Killing Eve season 3 – what time are episodes released on BBC iPlayer? – The Sun

IN these tough times of lockdown Britain, the BBC has given fans something to look forward to every week in the form of Killing Eve.

Villanelle and Eve Polastri returned to our screens and we can't wait to see how the series unfolds.

When is Killing Eve season three on?

Killing Eve fans were put out of their misery as the BBC show returned for a third season on Monday, April 13 2020.

The female-led spy drama became available to stream in the UK on the BBC iPlayer from 6am – after airing at 9pm local time in the US on BBC America and AMC the day before.

New episodes will drop every MONDAY on BBC iPlayer at 6am.

The show returned two weeks earlier than planned on April 12, 2020 in the US as viewers continue to spend more time at home due to the global Covid-19 pandemic.

Is there a trailer for Killing Eve season three?

There is, and you can watch it at the top of this article.

In the trailer Jodie Comer creeps out the kids in the trailer for the third series of Killing Eve.

Her character Villanelle, is seen dressed as a clown at a children’s party.

She lets a balloon deflate before scattering young guests with an ear-piercing scream.

The new series, will pick up from the finale of series two, in which MI6 agent Eve Polastri was gunned down by Villanelle.

But if you've already watched the first episode of season three then you will know Eve is well and truly alive.

What happens in season three?

Fans who have already watched the first episode will know Villanelle married a Spanish woman, and their wedding day inevitably descended into chaos.

The episode was shot in January 2020 at a stately home Tyringham Hall in Milton Keynes, Bucks.

A source said: “The wedding is one of the key scenes in the series.

“Last time out, things ended with the tension between Villanelle and Eve at an all-time high, so fans will be hoping that they get together.

“But unfortunately, it seems that Villanelle and her Spanish bride are very loved-up.

“The scenes that Jodie and co have already shot include a big Spanish band and the cutting of a cake, before she spots an enemy among the guests and goes after them.”

Villanelle will also be out for revenge against Konstantin and Carolyn in season 3 after being used and manipulated by them.

Eve's husband Niko is also likely to ask her for a divorce, after Villanelle savagely killed his co-worker.

Who is in the cast of Killing Eve season three?

Jodie Comer as Villanelle

The sassy assassin is back – as it wouldn't be the same without her.

Jodie Comer, 27, was born in Liverpool and landed her first acting job in a BBC Radio 4 play after winning first place at a local drama festival.

The actress is known for playing Chloe Gemell in My Mad Fat Diary and Ivy Moxam in the BBC Three series Thirteen.

In 2020 she's set to star in an adaptation of Death on the Nile alongside Kenneth Branagh.

Comer won the gong for Leading Actress at the TV Baftas.

Sandra Oh as Eve Polastri

Sandra Oh, 48, is a Canadian actress best known for playing Cristina Yang on Grey's Anatomy from 2005 to 2014.

The role won her a Golden Globe Award and two Screen Actors Guild Awards.

She's also starred in a number of feature films including The Princess Diaries (2001), Blindness (2008) and Catfight (2016).

Fiona Shaw as Carolyn Martens

Fiona Shaw, 61, plays MI6 operative Carolyn Martens in Killing Eve, who shows no signs of getting killed off.

The Irish actress is best known for starring as Petunia Dursley in the Harry Potter films.

She also played palm reader Marnie Stonebrook in the vampire series True Blood and has appeared in an array of stage productions.

Sean Delaney as Kenny Stowton

Kenny Stowton returned as Fiona Shaw's character Carolyn's computer wiz son and Eve's sidekick in episode one before he was thrown off a roof and killed off.

Sean Delany, 25, is a RADA graduate who's been treading the boards on the West End with a production of Jez Butterworth's The Ferryman.

He has also appeared on hit detective show Midsomer Murders.

Kim Bodnia as Konstantin

Series favourite Konstantin returned to season two after appearing to have been killed off in season one.

Kim Bodnia has worked on Scandanavian TV shows and films since the late 80s.

The Danish actor is best known for appearing in crime drama series The Bridge.

Owen McDonnell as Niko Polastri

Owen McDonnell is returning as Eve's husband Niko Polastri.

Viewers see him in a treatment facility, recovering after Villanelle's assassination of his colleague Gemma.

The Irish actor is best known for his role as Garda Sergeant Jack Driscoll in RTÉ's Single-Handed.

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