After a frustratingly long wait, Killing Eve season three is finally here. It’ll be airing in the US and Canada on April 12, and in many other countries the following day. Read on to find out how you can live stream Killing Eve for free, from anywhere, with a VPN.

You should note that this post will only recommend official sources. While unscrupulous websites often host unauthorized live streams of popular shows like Killing Eve, they’re often of a very poor quality, with laggy, low-resolution video. Further, these streams run the risk of being taken offline by the show’s copyright holder partway through so you may not even see the end. As you can watch Killing Eve season three for free, there’s no reason to use unreliable, unlicensed sources.

To watch Killing Eve on your usual services while traveling abroad, you’ll need a VPN. 

How to watch Killing Eve abroad with a VPN

With the right VPN, it’s easy to bypass regional restrictions. Follow the steps below to unblock and stream Killing Eve season three from anywhere.

Here’s how to watch Killing Eve season 3 online from anywhere:

  1. First of all, sign up for a suitable VPN. We recommend using ExpressVPN, although NordVPN and CyberGhost are both high-quality, low-cost alternatives.
  2. Download and install the VPN software. There will be a few different versions so make sure to get the relevant app for your device.
  3. Choose which of the official sources below you’d like to use.
  4. Connect to one of your VPN’s servers in the appropriate country. For example, you’d use an Irish server to unblock RTÉ abroad.
  5. Try playing a video on your chosen site. It should start right away but if not, clear your browser’s cookies and cache, then try refreshing the page.

As Killing Eve will be streamed live, we strongly recommend testing your VPN with the steps above before each episode begins. By doing so, you ensure that if anything doesn’t work as expected, you’ll still have time to get help from your VPN’s customer support team. This approach also makes it less likely that you’ll miss part of an episode.

How to watch Killing Eve season 3 for free on UK TV

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The first episode of Killing Eve season 3 will be available on BBC iPlayer from 6 AM on April 13. If you’d prefer, you can also stream it on-demand at a more reasonable time. Not quite caught up? Don’t worry: BBC iPlayer currently has every episode from the first two seasons as well.

This platform is free to use, although you will have to create an account first. Despite asking for your postal code during registration, this isn’t actually used to determine your location, and any UK postal code will work. British law requires you to have a TV license in order to use BBC iPlayer but the service doesn’t verify this, instead, relying entirely on an honor system.

BBC iPlayer is geo-restricted. As such, you’ll have to either be in the UK or connected to a British VPN server to watch. ExpressVPN’s 30-day money-back guarantee ensures you can try it risk-free. If you’re unimpressed, just cancel to receive a full refund.

Where else can I watch Killing Eve season 3 online?

Killing Eve is a hugely popular show and it should come as no surprise that it’ll be shown in several countries around the world. Take a look below to find out how to stream Killing Eve wherever you are.

USA

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American fans have plenty of options when it comes to watching the new season. If you have a cable TV subscription, you can sign in to BBC America’s website and watch the premiere live at 9 PM EST.

Don’t worry, though; there are several over-the-top platforms (DirecTV Now, fuboTV, Hulu, Philo, and YouTube TV) that will enable you to watch AMC, another channel showing the series live. We recommend Hulu’s base subscription as it includes the entire first two seasons and is far less expensive than others ($5.99 per month instead of around $45). You won’t be able to watch new episodes live, but they’re generally added shortly after they finish airing on TV.

All of the services above are geo-restricted and only available in the US. Although you can sign up for Hulu from anywhere using a gift card, you’ll need a VPN to use it from other countries.

USTV Now is a streaming service designed to let members of the American armed forces watch TV from back home when out of the country. Despite this, it doesn’t actually check to see if you’re in the military or not. The premium subscription lets you watch AMC (and as a result, Killing Eve) and costs $19.99 USD per month, with a one-week free trial. Best of all, USTV Now allows you to register even if your payment method isn’t linked to a US address. USTV Now isn’t region-locked but we still recommend using a VPN as they reduce the risk of having your connection throttled by your Internet Service Provider.

Canada

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CTV will be airing season three an hour after it’s shown in the US (10 PM EST). However, there’s a catch: this platform requires users to log in with their cable provider details before they can watch anything, live or not. Further, there’s no support for over-the-top providers.

If you’re looking to catch up before the new season starts, you can take advantage of Crave’s one-month trial. This service usually costs $9.99 CAD per month, but you can just sign up, watch the first two seasons, and cancel to avoid being charged.

Crave and CTV are only available in Canada, meaning you’ll need a VPN to access them while abroad.

Australia

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Australian fans can stream the new series on ABC iview. There’ll be a new episode every Saturday at 12 PM from April 13. Note that these will likely only be available on-demand for a week or so afterward.

One of the best things about this platform is that it’s completely free. Further, there’s no need to create an account. ABC iview is region-locked, but you can still use it from abroad by connecting to one of your VPN’s Australian servers. Need a VPN? ExpressVPN comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee, meaning if you’re unsatisfied, you can just cancel to claim a full refund.

Killing Eve season 3 cast

While the cast remains largely unchanged, there have been a few new additions. Below, we’ve broken down all the major players in Killing Eve season 3.

  • Sandra Oh as Eve
  • Jodie Comer as Villanelle
  • Fiona Shaw as Carolyn Martens
  • Kim Bodnia as Konstantin
  • Owen McDonnell as Niko Polastri
  • Sean Delaney as Kenny Stowton