BBC America's Killing Eve, about a female assassin and the MI5 officer chasing her, took the world by storm last year.
Now the show is gearing up for a highly anticipated second season, set to kick off April 7.
Here's everything we learned.
1.Season 2 picks up 30 seconds after the end of Season 1.
Eve has no idea if Villanelle is alive after she stabbed her at the end of Season 1 because the wounded assassin escaped her flat before Eve could help her.
Of course, based on the first images of the new season (and because there wouldn't be a show without her), we know that Villanelle has survived and is only wounded.
You're going to see a new side of Villanelle. "At the start of the season we see Villanelle in a different way. She has no control of the situation," teased Comer who plays the role of Villanelle.
She noted that Eve stabbing Villanelle will affect both characters in a way that neither woman is expecting.
"You see them vulnerable in slightly different ways because they've crossed a line and there's kind of no going back," added Sandra Oh who plays the role of Eve.
"We have a lot of energy at the beginning of the season and that pushes both of them into a different place of vulnerability."
2.Villanelle's clothing is still incredibly eye-catching.
At the start of the panel, BBC America revealed a short trailer for the new season, and fans will be quite delighted by the outfits Villanelle wears in the first few episodes of the new season, but probably not in the way they're expecting.
3.There's a new female assassin in Season 2.
And it's going to cause some issues between Eve and Villanelle, probably.
4.The show continues to travel to great locales.
The women weren't very forthcoming when discussing where the show would take viewers in Season 2 — whenever possible, they actually film on location — but executive producer Woodward-Gentle did confirm we'll visit Rome in Season 2 before also hinting at locations via food, including hagelslag, which is from the Netherlands.
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