2019 American superhero series

The Boys
Genre
  • Action
  • Black one-act
  • Drama
  • Satire
  • Superhero
Based on

The Boys

past

  • Garth Ennis
  • Darick Robertson

Developed by Eric Kripke
Starring
  • Karl Urban
  • Jack Quaid
  • Antony Starr
  • Erin Moriarty
  • Dominique McElligott
  • Jessie T. Usher
  • Laz Alonso
  • Chace Crawford
  • Tomer Capon
  • Karen Fukuhara
  • Nathan Mitchell
  • Elisabeth Shue
  • Colby Minifie
  • Aya Cash
Composer Christopher Lennertz
Country of origin United States
Original language English
No.
of seasons
2
No.
of episodes
16
(listing of episodes)
Production
Executive producers
  • Eric Kripke
  • Seth Rogen
  • Evan Goldberg
  • James Weaver
  • Neal H. Moritz
  • Pavun Shetty
  • Ori Marmur
  • Dan Trachtenberg
  • Ken F. Levin
  • Garth Ennis
  • Darick Robertson
  • Jason Netter
  • Craig Rosenberg
  • Phil Sgriccia
  • Rebecca Sonnenshine
Producers
  • Hartley Gorenstein
  • Gabriel Garcia
  • Nick Barrucci
  • Jake Deuel
Product locations Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Cinematography
  • Jeff Cutter
  • Evans Brown
  • Jeremy Benning
  • Dylan Macleod
  • Dan Stoloff
Editors
  • David Trachtenberg
  • Nona Khodai
  • David Kaldor
  • Cedric Nairn-Smith
  • William W. Rubenstein
  • Jonathan Chibnall
Camera setup Single-camera
Running time 55–68 minutes[1]
Production companies
  • Sony Pictures Television
    [a]
  • Amazon Studios
  • Kripke Enterprises
  • Point Grey Pictures
  • Original Motion-picture show
  • Kickstart Entertainment
  • KFL Nightsky Productions
Distributor
  • Sony Pictures Television Distribution
  • Amazon Studios
Release
Original network Amazon Prime Video
Picture format 4K (UHDTV) HDR
Audio format 5.one Dolby Digital
Original release July 26, 2019 (2019-07-26) –
present (present)
Chronology
Related shows The Boys Presents: Diabolical
External links
Website


The Boys

is an American superhero goggle box series developed by Eric Kripke for Amazon Prime Video. Based on the comic book of the aforementioned name by Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson, which was originally published by DC Comics nether their Wildstorm imprint before moving to Dynamite Amusement; it follows the eponymous team of vigilantes as they combat superpowered individuals who abuse their abilities. The serial stars an ensemble cast that includes Karl Urban, Jack Quaid, Laz Alonso, Tomer Capon, and Karen Fukuhara equally the vigilantes, and Antony Starr, Erin Moriarty, Dominique McElligott, Chace Crawford, Jessie T. Usher, and Nathan Mitchell as members of the “Seven”, an official superhero grouping run by the conglomerate Vought International, who, while maintaining a lofty façade, are shallow celebrity figures prone to doing horrendous things in secret.

The first season premiered on July 26, 2019. Ahead of the 2d flavour premiere, the series was renewed for a third flavor in July 2020, which is scheduled to be released on June three, 2022. The series has received critical acclaim for its writing, storyline, sense of humour, and the performances of the cast, particularly Urban and Starr. Two spin-off shows were ordered in September 2020 and Dec 2021, the latter of which,
The Boys Presents: Diabolical, premiered in March 2022.

Premise

[edit]

The Boys
is set in a universe where superpowered individuals are recognized as heroes by the general public and piece of work for the powerful corporation Vought International, which markets and monetizes them. Exterior of their heroic personas, most are big-headed and corrupt. The serial primarily focuses on 2 groups: the Seven, Vought’s premier superhero team, and the eponymous Boys, vigilantes looking to bring down Vought and its corrupt superheroes.

The Boys are led past Billy Butcher, who despises all superpowered people, and the Seven are led by the egotistic and violent Homelander. At the starting time of the series, the Boys are joined by Hughie Campbell after the drug-addicted member of the Seven named A-Train accidentally kills his girlfriend, while the 7 are joined by Annie Jan, a immature and hopeful heroine forced to face the truth about those she admires. Other members of the Seven include the disillusioned Queen Maeve, the insecure Deep, the mysterious Black Noir, and clandestine white supremacist Stormfront. The Boys are rounded out by tactical planner Mother’south Milk, weapons specialist Frenchie, and superpowered examination subject Kimiko. Overseeing the Seven is Vought executive Madelyn Stillwell, who is later on succeeded past publicist Ashley Barrett.

