The popular superhero series The Boys, produced by Sony Pictures Television and Amazon Studios, will air its fourth season on Amazon Prime Video.
A week after the third season premiere of the Emmy-nominated comedy, star Karl Urban confirmed that he was filming for season four.
“We knew the show was continuing to get even bolder — an impressive feat considering the wild success of the Emmy-nominated second season,” said Vernon Sanders, Amazon Studios’ global television head, from the first conversation he had with Eric Kripke and the creative team about Season Three of The Boys.
“The Boys” continues to break new ground in storytelling while keeping its promise of being both entertaining and relatable. The show’s stylized universe has a massive global audience based on its debut weekend viewership.
“We are immensely proud of the actors and crew who have developed a franchise,” he said of “The Boys,” Amazon Prime Video’s streaming service.
Season 2 Recap
The Boys, based on Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson’s bestselling comic book, was an instant hit when it premiered in 2019. The second season will consist of six episodes, each airing once a week from September to October of 2020.
Every Friday until the season finale on July 8, new episodes of The Boys Season 3 will be available on Prime Video.
To that end, it has spawned two spin-offs: The Boys Presents: Diabolical, an animated anthology series, and an untitled series set at America’s only school for young adult superheroes
Karl Urban, Jack Quaid, Antony Starr, Jessie T. Usher, Dominique McElligott, Laz Alonso, Chace Crawford, Tomer Capone, Karen Fukuhara, Nathan Mitchell, Colby Minifie, and Jensen Ackles are among the cast members of Season 3 of The Boys.
On behalf of the cast and crew, Kripke stated, “We’re grateful to Sony and Amazon for embracing the show and allowing us to make more.” We’re excited to continue Butcher and the Boys’ war against Homelander and the Seven, as well as their commentary on the bizarre society we live in.” For the first time in history, bursting penises have resulted in increased popularity in popular culture.
Kripke created The Boys and also serves as executive producer, showrunner, and writer. What happens when superheroes who are as well-known as celebrities, as powerful as politicians, and revered as gods abuse their abilities instead of putting them to good use? This is the topic of this entertaining and satirical study.
The Boys continue their heroic quest to uncover the truth about The Seven and Vought, the multibillion-dollar corporation that manages the superheroes and conceals their dark secrets. What appears to be little versus what appears to be incomprehensible is at stake here.
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