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Emmy-Nominated Hit Thriller Starring Grey’s Anatomy Actor Is Coming To Netflix-TGN


  • An Emmy-nominated hit thriller show starring Sandra Oh is making its way to Netflix on April 15.
  • The four-season series delivered cat-and-mouse thrills for 32 episodes in its original run on the BBC and AMC.
  • Oh joined the series after 10 years as Cristina on
    Grey’s Anatomy



An Emmy-nominated hit thriller show featuring Grey’s Anatomy star Sandra Oh is coming to Netflix. She played Cristina Yang on ABC’s venerable medical series for the first ten years of its run, leaving after season 10. But Oh soon found herself in the middle of another hot show, signing on to star alongside Jodie Comer in an acclaimed BBC thriller series, which itself ran for four seasons between 2018 and 2022.

Comer and Oh’s four-season cat-and-mouse game indeed made for compelling television, and now their exploits are headed to streaming, as all 32 episodes of Killing Eve come to Netflix in the US beginning on April 15 (via Collider).

Why Killing Eve Should Have Ended After Season 2

Starring Oh as an MI5 officer locked in a deadly dance with Comer’s cold-blooded assassin, Killing Eve landed with a bang in 2018, netting Oh an Emmy nomination for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series, and another for Phoebe Waller-Bridge for Outstanding Writing For a Drama Series. Killing Eve season 2 went on to receive even more acclaim, as Comer won the Emmy for Lead Actress, while the show got a nomination for Outstanding Drama Series.

Those first two seasons of Killing Eve arguably should have been the whole of the show’s run, however, as the ongoing globe-trotting, erotic cat-and-mouse between Oh and Comer began wearing thin by season 3. Overall, the show holds a respectable 80% fresh rating on Rotten Tomatoes, but its reception took a nose-dive after the highs of the first two seasons, bottoming out in Killing Eve season 4, with a brutal 53% fresh rating.

Killing Eve’s Rotten Tomatoes Scores By Season


Critics’ Rating

Audience Rating

Season 1



Season 2



Season 3



Season 4



While Comer and Oh remained strong throughout Killing Eve‘s run, its writing lost its sharpness in later seasons, as fresh ideas gave way to tired tropes. Waller-Bridge provided a steady hand in the show’s outstanding first season, establishing Comer’s Villanelle as a formidable villain, while introducing Oh’s Eve as a complex protagonist. Emerald Fennell took the reins as main writer for season 2, keeping up the show’s quality, but her departure marked the beginning of the end. Netflix’s subscribers can soon relive all of Killing Eve, but they might want to jump ship after season 2.

Source: Collider

Emmy-Nominated Hit Thriller Starring Grey's Anatomy Actor Is Coming To Netflix-TGN

Killing Eve

Killing Eve is a black comedy thriller series starring Sandra Oh as British intelligence officer Eve Polastri who is assigned to track and capture a dangerous assassin named Villanelle, played by Jodie Comer. Bored with her life, Eve finds herself hired by an undercover MI6 division tasked with tracking down Villanelle – who, after just a brief time studying and following her, she becomes obsessed with her. However, the obsession becomes mutual as soon the two enter a game of cat and mouse that deviates them from their missions as they venture to learn more about one another.

Adrian Scarborough , Sandra Oh , Nina Sosanya , Edward Bluemel , Kirby Howell-Baptiste , Danny Sapani , Fiona Shaw , Kim Bodnia , Harriet Walter , Steve Pemberton , Sean Delaney , Henry Lloyd-Hughes , David Haig , jodie comer , turlough convery , Raj Bajaj , Gemma Whelan , Camille Cottin , Darren Boyd Owen McDonnell

Release Date
April 8, 2018


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