‘Killing Eve’ Series Finale Review: Bury Your Gays, We Meet Again

Killing Eve series finale
Comments (7)
  1. Robert Pettengill says:

    This review is spot-on. I’m neither queer nor female, just a writer who delights in good writing, and I feel my personal investment in these characters and my trust in this show have just been carelessly, pointlessly abused.

  2. Katherine says:

    Thank you for perfectly and beautifully writing your thoughts that are such a reflection of my own. Comforting to know I’m not the only one in pain.

  3. Henri says:

    thank you, thank you, thank you for this beautiful article, it is so spot-on and reflects exactly how I feel about this finale but would not be able to put into words. Those final moments were so violent and I don’t even mean just because Villanelle got shot but because of its bigger implications for us as queer people, looking to see ourselves represented in a true and hopeful way in media. Representation matters so much and it is particularly heartbreaking to see this show and the romantic dynamic it so beautifully built around Eve and Villanelle be destroyed in such an aggressive fashion. I love/ loved this show so much and it helped me through a lot of dark times, it was a source of comfort and escape and I really hope that all the many queers who turned to this show for the same reasons will be able to still find comfort in those first 40 minutes of the episode. My heart goes out to everyone who is still recoverying from this!

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