It’s been more than two a long time considering that Phoebe’s final venture debuted on BBC 3, winning big acclaim from critics and viewers, as well as a Tv set Bafta for its star.
‘Killing Eve’, an eight-section series, will not star Phoebe, while she is serving as the show’s executive producer and author, indicating supporters of the sharp humour showcased in ‘Fleabag’ are in for a take care of when the present airs on the two BBC A person and online on BBC 3.
In Phoebe’s on-display absence, Sandra Oh (very best regarded for her role in ’Grey’s Anatomy), stars as the titular Eve, an MI5 security guard who grows tired of her humdrum desk occupation, and winds up being tasked with monitoring down the mysterious assassin Villanelle, performed by Jodie Comer (of BBC Three’s ‘Thirteen’ and ‘Doctor Foster’), in a tense chase that evidently “turns the traditional spy-thriller on its head”.
Damian Kavanagh, Controller of BBC 3, explained ‘Killing Eve’ as “one of the most remarkable series of current times”, stating: “Not only do we get to perform with Phoebe once again, who is a fantastic author with a special voice, the fantastic Jodie Comer will be again on BBC 3 following her star flip in ‘Thirteen’.”
Sue Deeks, BBC Head of Programme Acquisition, added: “‘Killing Eve’ is a startlingly unique thriller. In flip the two chortle-out-loud funny and edge-of-your-seat gripping, Phoebe Waller-Bridge has crammed her new series with an array of wonderful people introduced to lifetime by a desire cast.”
As if a new BBC series with her name on it wasn’t remarkable ample for Phoebe, she’s also set to provide the voice of a new droid in the ‘Star Wars’ origin story, ‘Solo’.
A new series of ‘Fleabag’ is also anticipated to commence streaming on BBC 3 in 2019.