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Though we're all still waiting on a potential Cristina Yang return to Grey's Anatomy, in the meantime the Canadian actress will be busy filming another installment of her hit series. Killing Eve's Sandra Oh will be back with the third season.

Though we're all still waiting on a potential Cristina Yang return to Grey's Anatomy, in the meantime the Canadian actress will be busy filming another installment of her hit series. Killing Eve's Sandra Oh will be back with the third season.

BBC confirmed the return in a video titled "New for 2020" posted yesterday.

The Nepean-born actress has starred in the show since 2018 and the new decade marks the third year she'll be on screen.

Besides a quick one-second shot on her costar, Jodie Comer, no other information was shared by the broadcaster about the upcoming season.

The plot centres around Oh's character Eve Polastri, an investigator for British intelligence whose job it is to capture the psychopathic assassin Villanelle (played by Comer). The two develop a cat and mouse-like relationship and their unexpected obsessive bond makes killing each other more difficult.

You can expect a slightly different set of twists and turns in the new season since the new writer, Suzanne Heathcote, will take over. Season two was headed by Emerald Fennell and season one had head writer Phoebe Waller-Bridge. 

Other stars include Fiona Shaw, Darren Boyd, Owen McDonnell, and Kirby Howell-Baptiste. 

Also included to be returning in BBC's series are His Dark Materials, Doctor Who, Line of Duty, King Gary, Ghosts, Our Girl, Best Home Cook, The A Word, The Wall, The Greatest Dancer, All Round to Mrs. Brown's, Peter Kay's Comedy Shuffle, and Call The Midwife. 

Upcoming brand new shows include Noughts + Crosses, Little Mix The Search, January 22nd, The Pale Horse, Black Narcissus, A Suitable Boy, The Serpent, Roadkill, and The Nest.

You still have time to catch up on the first two seasons of the BBC production before its release date which hasn't been announced yet.

While you wait, enjoy this dramatic moment between the two women when Eve hired Villanelle to kill her and ends up getting pranked instead. The mutual obsession will continue into season three. 

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