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Season three, with Suzanne Heathcote as the showrunner/head writer, is more focused than its predecessor but it at times lacks the spark that originally made the show enchanting.
In a hospital?! Oh my God, OH MY GOD. Because if it's a hospital - and it is a hospital! - then that can only mean one thing: against all odds, and despite appearances, Niko Polastri is still alive.
Aside from Villanelle, who still remains the best part of this diminishing series, Konstantin's storyline has been one of the most intriguing in this season.
Which all brings us back to Eve, who is now once again demonstrating the keen investigative skills that made her a good candidate to track down Villanelle in the first place.
The episode does an excellent job of building tension through character development, putting each member of the ensemble on a crash course toward one another as the season moves closer to its endgame.
Killing Eve has always been its best when it goes deeper beyond the mystery, and this episode gives us exactly that.
Every single one of these players has their place in the puzzle without which the structure would fall. As this Penrose Steps of narrative motion continues its perpetual loop of deception, deceit and skulduggery Killing Eve gains momentum.
Now, one thing I've loved this season is Villanelle's character growth... She steered clear of Niko and actually adhered to Eve's wishes in that regard. Growth, people! T
What's even more heartbreaking was Villanelle's breakdown at the end. Have we ever seen her mess up a kill before?
At some point, Killing Eve season 3 is really going to have to give us some sort of look into Eve's POV and what she wants... We 're left at what is essentially status quo ante for her character, all while Villanelle is on a very clear arc without her.
We've got a dueling pair of sports-related showdowns. Both scenes are pretty great at advancing all the balls in the air this season.