Cast and characters

[edit]

Main

[edit]

  • Karl Urban as William “Billy” Butcher – The leader of the Boys and sometime SAS operator who distrusts all individuals with superpowers. He has a particular hatred towards Homelander, who he believes is responsible for the disappearance of his wife.
  • Jack Quaid as Hugh “Hughie” Campbell Jr. – A civilian fellow member of the Boys who joins the group after his girlfriend Robin is killed by A-Train.
  • Antony Starr every bit John / Homelander – The extremely powerful leader of the Seven. Beneath his public image as a noble hero, he is narcissistic, sadistic, and cares lilliputian well-nigh the well-beingness of those he professes to protect.
  • Erin Moriarty as Annie January / Starlight – A devout Christian, calorie-free-emitting superhero and member of the Seven. 1 of the few superpowered individuals sincere in helping the public, she questions her loyalty to the 7 after learning of their true character.
  • Dominique McElligott as Maggie Shaw / Queen Maeve[2]
    – A veteran member of the Seven with enhanced concrete force and durability. Although she once wanted to protect innocent lives, she has become disillusioned and suffers from burnout.
  • Jessie T. Conductor as Reggie Franklin / A-Train[two]
    – A speedster member of the Seven. He is determined to maintain his condition as the fastest speedster in the earth, resulting in him becoming addicted to Compound V.
  • Laz Alonso as Marvin T. “Female parent’s” Milk – A fellow member of the Boys responsible for organizing and planning their operations. Formerly a medic in the United States Marine Corps, he is motivated by his attorney father working himself to death while attempting to bring Vought down.
  • Chace Crawford as Kevin Moskowitz / The Deep[3]
    – A member of the Vii who possesses the ability to communicate with aquatic life and exhale underwater. He is looked down upon by the other members of the Seven due to his condition as the grouping’s token aquatic hero. Patton Oswalt voices his gills.
  • Tomer Capon as Serge / Frenchie[2]
    – A member of the Boys and international artillery trafficker skilled in munitions, ordnance, infiltration, and communications. After being coerced into joining to protect his criminal friends, he seeks redemption for his by crimes while battling Vought.
  • Karen Fukuhara as Kimiko Miyashiro / The Female person[2]
    – A mute member of the Boys with enhanced strength and regenerative healing who speaks through sign language. Involuntarily injected with Compound V as office of a scheme to create superpowered terrorists, she joins the Boys after they rescue her.
  • Nathan Mitchell equally Black Noir – A silent fellow member of the 7 who possesses superhuman force and agility and conceals his physical appearance behind a nighttime costume.
  • Elisabeth Shue as Madelyn Stillwell (season one; invitee season 2) – The charismatic, scheming vice-president of Hero Direction at Vought International.
  • Colby Minifie as Ashley Barrett (flavour 2–present; recurring season 1) – A publicist for Vought International who later becomes Stillwell’s successor.
  • Aya Greenbacks as Klara Risinger / Liberty / Stormfront[3]
    (season two) – The first successful Chemical compound 5 subject and member of The Seven with several abilities, including the power to discharge called-for energy from her hands. A old Nazi, she holds bigoted views towards minorities and individuals without superpowers.

