The Big Bang Theory’s Mayim Bialik is a massive Killing Eve fan

TBBT’s Mayim has revealed that she’s a big Killing Eve fan (Picture: CBS)

The Big Bang Theory’s Mayim Bialik knows a good TV show when she sees one.

That’s why the Amy Farrah Fowler actress has declared herself part of the Killing Eve appreciation society – and we finally feel understood.

Despite admitting that she’s ‘not really a big TV watcher’ – a curious confession from the TBBT favourite – the 43-year-old praised the ‘wild’ BBC America show and its ‘delightful’ leading ladies.

‘Boy, did I love season one!’ Mayim wrote on her blog Grok Nation. ‘I haven’t read the books the series is based on, but I love a good mystery.

Jodie Comer brought Villanelle to life in Killing Eve (Picture: BBC)

‘I also love strong female characters and solid actors. I love absurdity and the mixture of tragedy and comedy. I love this show.’

Mayim discovered the first season four months ago, so she skipped the agonising wait for Season 2 that came to an end for US fans last week.

She continued: ‘I’m not really a big TV watcher, so completing an entire season of a show was kind of a big deal for me. Once I finished, it hit me: I have to wait for the second season!’

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Former Blossom actress Mayim praised Sandra Oh as a ‘pleasant discovery,’ after failing to get into Greys Anatomy and said that British star Jodie Comer was a ‘delight’ – in spite of her menacing character.

Killing Eve returned for Season 2 on BBC America on Sunday, but fans in the UK may have to wait until all eight episodes have aired overseas until the show can commence on British screens.

The newest batch of episodes will see Villanele and Eve Polastri go head-to-head once more as their tug-of-love-and-war gets even more complicated.

And, after just one episode, Killing Eve has been renewed for Season 3, so there’s plenty more drama in store.



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