Eagle-eyed viewers will be able to spot a number of Kent locations when the final season of Killing Eve hits TV screens next week.
Stars from the popular Bafta-winning show were spotted filming in Margate last summer.
Two of the show's main stars - Jodie Comer who plays Villanelle, and Fiona Shaw who plays MI6 agent Carolyn Martens - were pictured filming near The Lido in Cliftonville and by photographer Frank Leppard.
It is believed the seaside town was used to double up for the Caribbean island of Cuba.
Local attractions and businesses where scenes were shot include Dreamland, the Lido Complex, The Nayland Rock Hotel and the Market Square, according to the Kent Film Office.
Filming also took place on the sea defence steps of Margate Beach, Margate Harbour Arm, Sand’s Café and Newgate Lower Promenade.
The Kent Film Office's website says: "Street filming featured some of the many different aspects of Margate, maximising the town’s rich architectural history from the Edwardian Nayland Rock Shelter, the Georgian Royal Crescent Promenade to the quirky, modern vibe of Market Street, Duke Street and Broad Street with their narrow streets and boutique shops.
"In contrast, All Saints Avenue gives a city feel, running alongside Arlington House with its brutalist architecture."
The Bafta-award winning show has proved one of the BBC's most popular drama series in recent years and also features Sandra Oh as Eve Polastri.
The love-hate relationship between Eve and Villanelle has kept viewers rapt since 2018.
And this is not the first time scenes for the show have been filmed in the county, according to the Kent Film Office.
For the opening scene of series one, episode five, production visited the M2 motorway in Medway and Nell’s Café, a popular roadside truck stop off the A2 near Gravesend.
In the scene, Eve and Elena (Kirby Howell-Baptiste) question Frank (Darren Boyd) about his connections to Villanelle and the criminal organisation she works for.
Nell's Cafe has welcomed a number of film crews and stars to the eatery over the years.
Series four of Killing Eve will will be available weekly on BBC iPlayer from Monday, February 28.