We know, we know. Everyone in your life has been telling you that Killing Eve has been blowing their collective minds, and even awards season has made it obvious that you need to check out this show. But it's on BBC America and do you even get that network? Never fear, friends, AMC is here to save the day!

The Los Angeles Times reports that Killing Eve's highly anticipated season season will not only air on BBC America but on its sister network, AMC, as well. The episodes will be simulcast on both networks, making the show available to millions of more people since AMC reaches a larger number of households these days. After all, AMC has hosted some of the most-watched series on television, including The Walking Dead, Breaking Bad and Mad Men.

"It's a great opportunity to expose more people to Killing Eve," AMC Networks Chief Operating Officer Ed Carroll told the The Los Angeles Times of the unusual programming choice. "These times demand trying some nonconventional methods. And if you have a platform as big and broad as AMC, then it seems like a good thing to try."

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As for catching up on Season 1, you can watch all eight episodes of the first season on Hulu!

Killing Eve returns Sunday, April 7 at 8/7c.

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