Of course, we now have to look at what sort of characters/worlds would be ideal for a spin-off, and by and large, our attention directs back to Fiona Shaw as Carolyn. If you were to do a spin-off with either Eve or Villanelle, we don’t think it would work — you’d basically be doing a halfhearted, complete version of what you have right now. Carolyn is a complex character on her own, however, and there could be something more there just like there was with Saul Goodman from Breaking Bad.
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Speaking in a new interview with E! News, Fiona Shaw herself did admit to being open to the idea of a spin-off, though admitted that nothing is altogether confirmed on that right now:
“People are interested in the potential of it … I don’t know what will happen there but I can only say that I love the work.”
Season 4 showrunner Laura Neal has said in the past that she’d love to watch a Carolyn spin-off, so at the very least, we’d consider this something to watch over the next few weeks and months. We know that Killing Eve is successful enough to merit a spin-off; it just comes down to if it will happen.
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