Here’s where you can watch Killing Eve season 3

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Killing Eve is back with season 3 picking up after last year’s shock cliff-hanger ending. Here’s where you can watch it.

Villanelle (Jodie Comer) and Eve (Sandra Oh) are back for another game of queerbait-y cat and mouse.

Killing Eve season 3 picks up six months after last year’s tense finale, which saw Villanelle shooting Eve and leaving her for dead in Rome.

It will come as absolutely no surprise to learn that our plucky, ever-so-slightly corrupt MI-5 operative survives the ordeal, with the first episode finding her back in Britain, trying out a new career.

Villanelle, meanwhile, remains at large, albeit grappling with a demon from her past. That is, until a shocking death brings the pair together once more.

Early reviews of the season have so far been divided, with some calling it “hilarious, gripping, and extra as ever”, and others “stale and predictable”.

Fortunately, fans won’t have to wait much longer to decide for themselves.

When is Killing Eve season 3 coming out?

The murderous drama is one of the few programmes not to have been blighted by coronavirus.

If anything, fans of the show have benefited from the industry-wide shutdown, as it means the season three premiere has been dumped up by two weeks from its original date of April 26.

Killing Eve season 3 instead kicked off on BBC America on Sunday (April 12).

When is it released on BBC iPlayer?

For the show’s first two runs, the BBC has chosen to wait until the end of the season to drop all episodes on iPlayer as a box set, leaving British fans frustrated and dodging spoilers for weeks on end.

Fortunately the broadcaster seems to have come to its senses this year, and is releasing new episodes of Killing Eve the day after their US premiere. The first episode is available to watch on iPlayer now.

The series is also being given a primetime BBC One slot (albeit on a week’s delay), with new episodes airing on Sundays at 9pm from April 19.