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About this title

Storyline

Eve's life as a spy is not adding up to what she had hoped it would be when she started. She is a bored, very smart, MI5 security officer who is very desk-bound. Villanelle is a very talented killer, mercurial in mood, who clings to the luxuries of her job. Eve and Villanelle go head to head in a fierce game of cat and mouse, each woman equally obsessed with the other as Eve is tasked with hunting down the psychopathic assassin. Sarah Barnett, BBCA president, says, " `Killing Eve' stands out in a sea of scripted stories as refreshingly entertaining and great fun."

Country: United States

Type: scripted

Status: Current

Language: English

Release Date: April 8, 2018

Also Known As: Obsesja Eve, Vražedkyňa posadnutá Evou |  See more »

Parents Guide: Australia (MA15+), Brazil (18) |  See more »

Genres

Plot Keywords

london, england
based on novel or book
psychopath
obsession

Company Credits

Production Co: Sid Gentle Films, Endeavor Content |  See more »

Cast

Lobo Chan
as Jin Yeong
Geff Francis
as John
Patrick Loh
as Tourist
Thomas Jeand'Heure
as TCA Officer
Claire Vousden
as Supermarket Woman
Roeland Fernhout
as Markus
Arian Nik
as Jay
Richard Pryal
as Peel Lawyer
Karina Fernandez
as Sharon
Huw Parmenter
as Senior
Dimeji Ewuoso
as Femi
Kateryna Globa
as Waitress
Ruth Horrocks
as Headshot - MI6 Unit Crime Board
Charlie Hamblett
as Sebastian
Charlyne Francis
as Reception Nurse
Sanjev Parma
as Bridge Player
Rob Day
as John Wallace
Jack Chissick
as Bruce Fletcher
Ion Grosu
as Irina's Mum's Boyfriend
Ayoola Smart
as Audrey
Tom Cotcher
as Taxi Driver
Aranka Geene
as Passerby
Caroline Crier
as Madame Dubois
Lana Ish-Muhametova
as Russian Village Cafe Goer/Tube Passerby
Adrian Scarborough
as Raymond
Louise Laag
as Club Goer
Don Gallagher
as Parfumier
Kate Bracken
as Dr Greer Barrie
Nadia Mayer
as Cesare Greco's Wife
Anthony Maynard
as Restaurant Diner
Susie Trayling
as Pamela
Emma Josten
as Sex Worker #1
Danny Sapani
as Jamie
Stephanie Pezolano
as French Lady Exiting Toilets
Ania Marson
as Ethel Rubynovitch
Chelsea Mather
as Goth Girl
Ralph Maystone
as 1974 Young Man
Raj Awasti
as Bridge Player/Supermarket Husband
Ethan Kai
as Tony
Shaun Hume
as Passerby
Gintare Beinoraviciute
as Passerby
Simon Thorp
as Greg Richardson
Ventsislav Yankov
as 1974 Coach
David Haig
as Bill Pargrave
Viorica Bantas
as School Receptionist
Ken Nwosu
as Max Sanford
Jefferson King
as Detective Neil
Temirlan Blaev
as Bor'ka
Carmen Montero
as Spanish Bride
Carlos Mendoza
as Wedding Guest #1
Jan Carey
as Veronica Hill
Austin Hardiman
as Tommy
Giulia Patrignani
as Girl in Ice Cream Parlor
David Claudio
as Wedding Guest #2
Mohamed Badissy
as Taxi Driver
Laurentiu Possa
as Vladimir Betkin
Edyta Budnik
as Kasia Molkovska
Maria Alexandrova
