Killing Eve's Sandra Oh steps out in workout gear

Killing Eve's Sandra Oh steps out in workout gear
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    She stars as MI6 agent Eve Polastri in BBC hit show Killing Eve. And Sandra Oh, 47, was glued to her phone as she stepped out in workout gear on Tuesday, after it was revealed that there will be a third season of the show  The actress, who also starred in Gray's Anatomy, wore two plaits in her hair as she exited her car wearing blue leggings and a grey sweater   Wonder woman: Killing Eve's Sandra Oh was glued to her phone as she stepped out in workout gear in LA on Tuesday as it emerged there WILL be a third season of the hit BBC showThe acclaimed actress continued to wear a gold wedding band on her finger    She is thought to be in a relationship with artist Lev Rukhin but it is not known if they are married  Sandra was previously married to film director Alexander Payne from 2003-2006.  Stepping out: The acclaimed actress continued to wear a gold wedding band on her finger amid speculation she has tied the knot (not visible in this picture)Killing Eve season two aired in America weeks ago but Brits have been flocking to iPlayer in their droves to catch up with their Stateside counterparts   The show was initially adapted from Luke Jennings' books by Phoebe Waller-Bridge, of Fleabag fame Waller-Bridge has now handed over to a new show runner, Emerald Fennell. Role: Sandra plays MI6 agent Eve Polastri in Killing Eve, who falls for psychopath Villanelle, played by Jodie Comer Partner: Sandra is thought to be in a relationship with Lev Rukhin (pictured together in 2016)The show has been branded a drama of tone: it is savage but strangely touching; outlandish but intimate; psychopathic but humane; and violent but blissfully funny The new season - which dropped on iPlayer last, after the first episode debuted on BBC One - was requested 2 6m times in the first 36 hours of it being available.Episode one alone was requested 864,000 times – up 79 percent on the season 1 opener - and peaked when 3 7m people tuned in to watch it when it aired live at 9:15PM in the UK.Charlotte Moore, BBC Director of Content, said: 'We know people loved the first series of Killing Eve and so it's no surprise audiences have flocked to series two   Love: The second season sees the aftermath of Eve stabbing Villanelle, with their obsession with one another gathering pace 
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