Killing Eve casts Harry Potter actor in season 2
Killing Eve's second season is shaping up nicely, with two new stars now joining the fray.
Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire and The Inbetweeners actor Henry Lloyd-Hughes, who played Roger Davies in the blockbuster and school bully Mark Donovan in the comedy series, will appear alongside Colette's Shannon Tarbet, according to Entertainment Weekly.
While their specific roles have not been unveiled, they will join other new cast members including Nina Sosanya, Edward Bluemel and Julian Barratt.
Filming for season two of the acclaimed BBC drama is currently underway, with one on-set picture hinting that one particular character may be alive.
Writer Phoebe Waller-Bridge will not be returning to pen the second series, with duties instead falling to Call the Midwife star and The Crown's new Camilla Parker Bowles Emerald Fennell.
That was something that initially worried star Jodie Comer, who said: "It never put me off but it initially worried me, because I think what everyone knows is that Phoebe is so unique and her voice is so distinctive."
Luckily, it seems the scripts are looking as brilliant as ever, with Jodie adding: "You think, 'Oh god – is anyone else going to be able to take the reins?' And you have Emerald who is so brilliant and also a very close friend of Phoebe, so they have a very similar sense of humour, and Emerald really understands the characters and the tone of the show.
"I've been really excited by the script and where the characters go."
Killing Eve is available to watch on BBC iPlayer. The second series is expected to air in 2019.
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