The third season of The Boys is in production for some months now. Fans are starting to panic and there are no release date. The Sony Pictures series has begun to ask its fans about its release date. Twitter account for Amazon Prime said: “Every time that you ask when season 3 will be out, the release date moves back one-day. We will see you in 2033! Jack Quaid, series star, quickly responded with “Yeah, but… which month in 2033?”
The details of the third season of the series are not known except for two things. The cast has added Jensen Ackles, a Supernatural star, to the role of Vought superhero Soldier Boy. An episode will feature the “Herogasm” storyline from Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson’s comic series. In an earlier interview, series creator Eric Kripke spoke out about the challenges he faces when preparing new episodes.
Kripke told Consequence of Sound that Season 3 has “become fun and breezy” to write. That worries me. It is enjoyable. This is why I need to be deep and intensely introspective. Each season of a TV show becomes more difficult because you have exhausted all your best instincts. You have to explore the places that you didn’t know about in the stories. These are often a bit more difficult to make seem as large and fascinating as the stuff you did early on. It’s not easy.
Every time you ask when season 3 is coming out the release date moves back one day. See you in 2033!
— The Boys (@TheBoysTV) June 18, 2021
He said, “I like my season when it’s over.” Making them is a challenge. I am always asking myself, “Man, how can we make this better?” The other day, I was telling someone from my Post department that it felt like a defeat when I finally approved a cut, such as the visual effects shot. It feels like a defeat because it isn’t going to get better. Nothing makes me happier than to say, “Oh, I have a lot of notes.” Dude, make it even better. I’m not that guy who says, “It’s over, I’m happy.” I am just like, “Yeah, man.” “I wish I could have another month with everything.