The Boys turned into a hit Amazon when its next season fell on the Prime Video stage in the summer of our discontent (a.k.a. summer 2020). The R-rated superhero satire from Supernatural creator Eric Kripke still retains the name to get a most-watched global launch from any Amazon original series, it gave Netflix some contest by breaking into Nielsen’s top 10 streaming evaluations chart for the first time, and its prevalence gave way to a spin-off series to further research this world of corrupt, out-of-control supes. So, where can the series go from here? Towards more mayhem, naturally.

Release Date Of The Boys Season 3

While the series has already been renewed, Amazon hasn’t yet scheduled a release date. However, now that most TV shows have successfully returned to filming despite the ongoing pandemic, The Boys is expected to go into production in ancient 2021. If things go well, it is likely Season 3 will begin airing in autumn 2021 at the earliest. The Boys Season 2 release on September 4, 2020. So if all goes to plan, possibly Season 3 will arrive in early September of 2021.

Cast Of The Series

The characters and cast of The Boys season 3 is not yet out, but we’ll inform you regarding the cast and characters of their previous seasons.

  • Karl Urban- William “Billy” Butcher
  • Antony Starr- John / Homelander
  • Jack Quaid-Hugh “Hughie” Campbell Jr..
  • Dominique McElligott- Maggie Shaw / Queen Maeve
  • Erin Moriarty- Annie January / Starlight
  • Jessie T. Usher- Reggie Franklin / A-Train
  • Nathan Mitchell- Black Noir
  • Chace Crawford- Kevin Moskowitz / the Deep
  • Laz Alonso- Marvin T. Milk / Mother’s Milk
  • Karen Fukuhara- Kimiko Miyashiro / the Female

The Boys Season 3 Plot

Since the second season of this Amazon Prime Video series will conclude with the launch of the finale episode on October 9, fans can not truly be certain what to expect of any future seasons. It is anybody’s guess which characters will stick around, and whether Kripke and the writers behind the series will throw a curveball that could completely change the length of the show in later events.

Obviously, the series relies on Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson’s comic-book series of the exact same name, so fans might potentially get hints at future plot points or personalities from there. But the Amazon series is clearly an adaptation that could conceivably go in any way.

For the most part, reviews of season 2 of The Boys are great. There’s no reason to believe that the group behind the show will not keep bringing the show that fans adore via the third season.