In an industry designed to give a creative elite most of the "best" opportunities, Killing Eve is actively trying something different.
It's not uncommon in this pop culture day and age for a woman-centric show to market around its on-screen feminist ideals... as it should. But it's much rarer for female-led shows to put their money where their mouth is behind the scenes, not only with women in positions of creative authority, but in systems that actively support and foster the promotion of new talent in those highest of creative roles.
This is the rare case with Killing Eve, which has intentionally had a different woman showrunner for each season. Emmy-winner Phoebe Waller-Bridge created the show and served as its head writer in Season 1 before passing the baton to Emerald Fennell in Season 2, who then passed it on to Suzanne Heathcote for Season 3, which will premiere in April.