You can probably guess what's been announced beyond what the title of this article says. Yes, Killing Eve is ending after season 4 and of course AMC Networks and Sid Gentle Films Ltd (The production companies behind the show) are working to develop spin-offs to extend the world that was created in the maiden show. And whether those spin-offs happen is anyone's guess, but the popular series that sees Sandra Oh as a British intelligence operative in a rather complicated relationship with an international assassin (Played by Jodie Comer), is coming to an end.
The fourth season is just about to begin filming this summer in the U.K. and locations across Europe, despite being renewed in January 2020 (Thanks again COVID!). The final season will consist of eight episodes and will see Laura Neal taking over as head writer, showrunner, and executive producer. This is not due to creative differences with season three boss, Suzanne Heathcote. Rather, this completes the tradition of the series that has seen the previous season's boss hand down the reigns to another to keep the show creatively interesting. Phoebe Waller-Bridge, the creator of the show, was in charge of season one, followed by Emerald Fennell (Who recently wrote and directed the film Oscar contender Promising Young Woman) for season two, and the aforementioned Heathcote for season three. Neal will now be the one to finish off the show's storyline in season four.
No premiere date has been announced for the final season. Stay tuned!