Killing Eve season 3 has arrived on Blu-Ray.
Season 3 saw Suzanne Heathcote take over as the show’s head writer, and picked up six months after the previous season. Villanelle (Jodie Comer) is planning her wedding in Spain, seemingly en route to a normal life. But of course, that doesn’t last and she’s soon drawn back onto a collision course with her frenemy Eve (Sandra Oh), as well as other threats old and new.
The set can currently be purchased on Amazon for $19.99 (as of this writing). Here are all of the details you need to know about it.
Killing Eve season 3 Blu-Ray details
The latest season arrives on Blu-Ray with some high quality video and audio: it comes in 1080p high-def widescreen, with a DTS-HD 5.1 audio track. In general, you’re getting an excellent presentation of the show here.
There are English subtitles for anyone who is hard of hearing.
Where the set falls a little short is that it doesn’t have anything for viewers who may not have English as their first language. There is no support for anything other than English; that’s surprising given that most sets have at least one foreign language audio or subtitle track. Even Universal’s otherwise bare-bones set for Chicago PD released this year came with French access.
While it’s not a must to have foreign language support on a U.S. release, given the broad appeal of the show, you’d think there might be one or two others included.
Killing Eve season 3 Blu-Ray special features
When it comes to bonus material, this AMC Studios set has a fair amount, but it’s all in the form of behind-the-scenes featurettes. There are no deleted or extended scenes, bloopers, commentaries or other options.
The eight—yes, eight—featurettes total 24 minutes, so that’s approximately three minutes per. The titles are somewhat self-explanatory, though no official description of any of them was given with this release.
They’re listed as “The Spice Kill,” “The Bitter Pill,” “Meet the Team,” “Konstantin’s World,” “The Family Home,” “The Locations,” “Dasha” and “Psychology of a Killer.” It goes without saying, don’t watch any of these until you’ve seen all of the season; the titles make it clear that some of them cover spoilery topics.
Still, with the set coming in around $20 at the moment, it’s a steal for a great series and Killing Eve fans will want to pick it up immediately.
Killing Eve season 3 can be ordered on Blu-Ray or DVD now through Amazon.