Killing Eve is a whirlwind of comedy, drama, and sexual tension. Even though writer-creator Phoebe Waller-Bridge exited as showrunner before the second season, the show continued to find success, buoyed as it was by the magnetic relationship between its two main characters: Villanelle and Eve. So what makes this relationship sing? And how can Killing Eve ride it to future success in Season 3?
How Villanelle and Eve Became the Best Duo on TV: ‘Killing Eve’ Season 3
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