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Articles Tagged 'Killing Eve'

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5 Romantic Thrillers ‘Killing Eve’s’ Villanelle Would Approve Of

Heard in the office: “Valentine’s Day is here again?? Already!?” Yep, it is. And it’s since passed (and we all survived). For some reason this Hallmark holiday stirs up a bunch of emotions for both loved-up couples and singletons alike. But, let’s think about it this way, would Killing Eve‘s Villanelle (Jodie Comer) lose any […]

2018 Winter TCA Tour – Day 9

‘Killing Eve’ Star Jodie Comer is All Set to Board ‘Death on the Nile’

Hercule Poirot may have finally met his match, as Villanelle, a.k.a. actress Jodie Comer, who currently stars in BBC America’s Killing Eve, looks all set to board Death on the Nile. The Killing Eve star will have a lead role in the next big Agatha Christie movie, according to a recent interview with director Sir Kenneth Branagh. Digital Spy reports Sir […]

76th Annual Golden Globe Awards – Press Room

10 Secrets to Sandra Oh’s Success

Actress Sandra Oh is at the top of her game. She stars in BBC America’s critically-acclaimed Killing Eve (2017-present) and just took home the 2019 Golden Globe for Best Performance by an Actress for her portrayal of MI6 agent, Eve Polastri, opposite the stellar Jodie Comer, who plays Villanelle. And, we shall be seeing more of […]

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Sandra Oh’s Parents Won the 2018 Emmys

Look, we all wanted Sandra Oh or Tatiana Maslany to win Best Actress last night (at least all of us at BBC America…) And although the ultimate victory just wasn’t in the cards (or rather, the ballots), it’s fair to say Sandra Oh and her downright adorable parents stole the show. First, they arrived… Sandra […]

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11 of the Best Female-Driven TV Shows

A brothel in 1760s London might not be the obvious setting for a feminist tale of women wrenching back control, but Hulu’s period drama Harlots does just that. Starring Movern Callar‘s Samantha Morton, Phantom Thread‘s Lesley Manville and Downton’s Jessica Brown Findlay, it features not only a female-heavy cast, but an all-women writing and directing team too. […]

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