As of now, it’s a matter of counting down the days before the third season of The Boys premieres on Prime Video.
How About the Next Chapter’s Content?
Everything from frequent updates from the cast and crew to exciting new additions and exclusive behind-the-scenes talk is available to keep you up to know on what’s coming next in the franchise.
In other words, you’ll be the first to know as soon as we do.
Who Is in the Cast of the Boys Season 3?
Season three brings some exciting new faces to the show.
Having served in World War II and become “the first super superstar and a pillar of American society for decades,” Jensen Ackles, star of Supernatural, will play Soldier Boy. The more observant among you may have detected a resemblance to Captain America’s theme and style.
If you tell Marvel, they won’t believe you!
Also rumored to be joining the cast are The Walking Dead and Supernatural’s Jeffrey Dean Morgan, who Kripke says he’s already spoken to about a part. (Does Soldier Boy have a father?) Wouldn’t it be cool?
It’s not a done deal yet, but “the will is there and we’re both talking about it,” he added.
Laurie Holden, who plays the Crimson Countess on The Walking Dead, will return for season three. Her eye-catching outfit has her donning a crimson ensemble from head to toe.
Gunpowder is played by Sean Patrick Flanery from Dexter, Blue Hawk is played by Nick Wechsler from Revenge, and Supersonic is played by Miles Gaston Villanueva from Nancy Drew.
These are the first appearances of characters developed exclusively for the show.
Aside from those two, Deadline reports that Orphan Black actress Kristin Booth and Marcella actor Jack Doolan will portray TNT Twin Tesses TNT and Tommy respectively.
Frances Turner, who starred in HBO’s The Man in the High Castle, has been cast as a series regular. Mother’s Milk’s wife, Monique, is portrayed by her.
So Who’s Returning From Last Season, as Far as the Cast Is Concerned?
Actors include Antony Starr (Homelander), Jessie T Usher (A-Train) Karen Fukuhara (Kimiko), Nate Mitchell (Black Noir), Jack Quaid (Hughie Campbell), Laz Alonso (Mother’s Milk), Erin Moriarty (Annie/Starlight), Chace Crawford (The Deep) and Dominique McElligot (Queen Maeve) among many more.
After Crawford left him traumatized for life with his prosthesis, we were startled to see Quaid return.
“As a result, “the first thing I saw for three weeks every single day was a severed Chace Crawford-with-gills chest,” he added (via Insider) “So the first thing I saw every single day was a severed Chace Crawford chest.” It was driving me crazy.”
In January 2022, Jack informed The Wrap what to anticipate from his role “We cover a lot of fresh ground, in my opinion. I believe our characters appear in settings where they have never been before, and I can’t wait for people to witness that. Wow, that’s exciting. I’m stumped.
“What more can I say other than I had the most pleasure filming this season than any previous since the cast and crew have become like one big family now. At this point, it’s like second nature to me, and I really like it. We did a great job, and I can’t wait to show it to everyone.”
As recently as March 2021, Aya Cash said it was doubtful that Stormfront will return for season three.
She told Entertainment Weekly, “I want to know whether she’ll be returning, too.” “Right now, I’m not there. This Country, a new Fox series, features my acting talents. When my contract with The Boys expired, I don’t know what would happen. My face may be included in the CGI.” You may have heard of Daisy May Cooper and Charlie Cooper’s BBC comedy, This Country, which has subsequently been renamed Welcome To Flatch in the US.)
Showrunner Kripke, on the other hand, has confirmed that she is still alive and well.
“She’s not dead,” he said to The Wrap, according to the gossip site. “She’s now known as “Stumpfront.” No matter what happens, she’ll always be a disfigured, stubby little Nazi, which we felt was the appropriate penalty for a person who so strongly believed in the purity of the Aryan race.”
Who Knows What Will Happen in the Boys’ Third Season
Eric does have an ending that he loves and is working towards, Rogen hinted while speaking with GamesRadar.
However, it was all he was prepared to share with us at the time.
The first episode’s title is also known to us… ‘Payback,’ while the music plays. This is a nod to our new hero, Soldier Boy, and his involvement with Stormfront from the comics. To Kripke’s explanation in an interview with TV Guide, Soldier Boy has “been a staple of Vought’s for decades…”, all these ties make sense.