as Prison Guard
Tomi May
as Danny
Haruka Kuroda
as Keiko Pargrave
Topher Collins
as Police Officer
Oleg Mirochnikov
as Detention Centre Psychiatrist
Namju Go
as Restaurant Owner
Michael Hanratty
as Supermarket Cashier
Bern Collaço
as Bridge Passerby
Harriet Walter
as Dasha
Andrea Tivadar
as Young Woman
Oliver Cotton
as Maciek
David Bertrand
as Jerome
Darren Boyd
as Frank Haleton
Azaan Symes
as Kebab Shop Man
Guna Gultniece
as Prisoner
Susan Lynch
as Anna
Alexandra Roach
as Rhian
Tamara Sharpe
as Pub Customer
Tina Simmons
as City Worker
Nina Sosanya
as Jess
Carolina Valdés
as Spanish Store Owner
Predrag Bjelac
as Grigoriy
Evgenia Dodina
as Tatiana
Paolo D Bovani
as Leoluca
Hiftu Quasem
as Hotel Receptionist
Loreta Neculai
as Cups Stall Woman
Kishore Bhatt
as MI6 Agent
Coline Atterbury
as Berlin Shop Assistant
Henry Lloyd-Hughes
as Aaron Peel
Emanuele Romano
as Palazzo Guard
Stefan Iancu
as Felix
Sam Douglas
as American Golfer
Ty Hurley
as French Dinner Guest
Sean Delaney
as Kenny Stowton/Kenny
Shannon Tarbet
as Amber Peel
Billy Matthews
as Dominik Wolanski
Sabrina Open
as Local Girl
Calin Bleau
as Politician
Andrei Zayats
as Concierge
Aaron Vodovoz
as Prison Guard 3
Wendy Vrijenhoek
as Woman in Cafe
Daan Aufenacker
as Security Guard (Rijksmuseum)
Yakim Nedelchev
as Filip Petrova
Zoë Pastelle Holthuizen
as Dutch Hipster
Adeel Akhtar
as Martin
Tom Scurr
as Journalist
Alyson Larholm
as Prisoner
Elena Mazzon
as Hotel Receptionist
Steve Pemberton
as Paul
Aurélie Meriel
as Carla De Mann
Turlough Convery
as Bear
Stefanie Mueller
as Nicole Moreaux
Irina Antonie
as Bartender
Cristina Casian
as Yula's Friend #2
Lina Garvardt
as Prison Guard 4
Nickolas Grace
as Larry
Chan Woo Lim
as Kitchen Worker #2
Paolo Roca Rey
as Ice Cream Vendor
Jung Sun den Hollander
as The Ghost/Jin
Rob Feldman
as Pyotr
Doortje Kleinrensink
as Sex Worker #2
Eunice Roberts
as Linda
Julian Michael Deuster
as Man in Hot Medica Reception
Olivia Ross
as Nadia
Irina Kara
as Head Guard
Raj Bajaj
as Mo Jafari
Ana Maria Bercu
as Air Hostess
Lia Sinchevici
as Yula's Friend #1
Catalina Cazacu
as 1974 Young Dasha
Yuli Lagodinsky
as Irina
Gemma Whelan
as Geraldine
Ben Parsons
as Passer By
Jo Wheatley
as Prisoner
Amy Savage
as Club goer
Alexander Hanson
as Henrik
Anatole Taubman
as Weber
Melanie Beckley
as Rehab Receptionist
Atilla Akinci
as Hotel Receptionist
Sanj Surati
as Passer-by
Jodie Comer
as Villanelle
Sonia Elliman
as Madame Tattevin
Natallia Bulynia
as Yula
Vincent Ebrahim
as Mike
Tiffany Ceri
as Bus Commuter
David Cann
as Len
Anita Poddebniak
as Milena
Barbara Sotelsek
as Hot Medica Receptionist
Andrew Novell
as Bad Breath Alan
Kirby Howell-Baptiste
as Elena Felton
Charlotte Gosling
as Toy Shop Assistant
Laura Karklina
as Young Woman 2
Renars Latkovskis
as Gregor
Neil Ford
as Man in Café
Tiago Martins
as Commuter
Luke de Woolfson
