

Production on the fourth season of Killing Eve has been delayed. It was planned to occur at various locations in Europe, but this couldn't continue. The coronavirus is the cause. A new date on which production can continue has not yet been set.

Supposedly, it could take till August before production is set to continue, but the company who'd support this production process has decided to cancel it altogether. The fourth season was announced earlier this year and is expected to release in 2021. This delay will probably result in a different release date, but it is not yet known how it'll be affected.

Killing Eve was created by Phoebe Waller-Bridge (Fleabag) and is based on the books of Luke Jennings. The series revolves around the psychopathic serial killer Villanelle (Jodie Comer, Doctor Foster) and Eve (Sandra Oh, American Crime), the woman who is tasked with following Villanelle.
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