Laura said that she hopes Villanelle’s death brings Eve peace: “She’s escaped. Carolyn thinks she’s dead. She can have the life that she chooses to live now. In my head, she’s going to take everything that Villanelle has given her into this new version of her life. And Villanelle will live on in Eve.”
The only other person to make it out relatively unscathed is Carolyn, one of the founding members of The Twelve. Rumor has it her origin story may be explored in a spin-off series, but executive producer Sally Woodward Gentle recently told Deadline, “We got lots of thoughts, but nothing has firmed up at all, and it’s quite a long way off. So, there isn’t really anything else to say yet.”
Though nothing has been confirmed, Shaw is game for a show of her own. “People are interested in the potential of it,” she told E! News in February. “I don’t know what will happen there but I can only say that I love the work.”
All four seasons of Killing Eve are streaming now on AMC+.