In last week’s episode, Villanelle gets to know a fellow assassin and feels oddly at home with her. The two grow closer and end up kissing.
However, Villanelle realizes they have a fundamental difference in outlook when it comes to ‘The Twelve’ and decides to escape.
Meanwhile, Eve grapples with the aftermath of actually finding and killing a ‘Twelve’ member and wonders if giving up now is really the right choice.
She turns to Konstantin for help, not knowing this is the last time she was ever going to see him alive, and he directs her to Villanelle’s current location. We bring you the latest updates!
Killing Eve Season 4 Episode 8 Speculation
Villanelle spends time with Gunn, getting to know her and perhaps feeling a sense of kinship with her.
The two of them drink moonshine and end up kissing. Gunn invites Villanelle to stay in her cabin with her but Villanelle realizes that Gunn is still too caught up with ‘The Twelve’ and decides to escape.
Gunn chases her through the woods, only to discover Eve there, and attacks her. Will Eve be able to escape Gunn’s clutches and get Villanelle to help her take down ‘The Twelve’?
Will Eve and Villanelle end up together? Big reveals are coming as Killing Eve wraps up its loose ends in the upcoming series finale. Stay tuned!
Killing Eve Season 4 Episode 8 Release Date
Episode 8 of the Killing Eve Season 4 series, titled “Hello, Losers”, has been released on Sunday, Apr 17, 2022 at 5:00 pm PDT.
This will be the final episode of the series. No delays have been announced.
1. Is The Series On Break?
No, the series is not on break and will continue as scheduled
Killing Eve Season 4 Episode 7 Recap
Villanelle wakes up in Gunn’s barn to discover that she has brought the body of a fisherman who she claimed had been stealing for her.
She brutally kills him for sport as Villanelle watches in odd fascination. Meanwhile, Eve takes on a private security gig as she struggles to navigate her life now that Helene is dead and she murdered Lars.
Eve goes for karaoke with Yusuf hoping it would take her mind off things but visions of people she’s lost start to haunt her and she panics wondering how she’ll ever move on.
Carolyn is approached by the Russians for her betrayal. She tells Vlad about the notebook she discovered on Lars’s body and the conversation prompts her to remember another location that could possibly be a meeting place for ‘The Twelve.’
She requests him to take back the assassin sent for her back to Russia while she goes back to London to ‘face what needs to be faced.’
Eve, who is still in possession of Helene’s phone, sees that she’s received a text message that is an image of a bird.
She takes it to Konstantin, who tells her the message is likely a notification of an upcoming meeting and suggests that she find Villanelle and gives her the details she needs to get to the private island in Scotland.
In a heartbreaking turn of events, Pam kills Konstantin on Helene’s orders, unaware that Helene is dead until it is too late.
About Killing Eve
Killing Eve is a British spy thriller television series, produced by Sid Gentle Films for BBC America and BBC Three. Based on the Villanelle novel series by Luke Jennings, each of the show’s series is led by a different female head writer. Season 1 had Phoebe Waller-Bridge as the head writer, season 2 had Emerald Fennell, season 3 had Suzanne Heathcote, and the fourth and final season has Laura Neal.
The series’ recurring cast includes Sandra Oh, Jodie Comer, Fiona Shaw, Kim Bodnia, Owen McDonnell, Sean Delaney, Steve Pemberton, Danny Sapani, Harriet Walter, Gemma Whelan, and Camille Cottin among others.
The series follows Eve Polastri, a British intelligence investigator tasked with capturing psychopathic assassin Villanelle. As the chase progresses, the two develop a mutual obsession.