How to Catch up on Killing Eve Ahead of the Season 4 Premiere

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Killing Eve's first three seasons introduced viewers to Eve and Villanelle's cat-and-mouse drama. And in February, the series returns for its fourth and final chapter, which once again stars Sandra Oh and Jodie Comer. But there's still time to catch up if you're unfamiliar with the series. (Because chilly winter temperatures means conditions are ideal for a weekend spent binge-watching.)

Here's how to tune in.

How to Watch Killing Eve on TV:

If you already have a traditional cable subscription, you're likely in luck. For many providers, seasons one, two, and three of Killing Eve is currently available on demand. Season four will premiere February 27 on BBC America, and will also air Mondays on AMC beginning February 28.

Photo credit: BBC AMERICA
Photo credit: BBC AMERICA

Stream it on Hulu:

Killing Eve's first three seasons are currently available to stream on Hulu.

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Watch it on Amazon:

The first three seasons are also currently available for purchase on Amazon for $19.99 (or $13.99 if you'd prefer standard definition). If you only want to watch an individual episode, those cost $2.99 for high definition or $1.99 for SD.

It's also available to stream on iTunes and Youtube:

Seasons one, two, and three costs $19.99 for HD on Youtube or $13.99 for SD. Start watching here. On iTunes, individual episodes are also available for purchase.

But is Killing Eve on Netflix?

At the moment, it's not. But we'll be sure to update if the series is added to the platform's collection.

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