Published: Fri, February 15, 2019
Culture&Arts | By Dora Pope

Killing Eve season 2 trailer: Kitchen knives and a collapsing Villanelle

Killing Eve season 2 trailer: Kitchen knives and a collapsing Villanelle

Second, to the decision to release this teaser on Valentine's Day. Everyone's favorite assassin obsession love story is back with the first trailer for season two.

Killing Eve follows two women, MI5 agent Polastri and psychopathic assassin Villanelle, who quickly become obsessed with each other.

The trailer for the new season addresses the cliffhanger at the end of the first, which saw Villanelle flee her Paris apartment after being stabbed by Eve. There has simply never been a female character the likes of Villanelle on television before. How about the weird and wonderful moment when Villanelle meets her handler, or *that* death on the disco floor? Luckily, Villanelle survives the stabbing, and we see her sporting some cute cartoon pajamas. Meanwhile, Villanelle collapses in a hospital, walks through a neighborhood in cartoon pajamas, informs someone that she is looking for a kitchen knife to stab them with, dresses up in a disturbing porcine outfit, utter, "Sometimes when you love someone, you do insane things", and seemingly watches you-know-who through the peephole in Apt. 201.

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Sandra Oh shared the sentiment, saying, "You see them vulnerable in different ways. We have a lot of energy in the beginning of the series ... it pushes them to a different place of vulnerability".

The new season is hitting American screens on 7 April, which really isn't far away - but the bad news for United Kingdom viewers is that, with this being a BBC America original, we might be in for a bit of a wait. It's one of the many questions of season 2, a season that Killing Eve showrunner Emerald Fennell calls "more intimate and darker." .

Developed by Fleabag's Phoebe Waller-Bridge, the BBC spy drama, which first aired a year ago, stars Jodie Comer as the ruthless globe-hopping assassin Villanelle and Sandra Oh as Eve Polastri, the MI5 officer tasked with hunting her down. Waiting is going to be murder.

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