Killing Eve Fan Talk: We reveal season 1's best bits and look ahead to season 2 in our exclusive video

BT TV’s telly addicts Alex Fletcher and Sophia Moir discuss their highlights from Killing Eve’s first season, and what they’re excited to see in season 2 of the BBC’s hit spy thriller.

Hit Play above to watch BT TV’s Alex and Sophia talk all things Killing Eve

We’re getting hyped for one of the biggest TV events of the year here at BT TV.

After premiering in the US in April, Killing Eve series 2 is finally heading to BBC iPlayer this month and we’ve got all the goss for you die-hard fans.

BT TVs resident Killing Eve addicts Alex Fletcher and Sophia Moir look back at series 1 and look ahead to series 2, which Sophia has had a sneaky peek at, in our new and exclusive video, above.

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Make sure to catch up on series 1 of Killing Eve now - it’s available to stream on BBC iPlayer, under the Players & Apps tab on BT TV.

Killing Eve series 2 will be available to stream on BBC iPlayer as a complete box set from Saturday, June 8.

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Starring Jodie Comer as assassin Villanelle and Sandra Oh as Eve Polastri, the intelligence agent tasked with hunting her down, Killing Eve was one of the biggest TV shows of 2018.

Since it launched last year, the spy thriller became the most-requested TV show on BBC iPlayer - garnering 49 million requests - and won countless awards, including Golden Globes and Baftas.

Adapted for TV by Phoebe Waller-Bridge (Fleabag, Crashing), Killing Eve is one of the most talked-about TV shows of recent years, and a complete TV original.

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We’ll be discussing why everyone’s hooked on Killing Eve, how such a niche show became so mainstream, and why we can’t wait for series 2.

And from Villanelle’s most creative murders to the most quotable moments, we’ll be dissecting - excuse the pun - the best bits from series 1.

Plus we’ll be raising the burning questions we need answering from the end of series 1, like where’s Villanelle, and what’s up with Carolyn, the enigmatic MI6 officer played by Fiona Shaw?

Lastly, having had a sneak peek at series 2, we’ll be chatting about the new cast members, how we’ll be watching it, whether it feels different to series 1 with a different writer, and the new and exotic filming locations.

What are you waiting for? Get yourself a cuppa and hit Play below to watch BT TV’s Alex and Sophia talk all things Killing Eve.

Series 1 of Killing Eve, consisting of eight episodes, is available to stream now on BBC iPlayer. Series 2 will be available as a complete box set from Saturday, June 8.

BT TV customers can find the BBC iPlayer app under the Players & Apps tab on their TV box.

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