by Jason Lynch
It’s been quite a year for Sandra Oh, thanks to her hit series Killing Eve, about an MI5 operative (Eve Polastri, played by Oh) tracking an assassin (Villanelle, played by Jodie Comer) around Europe. Oh was nominated for an Emmy and won Golden Globe and Screen Actors Guild awards for the role, which also led to a co-hosting gig with Andy Samberg at January’s Golden Globes.
Killing Eve, the BBC America drama, which was Adweek’s best new TV show of 2018, built on its 18-49 and 25-54 demo audience each week during Season 1. The network said it was the first new scripted series to do so since Nielsen’s live-plus-3 measurement began more than a decade ago. As Killing Eve returns for Season 2 on Sunday, it has become too big for just one network. AMC Networks will be simulcasting it on both BBC America and AMC…
Image courtesy of BBC America/Aimee Spinks
April 04, 2019