Those that were dying to hear more about the next season release for Amazon web series, The Boys are in luck as reports confirm that we will be getting a second season soon, and fans will get to enjoy more of the series dark and bloody twists.
Amazon Prime Video confirmed that the second season of the TV adaptation of Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson’s The Boys comic book series will be gracing the screens once more with episodes expected to air as early as September 4th.
After having had an amazing debut, The Boys left many wanting more after its first season ended last summer, and with that said, we are dying to see what comes next for the foul charged superhero TV series.
Season 2 was confirmed after an official announcement was made on The Boys Twitter handle telling fans that everything was on track and that they should prepare for another round of ass-kicking moments. The post read:
— The Boys (@TheBoysTV) June 26, 2020
The Boys Getting Another Second Season on Amazon Prime Video
Though its good news we’re getting another season, the sad part is that Hans Zimmer won’t be returning to do more scores for the TV series despite being name-dropped in a savvy Twitter promo.
The Boys’ live stream on Twitter also revealed that fans will be only getting the first three episodes of Season 2 upon that September 4 premiere date with the next five episodes being released later. Karl Urban is of course expected to return for the second season and we’re glad he is.
Amazon is often known for dropping all episodes at once but this time around there’s a change and this could be due to the ongoing pandemic and also how it has affected many streaming sites during the past few months with subscriptions dropping and at times climbing up.
With the way season one ended, we can’t wait to see what happens in the next instalment after Billy, Hughie, and the rest of the bad-ass superhero killers head to after learning what they now know. If you haven’t read the comic books yet, we totally recommend you do so asap.
Watch The Boys season 2 first look clip
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