Fans of KILLING Eve couldn’t help but be confused when the new series took a very “strange” turn in tonight’s episode.
In the latest installment, fans were confused by a strange episode when Villanelle transformed into Jesus.
Season four got off to a disturbing start last week as viewers watched Villanelle try to repent of her sins.
She stops herself from killing the vicar’s daughter and even tries to baptize herself – but this leaves fans in doubt as to whether or not the assassin will actually uncover a new leaf.
In the second season, Vilanelle exhibits a doppelganger vision of herself as Jesus Christ, as she enters a Christian community in London to try to prove she’s not a bad person.
Last week, the Russian female assassin became obsessed with christening and invited Eve to show her that she’s changed.
But when Eve didn’t show up, she vented her anger at May and nearly engulfed her.
Frustrated that God wasn’t talking to her, Villanelle now imagines Jesus, who looks and sounds like her, as her spiritual guide.
However, viewers couldn’t help but be alarmed by the concept and took to Twitter, with one commenting: “It’s all so weird… I don’t care about tonight’s episode. #KillingEve”
Another posted: “Killing Eve has always been a bit weird and weird but this last series is ridiculous and I’m really struggling to understand what the hell is going on.”
“#KillingEve has become seriously weird,” another commented.
The fourth sentence repeats: “Don’t know what’s going on in #KillingEve. Anyone have any ideas? This series is a bit confusing for me!”
“I can’t say I love this Killing Eve series, it’s all just too weird for me,” another tweeted.
Last week some viewers threatened “boycott” fourth season and raged that the BBC should have “undercut the show after the first series.
Fans were desperate to “shut down” for the first 20 minutes, saying they were confused why Villanelle is now posing as an angel worshiper.
The female assassin then reverts to her usual murderous way of killing a pet cat from the house she was seeking refuge in.
But some BBC viewers reached for their remotes, saying they were tired of the same premise being repeated over and over in every series.
One person wrote: “Yeah, just turn it off and won’t mind the rest of the series. Shame on you.”
Another posted: “Should have ended in series one…with Eve dead. #KillingEve.”
“A bit like *** e started, maybe a series too far.. #killingeve,” a third commented.
Not all fans were disappointed, however, with many thrilled to get another dose of their favorite villain.
Summary of part four says that Sandra OhEve Polastri’s is on a quest for revenge, while Villanelle has found a new community to try to prove she’s not a “monster”.
After killing Paul, Carolyn went to an unusually long distance to continue her pursuit of The Twelve and the one who ordered the attack on Kenny.
Driven by passion, revenge and obsession, season four builds on “the end of a messy, nuanced, and utterly glorious series”.
Jodie said she hopes the fourth series will deliver a “nice and satisfying” ending for fans.
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https://www.the-sun.com/entertainment/tv/4881739/killing-eve-complaint-season-4-strange/ Killing Eve fans all share the same complaint about the ‘strange’ plot of season 4.