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The Boys Season 3: 2021 Estimated Release Date, Cast, Plot, and Everything You Need to Know

Amazon seems so confident in The Boys, that they’ve already renewed them for a The Boys Season 3. We’re confident too, Amazon, we’re confident too. The executive producer, Seth Rogen said, “Because this show has fans and it is watched by people like you, they have decided to renew it. So, if you like The Boys, you’ve got more of it. Thank God.”

 

When will The Boys Season 3 air?

More determined by when filming can happen rather than when the ideas for a season 3 roll in, The Boys Season 3 release date is anyone’s guess according to Seth Rogan.

“Hopefully sometime this decade,” he said sarcastically.

However, you’ll be happy to know that the showrunner Eric Kripke and the rest of the team associated with him are already hard at work in the writing room. He added, “We’re sad to say, the world has given us way too much material. We hope to be shooting in early 2021, but that’s up to a microscopic virus.”

 

The Boys Season 1 in Review

The Boys Season 3

 

Season one showed up on July 2019 and took many fans for a ride. The second season came soon after, dropping on September 4th 2020. Those who expected a third season in 2020, will be slightly disappointed. However for them to do a The Boys season 3 would be crazy. COVID-19 is making the entirety of this process harder, additionally, so we can hope for a 2021 release, as explicitly stated earlier.

Who’s in The Boys Season 3?

Jensen Ackles from Supernatural is confirmed making an appearance in this season three. He takes on the role of Soldier Boy, also known as “the original superhero” who fought in World War II and was a celebrity shortly afterward.

Additionally, there’s also been guesses at the fact that The Walking Dead’s Jeffrey Dean Morgan could be joining this great cast.

Here is the rest of the cast as we know it:

Karl Urban as Billy Butcher, Jack Quaid as Hughie. Erin Moriarty as Starlight, Antony Starr as Homelander. Chace Crawford as The Deep, Dominique McElligott as Queen Maeve. Laz Alonso as Mother’s Milk, Jessie T Usher as A-Train, Karen Fukuhara as Kimiko, Aya Cash as Stormfront, and Giancarlo Esposito as Stan Edgar, among others.