Over the halfway mark of Killing Eve's fourth and final season, we are reacquainted with the show's name-sake Eve (Sandra Oh) and Villanelle (Jodie Comer), once again caught in the longest game of cat and mouse after seemingly going their separate ways on London Bridge two years ago. Now on the hunt to take down The Twelve, read on below as we explain where to watch Killing Eve season 4 online and stream new episodes weekly from anywhere.
With writer Laura Neal now at the helm, we find our favorite psycho attempting to turn over a new leaf: joining the church community choir and befriending the vicar’s daughter May (newcomer Zindzi Hudson), although the holy father is dubious of Villanelle’s motives, and it's not long before it all goes pear-shaped.
Meanwhile, an unknown assassin is executing members of The Twelve, and Carolyn has tasked a resistant Eve with discovering who’s behind the attacks, while Eve is set on tracking down Hélène (Camille Cottin).
Joining the cast is Anjana Vasan (Channel 4 comedy We Are Lady Parts) as an undertaker and assassin in training, in addition to familiar faces Kim Bodnia and Fiona Shaw as Konstantin and Carolyn.
As we embark on the final instalment of obsession and murder, don’t miss a single episode: our below guide will explain where to watch Killing Eve season 4 online from anywhere – and 100% FREE in the UK on BBC iPlayer.
Where to watch Killing Eve season 4 online for FREE in the UK
The final season of this darkly funny thriller sees new episodes arrive on BBC iPlayer every Monday from February 28, where you'll also find the first three seasons, too. BBC iPlayer is 100% free to stream, though you do need a valid TV licence.
Alternatively, if you have linear TV and prefer to watch there, new episodes of Killing Eve will premiere on free-to-air channel, BBC One every Saturday from March 5 at 9.15pm GMT.
Whether you want to watch live or on catch-up, you can access iPlayer on any of the following devices: desktop on Windows and Mac machines, on smartphone apps for Android and iOS, as well as media streaming devices like Apple TV, Amazon Fire, Chromecast, Roku and more. You can also get BBC iPlayer on PlayStation and Xbox consoles.
How to watch Killing Eve season 4 online from outside your country
Don't let geo-restrictions stop you from being reunited with Villanelle and Eve. If you find yourself out of the country, you’ll be unable to access your usual streaming service. However, we can get you out of this sticky situation with the help a VPN.
The best VPN – otherwise known as a virtual private network – offers a simple solution. This piece of software alters your IP address to appear as though you're based in another country, allowing you to gain access to your preferred streaming platform, and watch episodes live or on-demand just like you would at home.
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Three simple steps to using a VPN to watch Killing Eve:
1. Download and install a VPN - we recommend ExpressVPN
2. Connect to the relevant server location - launch the VPN app, click on 'choose location' and select the right location i.e. UK for iPlayer
3. Head to the chosen broadcaster's live stream - in this case, head to the BBC iPlayer
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Where to watch Killing Eve season 4 online in the US
Who killed Kenny? And who’s targeting The Twelve? American audiences with access to BBC America can find out from February 27 with new episodes airing every Sunday at 8pm ET/PT.
BBC America comes as a part of most cable packages, with the option to catch-up online through its on-demand service.
Alternatively, you can also subscribe to AMC+, where new episodes will premiere every week. AMC+ costs $8.99 a month or works out as $6.99 a month when you pay for a year up front ($83.88). New customers can also benefit from a 7-day free trial.
How to watch Killing Eve season 4 without cable
For cord cutters who want a more cable-like experience, sign up to a service like FuboTV or Sling TV, both which offer BBC America as a part of their packages. New subscribers can claim a free 7-day trial with FuboTV, or get $10 off your first month of Sling TV.
Outside of the country? Then you'll want to pack a good VPN so you can connect to your chosen streaming service back home and watch new episodes of Killing Eve live or on-demand.
Where to watch Killing Eve season 4 online in Canada
Killing Eve season 4 will be available via the CTV Drama channel in Canada. Cable viewers can watch it at 9pm ET / 6pm PT on Sundays from February 27, or stream episodes live or on-demand via the channel’s website and app. However, you’ll need to provide your cable login details first.
Should you be in another country when Killing Eve is broadcast, don’t let geo-blocks stop you from tuning in. Download a top VPN so you can stream TV live and on-demand from anywhere in the world.
Where to watch Killing Eve season 4 online in Australia for free
Aussies are in the privileged position of getting all-new Killing Eve before the rest of the world, thanks to linear channel ABC TV. Viewers Down Under can watch Killing Eve season 4 every Sunday starting February 27, at 9:30pm AEDT.
Alternatively, catch it online live or on-demand with ABC’s iview service, where episodes drop even earlier at 8.30pm. It’s completely FREE to stream too (although you'll need to create an account from March to watch).
Currently away? Install a VPN to bypass geo-restrictions and watch your preferred streaming service as if you were back home.
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Daniel Pateman is a freelance writer, producing articles across the cultural spectrum for magazines like Aesthetica, Photomonitor, The Brooklyn Rail and This is Tomorrow. He also provides text-writing services to individual curators and artists worldwide, and has had work published internationally. His favourite film genre is horror (bring on Scream 5!) and he never tires of listening to Absolute 80s on the radio.