How to Watch the Killing Eve

Killing Eve
— the show that made a slightly terrifying star out of British actress Jodie Comer — has quickly risen to become one of the most talked-about series. Based on a series of novellas by Luke Jennings, the comedy-drama follows MI6 operative Eve Polastri as she tries to hunt down Russian assassin Villanelle.

Comer stars as the notorious killer-for-hire while Grey’s Anatomy‘s Sandra Oh takes on the role of Polastri. As the two play a thrilling game of cat-and-mouse across the globe, they begin to grow worryingly attached. Naturally, their blossoming relationship changes both their lives. But will it be for the better, or will everything end in tears?

Since its first season in 2018, Killing Eve has been nominated for dozens of awards. Here’s how to watch the show everyone can’t stop thinking about.

When does Killing Eve season 3 premiere?

Season 3 of Killing Eve will kick off on Sunday, April 26 at 10 p.m. ET/PT. You can catch the show on BBC America or AMC. 

Season 2 finished in a similar vein to season 1. While the 2018 finale saw Eve stab Villanelle, the 2019 rendition saw Villanelle shoot Eve after the MI6 agent refused to run off to Alaska with her.

If you believed Eve couldn’t possibly be dead, you’re right. Somehow, she survived Villanelle’s gunshot and is back living her life — minus the woman she has become obsessed with. Villanelle, meanwhile, seems to have struggled to leave behind her assassin ways.

The pair are still drawn towards one another but are trying to move on. However, that’s unlikely to last for long as the show has revealed a shocking death sets Eve and Villanelle on the same path — one that could cost them friends, family, and parts of themselves.

Prepare for an even more gripping ride as Eve not only has to deal with her Villanelle fixation but the consequences of her actions. At the end of season 2, she resigned from MI6 after realizing she’d been manipulated by her boss, Carolyn (Fiona Shaw). She was also manipulated by Villanelle into murdering a man, likely leading to some deep self-reflection.

A few new faces will be popping up in season 3. The list includes Game of Thrones‘ Gemma Whelan, Harry Potter‘s Pedja Bjelac, and British legend Dame Harriet Walter. And, in line with Killing Eve tradition, the writing baton has passed to another female writer: Suzanne Heathcote. (Fleabag creator Phoebe Waller-Bridge wrote the first season and Emerald Fennell the second.)

How to stream Killing Eve online

While plenty of cable services give you access to BBC America and AMC, you don’t need to shell out for cable to immerse yourself in Villanelle’s world. 

The following streaming services will let you watch Killing Eve online. (If you do have cable, you can also stream online via the BBC America site.)


Four of AT&T TV’s packages — Entertainment, Choice, Xtra, and Ultimate — offer both AMC and BBC America. Prices start from $93/mo., go up to $135/mo, and depend on the number of channels you want access to. The service’s True Cloud DVR feature gives users 500 hours of storage. Recordings can be scheduled up to two weeks in advance, and each episode, game, or movie can be stored for up to 90 days. Three simultaneous streams come with each package. A week-long free trial is available.


You can take advantage of a seven-day free trial with fuboTV. Its standard package costs $54.99/mo. and includes more than 85 channels, including both BBC America and AMC. You’ll also be able to watch shows, movies, and more on 2 devices at once and record up to 30 hours of content. If you want an extra stream, you’ll have to pay $5.99/mo. — 500 hours of DVR storage can also be purchased for an additional $9.99/mo.


Philo only has one subscription package, and it’s pretty cheap at just $20/mo. For that price, you’ll be able to watch almost 60 channels live, including AMC and BBC America, and replay content that’s aired in the past 72 hours. Plus, you’ll get unlimited DVR storage and three simultaneous streams. Philo also offers a seven-day free trial.

Sling TV

Sling TV’s plans are split into two: Sling Orange and Sling Blue. Both cost $30/mo. with the former offering 32 channels and the latter providing 47. You’ll be able to watch AMC and BBC America via both options and can combine the two plans for $45/mo.

Only 10 hours of DVR storage is included with each package, but this can be upped to 50 hours for an additional $5/mo. The number of simultaneous streams you can enjoy depends on which plan you opt for. Sling Orange only gives one stream, Sling Blue provides three, and the combined package will give you four. Sling TV usually offers new subscribers $10 off the first month of subscription, but you may find a free seven-day trial from time to time.

YouTube TV

Another single subscription option, YouTube TV costs $49.99/mo and comes with a 7-day free trial. It boasts more than 70 channels, including AMC, and allows you to record an unlimited amount of content. Any recordings can be kept for up to nine months. You’ll also be able to watch TV on up to three devices at once.

The final cut

With riveting relationships and a plot that’s both frightening and hilarious, Killing Eve is a must-watch show. Whether you’re itching to catch season 3 or looking to start from the very beginning, you can watch Killing Eve online via numerous streaming services like fuboTV, Philo, and Sling TV. All offer some kind of free trial or new subscriber discount. 

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