Discussion in 'SMB' started by bigmarlon, Apr 8, 2019.
Episode 1 came out today.
Let's hope it's as good as season 1.
Are these released weekly on iPlayer
Released weekly. Only been released on dodgy sites and Amazon so far. A UK premier has yet to be announced.
Killing Eve series two premieres in US
Nice one think I'll wait until they're all out until I watch them though
I usually do that like. I hate waiting a week for an episode. I always forget everything by the time the next ep airs.
Better to binge-watch it all in one go imo.
I think the official UK release isn't until all the episodes have been shown week by week in the us
UK had to wait 5 months for S1. Could be a long wait.
I don't think it's written by fleabag lady this time. Hopefull will still be great though
I don't understand why a BBC show that we pay for (well you do, I don't) gets aired in the US 5 months before here.
Seems like the BBC take (y)our money, make a show out of it, then sell it to the US. Wankers.
It's cos BBC America funded it. I think they stole it from sky. Strictly speaking BBC America is not funded by the tax payer. Its a profit making exercise. I think...
that's me sorted for tonights telly after the walking dead ended last week.
Pretty much, aye. I'd guess it'll be on BBC1 at the same sort of time as season 2 was last year.
Looks like they've already commissioned a third series as well
‘Killing Eve’ Renewed for Season 3, Sets New Showrunner
You watched Amercan Gods yet marra? It's canny. Just started watching it yesterday. Give it a whirl.
Looks good i'll give it a try.
I thought it was a British series, but got that wrong. Probably explains why the far superior Jodie Comer was ignored for the Golden Globe.
Technically it shouldn't be nominated for a bafta as it wasn't produced by a British company. If you give a shit about such things
BBC America are not a British company...
BBC owns 50.01% of it, AMC owns the rest.
You're right about it not being paid for by taxpayers though.
BBC America - Wikipedia
I never really looked to see who'd produced it TBF.
Aah, I'm an idiot. Apparently it's meant to be shown in th UK first to qualify Sorry
Bafta bends the rules for Killing Eve
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