Award-winning crime-thriller Killing Eve is one of the hottest series online right now, with many viewers looking to catch up on the series before season 2 drops later in the year.

However, created by BBC America and drafted over to the U.K’s BBC, there is slight confusion over where you can watch both Killing Eve online.

Here’s a handy guide to where Killing Eve is and isn’t.

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Killing Eve S2 – Picture Shows: Villanelle (JODIE COMER) – (C) BBC America – Photographer: Aimee Spinks

Is Killing Eve on BBC iPlayer?

Yes!

The entire eight-episode season of Killing Eve is available on the BBC iPlayer. For those in the U.K, this should be your number one platform to catch up on the series.

Is Killing Eve on BBC America?

No!

Somewhat bizarrely, Killing Eve is not on the BBC America website.

In fact, they point in the direction of streaming platform Hulu!

Screen Shot: BBC America website

Screen Shot: BBC America website

Is Killing Eve on Netflix or NOW TV?

No! And no!

Killing Eve is not available on any of the international Netflix versions or NOW TV.

How to Watch Killing Eve Online

As you may have guessed, the best way to watch Killing Eve is via online streaming service Hulu.

For those in the States, it is known as Hulu, while the platform is called Hayu in the U.K.

There is a monthly subscription fee depending on your package, although Hulu/Hayu currently offers a 30-day free trial – that definitely gives you long enough to catch up on eight episodes!

Killing Eve S2 – Picture Shows: Villanelle (JODIE COMER) – (C) BBC America – Photographer: Aimee Spinks

When is Killing Eve Season 2?

Killing Eve season 2 has been given an official release date in the U.S.A.

It will launch on Sunday, April 7th on BBC America at 8 pm.

This means that season 2 will likely come to the U.K in May or June.

 

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