Season 2 of Killing Eve releases its first intense trailer

Season 2 of Killing Eve releases its first intense trailer

Season 2 of Killing Eve releases its first intense trailer

The first trailer for the much-anticipated second season of Killing Eve has been unveiled and features psychosexual drama, black comedy and at least one ominous shot of a kitchen knife.

After congratulating the couple, Eve walks away before fans are given their first glimpse of Villanelle stumbling out of her hospital bed. Season 1 ended with MI6 operative Eve (Oh) burying a knife in the tummy of global assassin Villanelle (Comer) and then having second thoughts, and the action will resume in the aftermath of Villanelle's wounded escape.

First up, props to whoever picked "Addicted To Love" as the trailer's accompanying song.


During the Killing Eve panel at this year's Television Critics Association press conference, the cast and Fennell gave us a few hints about the new season (which we were able to see the first two episode of), as well as explaining the ongoing dynamic between Eve and Villanelle. In terms of dinner etiquette, that moment paled in comparison to the dinner scene between Eve and her obsession. Thirdly, did you see Villanelle's snazzy PJs? In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, Comer discussed Villanelle's arc in the upcoming season, saying, "What struck me is what the stabbing does to Villanelle's psyche-what this says about her and Eve".

"You see them vulnerable in slightly different ways because they've crossed a line and there's kind of no going back", added Oh. Executive producer and head writer Emerald Fennell told the outlet: "Eve has done something, which may have changed her forever, that will have repercussions with every relationship in her life". Oh received an Emmy nomination in the Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series category for her role as Eve Polastri, with Phoebe Waller-Bridge nominated for Outstanding Writing for a Drame Series.

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