as British Dad
Jonathan Huisman
as Drug Dealer
Patrick Doran
as Commuter
Nigel Betts
as Quartermaster
Simon Chin
as Zhang Wu
Dimitrij Schaad
as Fyodor
Ancuta Breaban
as Publicist
Katya Shulepko
as Russian Prisoner
Virginia Rogin
as Nadege
Sally Guinness
as Taxi Driver
Tom Ward-Thomas
as Legoland Receptionist
Poet Park
as Cashier
Fiona Shaw
as Carolyn Martens
Sunny Yeo
as Waitress
Annelies Appelhof
as Sarah (Markus' Wife)
Cat Simmons
as Carleen
Marko Leht
as Ivan
Emily McIllwraith
as Inga
Andrew Byron
as Anton
Basienka Blake
as Marie
Rinat Khismatouline
as Leon
Will Haddington
as London Waiter
Kim Bodnia
as Konstantin
Amelia Hoy
as Peel HQ Secretary
Esther Hall
as Valerie
Jack Reid
as Dance Hall Captain
Elina Alminas
as Prison Guard 1
Terrence Amadi
as Security Guard
Rebecca Saire
as Bertha Kruger
Jesse Meester
as Stag
Dominic Mafham
as Charles Kruger
Hugo Nicholson
as Geordie Stag
Nicoló Ambrosio
as Davide
Mike Reus
as AIVD Officer
Diana Payan
as Julian's Mother
Larissa Kouznetsova
as Prison Guard 2
André Refig
as Paris Doctor
Camille Cottin
as Hélène
Anthony Shin
as Kitchen Worker #1
Owen McDonnell
as Niko Polastri/Niko
Zhenya Leverett
as Agniya
Barbara Flynn
as Julia
Yasmin Al-Khudhairi
as Shop Assistant
Thomas Kuratli
as Club DJ
Arnau Gol-Karsunke
as Pianist's Husband
Doug Berry
as Celebrating Banker
Zoë Wanamaker
as Helen Jacobson
Edward Bluemel
as Hugo
Aidan Kelly
as Charles
Roy Beck
as Kenny's Uncle
David Agranov
as Dr Marat
Elena Saurel
as Woman at Train Station
Olivia Carruthers
as Mrs Leary
Martin Müller
as Pub Garden Guest
Laura Bayston
as Babs
Michel Alexandre Gonzalez
as Man in a Restaurant
Pierre Atri
as Gabriel
Tatiana Gurin
as Woman with Pram
Stuart Shepherd-Garner
as Armed Police
Phil McKee
as Iain
Maria McErlane
as Diane
Sandra Oh
as Eve Polastri
Victoria Howell
as Launderette Owner
Andy Secombe
as Eric
Eulàlia Ballart
as Pianist
Wong Charlie
as Tourist
Rada Ixari
as Cow Judge
Julian Barratt
as Julian
Remo Girone
as Cesare Greco
Gin Mar
as Van Guard
Ryan Donaldson
as Barman
Emma Pierson
as Gemma
Irina Lytiak
as Paramedic
Pino Maiello
as Wedding Guest
Edward Akrout
as Diego
Elisabeth Bonjour
as Nanny
Michael Moore
as Oliver
Sally Reeve
as Nurse Watkins
Michael Akinsulire
as Jordan

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

2018 | 8 Episodes

Season 2

2019 | 8 Episodes

Season 3

2020 | 8 Episodes

Season 4

2022 | 8 Episodes

Media

All

Awards

Awards & NominationsSee more »

Televisual Bulldog Awards, UK 2012

Nominee

Televisual Bulldog Awards, UK

Best Drama Series

Nominee

Televisual Bulldog Awards, UK

Best Cinematography

British Film Designers Guild Awards 2018

Winner

British Film Designers Guild Awards

Best Production Design: Independent TV Drama Including Mini Series, TV Drama, or Limited Series

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