Speaking to Entertainment Weekly, Fiona Shaw teased the forthcoming outing: “It doesn’t shy away from not being funny. And I think that’s very good.
“Season two was very funny, but season three is very structured, so you’re going to get a lot of stuff that is very real.
“And that’s very dangerous in a way, because we’ve begun to get quite unreal.
“Now we’re back to quite real. There’s quite a lot of challenges with the characters, but it’s very fulfilling for the audience to watch.”
Killing Eve season 3 airs on BBC America and AMC on Sundays at 9pm and BBC iPlayer in the UK on Mondays from 6am