The Boys season 3: It may be some way off, but there’s loads to get excited about. The Amazon Prime Video superhero series, after all. It covers a season that saw popping heads, shock deaths. And someone called Love Sausage includes.
Surprisingly, there are several teases already of what to anticipate. That’s all notwithstanding the release date not being official. And filming has not got underway yet. In our complete guide to the new season. We’ve got story teases, exclusive conversations, and hints about something called a “Herogasm.” You’re not going to want to miss this.
The Boys season 3 release date: filming start date intimates a 2022 return!
The Boys season 3 release date hasn’t published yet. But that doesn’t suggest we have no sense of when it’ll land.
If the filming listing is accurate and things do end in August. Also, that could be bad advice for The Boys season 3 announcement date landing in 2021. Suppose we’re developing a similar pattern to previous seasons. And expect it to arrive in the first few periods of 2022 at the earliest. Except they put all the cast and team on Compound V, that is.
The Boys season 3 cast: who’s new, who’s staying, and who could be leaving.
The returning cast will include:
- Karl Urban (Billy Butcher),
- Jack Quaid (Hughie),
- Tomer Kapon (Frenchie)
- Erin Moriarty (Starlight),
- Antony Starr (Homelander),
- Chace Crawford (The Deep),
- Dominique McElligott (Queen Maeve),
- Laz Alonso (Mother’s Milk),
- Jessie T Usher (A-Train),
- Karen Fukuhara (Kimiko)
- and Giancarlo Esposito (Stan Edgar).
The Boys trailer:
The trailer for The Boys season three hasn’t yet. Are you crazed? They’ve not asked any of season three. However, and season two JUST ended. A little patience, please.
With that said, watch this place for any teasers when they are released.
The Boys season 3 plot:
Some clues from the season two finale could give us a hint about where The Boys’ story will go next, with Hughie joining the campaign of mysterious congresswoman Victoria Neuman (Claudia Doumit) after her true colors were reveal in the most recent episode.
“Similarly, there is a corrupt politician in the books named Vic Neuman. And through him, they kind of dig into some of the seedier sides of politics,” Kripke told Collider.