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The Boys Season 3: All Episodes Release Date, Trailer, and All New Characters

The Boys Season 3: All Episodes Release Date, Trailer, and All New Characters

The first three episodes of Boyz Season 3 have aired on Prime Video.

If you want to know more about the popular Prime Video show before you watch it, we have compiled all the important information you need to know about it below. So you don’t need to start a Google search search to see what’s up. We are that good.

So what will you be able to learn in our hub on The Boys Season 3? You’ll find more news on its all-star cast, the future of the show, this season’s episode titles, and what its trailer teases about its plot. For starters, though, read our in-depth conversation with showrunner Eric Kripke and the show’s main cast of The Boys Season 3 on the subplots, themes, and action on the show.

Have you checked it already? Find out which newcomer was shocked to learn about the graphic novel series’ most controversial story, aka Heyrogasm. Alternatively, see which iconic DC superhero The Boys showrunner Eric Kripke would like to parody next. Or find out which season 3 scene Kripke is most excited to watch.

It goes without saying, but major spoilers for The Boys Seasons 1 and 2 follow. Additionally, we speculate on which comic series storyline will form a part of The Boys Season 3. If you want to go into the upcoming season with no prior knowledge of what might happen, you’ll want to skip the plot section, just in case.

How many episodes of The Boys season 3 are there?

There are a total of eight episodes in Boys Season 3. Out of which three episodes 1,2,3 were released on 3 June. The rest of the episodes are aired weekly every Friday, with the last episodes releasing on 8 July. The details of the rest of the episodes are given below.

  • The Boys Season 3, Episode 4 – June 10 – Available Now!
  • The Boys Season 3, Episode 5 – June 17
  • The Boys Season 3, Episode 6 – June 24
  • The Boys Season 3, Episode 7 – July 1
  • The Boys Season 3, Episode 8 – July 8

The boys season 3 trailer

The boys season 3 all cast and characters

  • Karl Urban play Billy Butcher
  • Jack Quaid play Hughie Campbell
  • Antony Starr play Homelander
  • Erin Moriarty play Annie January/Starlight
  • Dominique McElligott play Queen Maeve
  • Jessie T. Usher play A-Train
  • Chace Crawford play The Deep
  • Nathan Mitchell play Black Noir
  • Laz Alonso play Mother’s Milk
  • Tomer Capone play Frenchie
  • Pretty Fukuhara As Kimiko Miyashiro
  • Laila Robins play Grace Mallory
  • Cameron Crovetti play Ryan Butcher
  • Giancarlo Esposito play Stan Edgar
  • Claudia Doumit play Victoria Neuman
  • Colby Minifie play Ashley Barrett
  • Jensen Ackles play Soldier Boy
  • Laurie Holden play Crimson Countess
  • Sean Patrick Flannery play Gunpowder

new cast and character

  • Jensen Ackles play Soldier Boy
  • Laurie Holden play Crimson Countess
  • Miles Gaston Villanueva play Supersonic
  • Nick Weschler play Blue Hawk
  • Sean Patrick Flannery play Gunpowder

the boys season 3 review

One of the best TV shows about superheroes focuses on how toxic our obsession is with them.

Now streaming Season 3, The Boys showers even more blood, gore, abuse, nudity, and sex on their border-free canvas. At this point, the shock value of Prime Video shows may be at risk of diminishing returns. But no. It turns out that there’s a lot of taboo material to cover: from Avengers: Endgame uncovering the Ant-Man-Thanos theory, a superhero shrinks down and amputates another person’s body part.

With Marvel and DC not rebuilding, the series goes against the money-grabbing, virtue-signaling superhero culture without sacrificing batshit entertainment. Satirical humor, pop rock soundtracks and a handful of honest characters underline the relentless stream of lurid superhero activities. With three seasons (and Season 4 confirmed), The Boyz is a more nuanced package than ever.

Otherwise, The Boys risk being repetitive and too much to digest. Every episode guarantees early-level adultery and bloodshed from Game of Thrones—though the bloody bits have a cartoonish CGI sheen. The Soldier Boy coverup storyline also reveals Season 2’s stormy mystery. As always, The Boys have found their sweet spot. It gets through with characters that are more recognizable and conflicting than most grassroots Disney Plus heroes.



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