KILLING Eve could “run for years” after series two of the gripping crime series hits in April.
Producers Sally Woodward Gentle and Lee Morris say they are bursting with ideas to “refresh” the sexy drama starring Jodie Comer, 25, and Sandra Oh, 47.
Jodie reckons men are terrified of her when they meet her
Gentle told Daily Star: “If you made it up in the first place, you can make it up again.
“So I think it can go on, and on, and on – you just have to refresh it all the time.”
The new series of Killing Eve starts on April 7 and fans are already working themselves into a fever of anticipation at what the scriptwriters have in store this time around.
The drama is based on Luke Jennings’s book Codename Villanelle and tells the story of MI5 officer Eve Polastri, played by American actress Sandra, who is tasked with tracking down the beautiful but unhinged bisexual assassin.
BBC Villanelle has been dubbed ‘the most terrifying TV villain’
Jodie Comer who plays Villanelle has to have a dialect coach on standby to help her speak French and Russian
The two women become infatuated with each other during a violent chase across some of Europe’s most glamorous locations, including Paris, Tuscany, London and Berlin.
The last series ended on a knifeedge — literally — with Eve stabbing Villanelle in the stomach after luring her into bed at the end of a tense seduction scene.
Actress Jodie has enjoyed playing Villanelle so far and insisted she is looking foward to seeing how her character can “grow”.
Jodie said: “What I love about Villanelle is that she is many characters within one, and she has enabled me to hopefully show some versatility that people may not have expected from me.
Killing Eve also stars American actress Sandra Oh
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“There has been such an overwhelming response to Killing Eve that when I meet people, they are enthusiastic about talking about it and they enjoy it so much. It’s been wonderful to have all sorts of conversations.
“Going to the set is so fulfilling because not every day is the same. There is always something thrown my way to challenge me. So I think I have really been able to grow and learn more about myself.”
BBC The TV assassin is also witty and humorous, which gives her some humanity
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