2. Killing Eve (BBC America)
Two women — one brusque, bored, and seething with indignation, the other impish, incorrigible, and deadly — stalk each other across Europe, sinking deeper into a mutual obsession. MI5 officer Eve (Sandra Oh, profoundly sardonic) wants more from her job, her husband, her life, and she finds it in Villanelle (the peerless Jodie Comer), a narcissistic assassin whose disdain for society’s moral code holds Eve in thrall. A snappy spy adventure with car chases and cliff-hangers, disguises and double crosses, Eve is a savagely funny journey through the vast and varied landscape of female rage.