Sandra Oh reveals that the first time she met Killing Eve co-star Jodie Comer, she knew they’d have ‘good chemistry’ on screen together
They have consistently been amazed with their on-screen chemistry in Killing Eve.
And Sandra Oh admitted that the first moment she met co-star Jodie Comer at the show table, they read that they would be working well together.
The actress, 48, who was scheduled to appear from her home on the Friday night of The Graham Norton Show, explained, “ When we first met and read together for the first time, I knew we had good chemistry.
Gushing: Sandra Oh revealed on Friday’s Graham Norton Show that she knew the first time she met Killing Eve co-star Jodie Comer that they would have ‘good chemistry’ on screen together
“I could just see the way we listened together and I could feel the way we reacted to each other.”
Sandra and Jodie are currently starring in the third season of the show that started last month, with a fourth performance already confirmed.
In March, Sandra revealed that it’s the sense of mystery driving her sexually charged scenes with co-star Jodie.
She said she had an “ in-depth ” relationship with co-star Jodie, adding that she felt the magic of their electric scenes come together from a trust built up of three series of collaborations.
Candid: About how well their first table lecture went, Sandra said, “I could just tell from the way we listened together and I really felt how we reacted to each other.”
Sandra said The sun: ‘We really dive into the relationship. We both understand that there is a lot of mystery between Eve and Villanelle and we play it as such.
‘What usually happens is that Eve and Villanelle are told apart in terms of story and collide at some point and then have their storyline together.
“Jodie and I have a deep relationship. Now that we’ve done three seasons, we trust each other when the magic happens. That’s how we work on it. ‘
Confidence: Sandra spoke last month about her ‘profound’ relationship with co-star Jodie, saying she feels the magic of their electric scenes together stems from a built-up trust
But in April, showrunner Suzanne Heathcote claimed the drama could work without leading the ladies Villanelle or Eve.
The writer and producer spoke to Subway about the future of the series, as she discussed the possibility that the show could continue without any of the main characters, after season two ended with Eva being left for dead.
Admitting it could happen, Suzanne teased, “I’d say anything is possible in the world of Killing Eve. It is such a rich world and there are many beloved characters.
“That’s both the challenge and the joy and so you know, who knows? Who knows where it is going, but it will be something completely unexpected. ‘
Suzanne will step down from her role as showrunner for the fourth season, with Laura Education, Sex Education producer, taking her place.
Laura praised Laura as a ‘brilliant’ writer and said of her successor’s plans, ‘I know season four will be great. I don’t know what they make, but I know it will go well. ‘
Sandra appears on The Graham Norton Show alongside Stanley Tucci, comedians Rob Beckett and Romesh Ranganathan and Strictly’s Oti Mabuse.
The Graham Norton Show airs on BBC One on Friday, May 8 at 10:40 AM. It will also be available on BBC iPlayer.
Could it work? But in April, showrunner Suzanne Heathcote claimed the drama could work without leading ladies Villanelle or Eve because ‘anything is possible’