Jodie Comer’s Villanelle is shot in the final moments of the series finale “Killing Eve” after much of the episode was devoted to showing her and Sandra Oh’s Eve accepting their feelings for each other.
In the final moments of the final episode, just hours after they share their first real kiss, Villanelle is brutally gunned down and killed, leaving Eve screaming. We followed their romance for three and a half years.
After four exciting seasons and five BAFTA awards, Killing Eve has aired its final episode, bringing the journey of Eve (Sandra Oh) and Villanelle (Jodie Comer) to a tragic end. It’s been a wild ride for Eve and Villanelle, who have gone from deadly enemies to unhappy lovers over the course of the show’s four seasons.
Spoilers: Just hours after sharing their first kiss, assassin Villanelle (Jodie Comer) is shot and killed as she and MI5 agent Eve (Oh) attempt in the final episode to escape through a river. which aired on April 10th.
The vibrancy of Killing Eve’s Villanelle is what makes her death so devastating. The end of a character so alive with a future to look forward to is a pain that cannot be minimized.
💞 Villanelle doesn’t die and gets a degree in linguistics. #killingeve #villaneve”. A sincerely friendly reminder that the books end like this: they live happily ever after. In the book, Villanelle and Eve end up faking their deaths and living a peaceful life together in St. Petersburg.
Knowing that this season would be our last, developing the ending was a collaborative process across all teams, including our cast. Carolyn destroys the heads of the Twelve while Eve and Villanelle do their dirty work and it will help mend their relationship with MI6.
Since some viewers have difficulty understanding that the story ended with “Hello Losers”, was spoken by Killing Eve Season 4 Episode 9 called Requiem.
Killing Eve Won’t be Returning for Season 5
Killing Eve’s cancellation was announced in March 2021, just two months after Season 4 was officially announced. Killing Eve is ending creative reasons to give a fitting and definitive conclusion to the series and its characters.
However, it was later revealed that no one pushed Kenny to his death, but that instead he accidentally fell to his death after taking a step back during a conversation with Konstantin Vasiliev, who killed him had warned that The Twelve would murder him.
Carolyn killed Villanelle as it was the only way to ensure her way back to M16 by getting rid of the Twelve and everyone associated with the group – including Villanelle.
The Twelve are the main antagonistic faction of the Villanelle novel trilogy, written by Luke Jennings, and the television series Killing Eve. They are an organization run by twelve invisible figures who use assassins to eliminate specific individuals across Europe.
It’s a long journey to London, so they end up stopping to relieve themselves in the woods. And for whatever reason, this is where the romance begins. Villanelle gives Eve a kiss on the cheek and in the middle of the street Eve goes all out. They both love it and it’s just adorable.
As Season 3 comes to a close, there is so much turmoil between Villanelle and Eve that it’s all water under the bridge. They have bigger issues with the twelve and also with the fresh hint of romantic love growing between the two.
By the beginning of the season, Eve had discovered that Carolyn played a big part in the making of The Twelve in 1970s Berlin, which explains why there was always a big question mark over who Carolyn was with was really faithful. In the end, the only loyalty she had was to herself.
Season four is the final run of the series, but Laura also admitted that she would “love to” see the story continue in a spin-off or a movie – sort of like Peaky Blinders. “I would happily live in the world of Killing Eve forever and ever, I love these characters and these stories,” she confessed.