‘KILLING EVE’S’ WOMEN-LED CREW IS THE NORM FOR SANDRA OH AND JODIE COMER

Though it's generally seen as unusual, the actors revealed that working with female crews was a common experience they shared.

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Though it’s generally seen as unusual, the actors revealed that working with female crews was a common experience they shared.

Killing Eve has been lauded for many things: its dark humor, stylish costumes and the cat-and-mouse relationship at its core. It’s also been acclaimed for being a female-led show, both in front of and behind the camera.

In an industry where women make up only 27 percent of behind-the-scenes roles on television, that seems quite radical, but when The Hollywood Reporter spoke to Jodie Comer and Sandra Oh about it, the pair explained that for them, it was actually the norm.

“You know what? I was about to say I’d had the fortunate luck, and that is true, but it’s also down to who’s hired me,” said Oh. “I’ve worked with a lot of women.”

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