FANS rejoiced as Killing Eve season 3 dropped on iPlayer last month as a welcome distraction from the coronavirus lockdown.
It's been a while since Jodie Comer was up to her old tricks in season 2, when Emerald Fennell took over writing the show from Phoebe Waller-Bridge.
What happened in season 2 of Killing Eve?
The series saw many twists and turns (and, of course, murders) and even saw Eve and Villanelle team up.
Eve's relationship with her husband Nick also deteriorated further with him moving out.
Eve's mysterious MI5 boss Carolyn Martens also kept us guessing about who she really works for – is it the government or is it The Twelve?
But the main thing that happened was that Villanelle shot Eve.
How did Killing Eve season 2 end?
Eve was left for dead when Villanelle shot her at the end of the season finale after she refused to runaway with her for a life of murder and mayhem.
Villanelle is infatuated with Eve, and Eve is obsessed with her in return.
Standing in a amphitheatre in Rome, the two women are on the run after Eve killed The Twelve's agent Raymond and Villanelle learned the truth about Konstantin (that he was using her, along with Carolyn, in order to get back to his family).
When Eve said she had to go home and couldn't run off into the sunset "like Bonnie and Clyde" and went to walk off, Villanelle did not like this one bit and shot her as she made her exit.
Next we saw Vilannelle standing over her, gun in hand, and Eve in a pool of her own blood.
Now, the question season three will have to answer is, is Eve alive?
How can I watch Killing Eve season 3?
Killing Eve has returned for a third season of the spy drama and is available to stream in the UK on the BBC iPlayer now.
It's also airing on BBC One each Monday at 9.15pm.
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