DISCOVER THE EXPLANATION FOR THE END OF KILLING EVE SEASON 4! SPOILERS!
On Canal+and AMC, you can watch Killing Eve! Continue reading to find out what happened at the end of Season 4! The new series of Killing Eve has its vibe. Characters and dialogue have the same chaotic breadth and charming irreverence as before, but seriousness has crept into a series that used to be all about style. Read on to find out if Season 5 will ever be released.
Endgames are notoriously difficult, in part because viewers expect a lot from them: to bring a satisfying conclusion to the ongoing narrative, to iron out details that have become our pet peeves, and to hint at the big lines of the characters’ future lives, all without betraying what the show foretold from the first day when Villanelle and Eve first saw each other’s reflection in the hospital’s long mirror.
Season 4 of Killing Eve wasn’t perfect, but the finale stayed true to the show’s roots: it doesn’t make perfect sense, but still, it belongs almost entirely to Sandra Oh and Jodie Comer, and it never lacks panache. Here’s how to figure out what happened at the end of Season 4 of Killing Eve!
EXPLAINED ENDING OF KILLING EVE SEASON 4
Eve finally gave in to her desire to be with Villanelle after standing up to her since they broke up at the end of Killing Eve Season 3. They acted like a couple for the first time, and it was perfect. Still, this is Killing Eve, and those happy times were foreshadowed by the Killing Eve finale, which foretold an eerie cloud of disaster ahead after Eve did her tarot reading and received the card of death.
Eve and Villanelle’s love story may not have ended happily, but they were able to be together in a way they always had hoped for, and they saw that their relationship could have worked.
Villanelle was killed by an unseen assassin after everyone in the Twelve was killed at the end of Season 4 of Killing Eve. The gunman continued to fire and hit Villanelle until she died, even after Villanelle and Eve dove into the Thames.
Pam murdered Konstantin Vasiliev on Hélène’s orders, but she didn’t need it because Hélène was already dead, in a comedy of errors worthy of Konstantin. Understandably, Konstantin was killed by the Twelve assassins he trained, given that he seemed destined to die at Villanelle’s hands.
Carolyn was the one who put Villanelle to death. At the MI6 London pub, Villanelle and Eve meet Carolyn and Pam for the last time, and Eve announces her plan to kill the Twelve during their secret meeting.
Carolyn’s go-to way of getting herself confessed to MI6 was to eliminate the Twelve – and everyone associated with them, including Villanelle. Even though Eve was successful in killing the Twelve thanks to Villanelle’s dirty work, it was Carolyn who outwitted everyone and emerged victorious in the end.
Regrettably, Konstantin leaves behind his troubled daughter, Irina, who has no idea what happened to her father or that his nemesis Villanelle is also dead at the end of Killing Eve. After Killing Eve season 4 flashbacks revealed how they met and fell in love in Berlin in 1979, Konstantin was able to tell Carolyn that he still loved her through Pam.
Despite Eve receiving the Tarot Card of Death as a red herring, Killing Eve managed to live up to its cryptic title. The title “Killing Eve” was never intended to be taken literally. Rather, the series has always been about Eve’s metaphorical death, which began with the first episode. Eve’s baptism echoed Villanelle’s at the start of Killing Eve season 4 when she lost Villanelle and rose to the surface of the Thames to scream in agony.