The following contains spoilers for The boys Season 3.
Antony Starr shared a photo of the Seven to celebrate the start of production on The boys‘ fourth season.
The Homelander actor shared a photo of the original team roster on Twitter, marking the start of production on the show’s final season. He captioned the photo, “Season one. It’s been so long. Season four, now we begin ;)”
Amazon renewed The boys for a fourth season just days after its season 3 premiere, which saw a 17% increase in viewership over season 2 and a 234% increase since its 2019 debut. Karl Urban teased the return of the series in March before news of its official renewal broke.
Based on the comic book series of the same name by writer Garth Ennis and artist Darick Robertson, the Prime Video staple follows a group of vigilantes, led by Urban’s Billy Butcher, as they attempt to eliminate corrupt superheroes and dismantle the company that created them. . Developed by Kripke and produced by Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg, the series was also a hit with critics in addition to its successful ratings, earning six Emmy nominations in 2021, including Outstanding Drama Series.
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Season 3 saw the introduction of Jensen Ackles’ Soldier Boy, a Captain America and Winter Soldier-esque hybrid and Homelander’s biological father, who ends the season in cryosleep. The season also bid farewell to Black Noir, who died at the hands of Homelander, and a depowered Queen Maeve, who went offline after the big showdown in the finale. Season 3 ends with Homelander’s super-powered son Ryan joining forces with his father after a falling out with a now-terminal Butcher, whose focus has shifted to stopping Victoria Neuman’s run for president. Vice Presidency of the United States.
Little is known about the plot of season 4, although Cameron Crovetti is now a series regular, suggesting that Ryan will have a bigger role in the future. Also joining the cast are Valorie Curry and Susan Heyward as supes Firecracker and Sister Sage, respectively. Starr’s message follows a par The boys showrunner Eric Kripke, who shared a photo of himself traveling to Toronto, Canada to begin production earlier this month. “We’re excited to continue Butcher and the Boys’ fight against Homelander and the Seven,” he said. “As well as commentary on the crazy world we live in.”
The boys is available to stream on Amazon Prime Video.