A recap of Killing Eve season 3

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Photo credit: BBC

The ultimate game of cat and mouse is about the come to an end, as Killing Eve season four drops on the BBC. But before we find out how Villanelle and Eve's story concludes, let's recap what happened in season three, so you're in a good place to start the final episodes.

*Spoilers, obviously*

How did Killing Eve season 3 end?

Eve and Villanelle came face to face on London bridge

Despite being separated for most of the season, the final episode of season three saw the duo slow dancing in a ball room, as Villanelle (played by Jodie Comer) confessed to being tired the life of an assassin.

Later, after being present during the face off between Konstantin (Kim Bodnia), Carolyn (Fiona Shaw) and Paul (Steve Pemberton), the pair end up face to face on London Bridge, sharing a somewhat tender moment. Eve (Sandra Oh) tells Villanelle, "When I think of my future, I just see your face over and over again", to which Vilannelle replies, "It's a very beautiful face."

The pair then stand back to back and attempt to walk away from each other, only to turn around and look into each other's eyes once again. Could this be the start of something more?

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Photo credit: BBC

Kenny is killed, and Carolyn kills Paul

After continuing his own research into The Twelve, Caroline's son Kenny Stowton (Sean Delaney) dies after a run in with Konstantin, who either pushed him, or scared him, off the roof of the office building. After Carolyn threatens Konstantin with a gun to his head, he insists he was only trying to warn Kenny of the dangers of his investigation into the Twelve, and begs for his life. Carolyn then realises it was actually her colleague at MI6, Paul (Steve Pemberton), who's involved with The Twelve, and she shoots him in the head.

Photo credit: BBC
Photo credit: BBC

There were more casualties

Villanelle's handler Dasha (Harriet Walter) never did make it back to Russia, after Villanelle, Eve and Konstantin each played a part in her death, which saw her coming to her end in a hospital bed. Novice assassin Rhian (Alexandra Roach) died beneath a speeding train, while Mo Jafari (Raj Bajaj) also came to a messy end.

So, where does that leave us for season four? Will Eve and Villanelle finally get together? Will The Twelve be destroyed once and for all? And do we ever get Justice For Kenny? We for one are excited to find out.

Killing Eve drops on BBC iPlayer on 27th February.

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