Where To Watch ‘Killing Eve’ Season 1 Ahead Of Awards Season
What more could you possibly want in a series than a sociopathic assassin, enviable fashion, and a cast of fierce women? That's exactly what you get in the show that's making Hollywood rekindle its love for Jodie Comer and Sandra Oh. Find out what all the fuss is about — here's where to stream Killing Eve ahead of awards season.
If you managed to get through the whole year without hearing people rave about the wildly addicting drama series, then surely you became acquainted with Killing Eve via the recent Golden Globe Awards.
Sandra Oh, who was also the host, beat out Julia Roberts, Keri Russell, and Elisabeth Moss for the title of Best Actress in a Television Series Drama during the Jan. 6 awards ceremony. Now, she's nominated for a Screen Actors Guild Award, too.
So, what's it about, you ask? Firstly, there's Villanelle, played by Jodie Comer, who is — hands down — the chicest psychopathic assassin you've ever seen (think: Phillip Lim, Stella Mccartney, Chloé, Burberry, and an iconic Molly Goddard tulle dress).
Sandra Oh's character, Eve, is the spy who is tasked with hunting down the stylish psycho killer, and the two "go head to head in an epic game of cat and mouse, toppling the typical spy-action thriller," IMDB says.
The game-changing show premiered on April 8, 2018, on BBC America, and its second season will air on April 7. The cast has been filming in Amsterdam, Paris, and London lately, so in addition to Villanelle's outfits, you can expect some impressive scenery, too.
Killing Eve — or, Sandra Oh, specifically — has already won a Golden Globe and a Critics' Choice Award so far this season. Jodie Comer was nominated for a TCA Award and National Television Award for her "killer" performance, too.
You'd better carve out some time to binge watch the acclaimed show — which is available for streaming on Hulu, YouTube, Amazon Prime, and Google Play — before the cast takes their seats at the SAG Awards this Sun.
With any luck, Oh — who's up against Robin Wright, Elisabeth Moss, Julia Garner, and Laura Linney this time — will be taking the stage to accept yet another one of those coveted statues. Tune into the awards ceremony at 8 p.m. EST on TNT or TBS, if for no other reason than to see whether Comer and Oh's outfits live up to the standard of their Killing Eve characters on the red carpet.