We’re putting out a timeline of how the characters of Vought fit together,” he said, adding that Soldier Boy was aware of Stormfront as Liberty.
To say that the season two finale is a game-changer would be an understatement. Although the Boys have escaped from Vought Tower, Homelander is still incarcerated inside. Don’t be shocked if Queen Maeve’s blackmailing strategy backfires at some point in season three. He had his own sticky ending.
Television Line quotes Starr as saying that season three is her favorite “One of the most pleasant seasons of television I’ve ever been a part of.
Just wait for season three and you’ll get your money’s worth… the wait will be worth it.
On season two, “I had a terrific time, and I think we accomplished something pretty unique there where we moved it next-level in many respects from season one, and really, it’s just the continuation of that.”
He went on to say: “Throughout season three, I’m always eager to see what the authors, these crazy guys, have in store for us, and it’s a wonderful sensation to be startled and delighted every time you turn a page.
Fans will “freak out” in season three, “All I can say is that I am certain of this.”
Ultimately, the most significant shift occurs in the shape of a shocking turn of events. Victoria Neuman’s position on Vought is unclear. Perhaps she’s attempting to profit from the certain upheaval that will occur.
When asked by GamesRadar about Victoria Neuman’s season three trajectory, Doumit offered her opinions to the publication. “I can’t wait to learn more about her past and how she ended up where she is now. As a bonus, I can’t wait to watch her f**k up and blow some minds.”
Also contributing was Black Noir’s Nathan Mitchell “It’s fascinating because you’re forced to form a friendship with strangers. Homelander has doubts about both Maeve and Starlight. Noir is wary of Maeve after his fight with Starlight.”
Looks Like There Will Be a Lot of Chaos in Season Three Because of the Many Dynamics
There is also a possibility that season three may lay the groundwork for a future spin-off series based on the Vought superheroes as they train at school.
Deadline quotes Kripke as saying, “We’ve clearly been a political and satirical program.” “We wanted to explore both the recent history of Vought, the corporation featured in the program, as well as the recent history of the United States via the lens of the Vought tale. The stories we tell ourselves to justify our sense of self-righteousness piqued our curiosity, and we began to see the United States of America as a mythological construct.
“‘The terrorists are coming to get you’re used to be the boogeyman for you to be afraid of in earlier seasons. “Your neighbor is coming to get you” has now evolved into a more sinister “Your neighbor is coming to grab you.” As a result, I’m concerned about how politics are polarising us. As a result, we’d want to investigate what it actually means to be an American.”
In a roundtable discussion, Kripke also said that they will not avoid COVID-19. “Season three is going to be a lot about the government’s reaction to COVID in the United States, even if it isn’t about that virus explicitly. And I predict that symbolically speaking, you’ll see that.”
The Trailer for the Third Season of the Boys Has Been Out, but When Can I See It?
Here’s your first taste of what’s to come. With Homelander’s smile mask slipping in front of a crowd of cameras and an anxious Ashley, it’s exactly what you’d expect (Colby Minifie). We’d start recording farewell messages for our loved ones right now if we were in attendance at the press conference since the first person to walk out of line would be toast. Toast that has been lasered to a crisp and served with jam is what you’ll find here.
Please bookmark this page and check back often, as we anticipate additional comprehensive trailers in the run-up to the June 3 release date.
When Will the Third Season of the Boys Premiere?
Season three of “The Boys” will premiere on June 3, 2022. The official release date was revealed by the show’s crew on January 7.
The third season began filming on February 24, 2021 and was officially completed on September 17, 2021.
Seasons 1 and 2 of The Boys were distributed weekly instead of in a single massive drop, which is unusual for a streaming service.
The upcoming episodes are expected to face the same delays as the previous ones, possibly due to the requirement for elaborate special effects.
As a back-up, we have spies at Vought International, Congresswoman Neuman’s desk, the Haitian Kings’ bunker, and a trained mouse in Love Sausage’s room at the Sage Grove Centre hidden under the floorboards in case things go pear-shaped.