Recurring

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  • Simon Pegg as Hugh Campbell Sr. (season 1)[four]
    – Hughie’s father. He cares deeply for his son, but does not believe Hughie has the confidence to stand up up for himself later on his female parent abased the pair. Pegg was the visual inspiration for Wee Hughie in the comic volume series from which the series is drawn.[five]
  • Shaun Benson every bit Ezekiel (season 1) – A homophobic Christian superhuman with rubberband powers who is secretly gay himself.
  • Ann Cusack as Donna January – Starlight’s female parent. She groomed Annie to exist a superhero since childhood out of a vicarious princess-by-proxy mentality.
  • Jennifer Esposito as Susan Raynor (flavour 1; guest season ii) – The deputy director of the CIA.
  • Jordana Lajoie every bit Cherie – Frenchie’s quondam criminal associate and lover, a weapons specialist.
  • Malcolm Barrett every bit Seth Reed (flavor i; guest flavour 2) – A Vought public relations writer.
  • Christian Keyes as Nathan Franklin (season 1) – A-Railroad train’s older brother and trainer.
  • Shantel VanSanten as Becca Butcher (seasons 1–2) – Butcher’s wife, whose disappearance motivates his battle confronting the Seven.
  • Nicola Correia-Damude as Elena – Queen Maeve’s girlfriend.
  • Laila Robins as Grace Mallory (season 2; guest flavour one) – The former deputy director of the CIA and informal founder of the Boys.
  • Giancarlo Esposito equally Stan Edgar (season 2; guest season one) – The corrupt CEO of Vought International and Stillwell’s superior
  • Claudia Doumit equally Victoria “Vic” Neuman (flavour 2) – A congresswoman who publicly opposes Vought and a Supe who secretly uses her powers to assassinate those who speak out publicly confronting Vought[vi]
    [7]
  • Langston Kerman equally Hawkeye the Archer (season 2) – An archery-themed superhero who introduces the Deep to the Church of the Collective.
  • Jessica Hecht as Carol Mannheim (season two) – Hawkeye the Archer’s “instructor” and therapist who recruits the Deep into the Church of the Collective.
  • Abraham Lim as Kenji Miyashiro (season 2) – Kimiko’southward younger brother who possesses telekinetic abilities.
  • Cameron Crovetti as Ryan Butcher (flavour 2) – Becca’south and Homelander’s son. The character was previously portrayed by Parker Corno in the kickoff season.
  • Goran Višnjić as Alastair Adana (season ii) – The leader of the Church building of the Collective.[7]

Guest

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Introduced in season 1

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  • Alex Hassell equally Translucent (flavour 1) – A member of the Vii who can turn invisible by changing his skin into a diamond-hard carbon meta-material that warps lite effectually him.
  • Jess Salgueiro as Robin Ward (season 1) – Hughie’s girlfriend who was killed past A-Train in a high-velocity touch in the pilot episode. She periodically makes appearances as a hallucination seen by Hughie.
  • Mishka Thébaud as Shockwave (seasons 1–2) – A rival speedster to A-Train.
  • Dan Darin-Zanco as Doppelganger (seasons 1–2) – A shapeshifting Supe who works for Vought
  • David Reale as Evan Lambert – A Vought public relations author aslope Seth.
  • Brittany Allen as Charlotte / Popclaw (flavor 1) – An actress and superhero in a cloak-and-dagger human relationship with A-Train.
  • Débora Demestre as Isadora (season 1) – Vought’s suit designer.
  • Brit Morgan as Rachel Saunders (season 1) – Becca’southward sister and Butcher’s sister-in-law.
  • Haley Joel Osment as Charles / Mesmer (season 1) – A quondam superhero in Teenage Kix who can read minds via skin-to-skin contact.
  • Jackie Tohn as Courtenay (season 1) – A Vought production banana.
  • John Doman as Jonah Vogelbaum (seasons i–ii) – The Vought scientist who created and raised Homelander in a sterile laboratory.
  • Alvina August as Monique (season ane) – Mother’s Milk’southward wife and mother of their daughter, Janine.
  • Brendan Beiser as Jeff (flavour 1) – A Vought operative who oversees the Deep’s sabbatical in Sandusky.
  • Nalini Ingrita as Janine – The daughter of Female parent’s Milk and Monique.
  • Krishan Dutt and Samer Salem as Naqib (seasons one–two) – A superpowered terrorist with explosive-based powers. Dutt portrayed the character in the first season and Salem played him in the second.
  • Jim Beaver as Robert “Bob” Singer – The US Secretary of Defense. Beaver’s name is a reference to his graphic symbol Bobby Singer on the Kripke-created Idiot box series
    Supernatural.

Additionally, Jimmy Fallon, Mike Massaro, Billy Zane, Seth Rogen, and Tara Reid appear as themselves.

Introduced in season ii

[edit]

  • David Thompson as Gecko – A erstwhile superhero with regenerative abilities and test subject area at Vought.
  • Chris Mark as Blindspot – A blind superhero with super hearing who attempts to join the Seven.
  • Adrian Holmes as the vox of Dr. Park – The head of the compound that Becca is existence held prisoner in.
  • P. J. Byrne as Adam Bourke – A flick managing director helming a flick for Vought starring the 7 titled
    Dawn of the 7.
  • Dawnn Lewis as Valerie Hunter – A witness to Stormfront’s racist murder in the 1970s.
  • Howard Campbell as Myron Hunter – Valerie’s brother and a victim of Stormfront’s racist murder.
  • Katy Breier equally Cassandra Schwartz – A member of the Church of the Collective who becomes the Deep’s wife.
  • Shawn Ashmore as Lamplighter – A sometime fellow member of the Seven with pyrokinesis.
  • Barbara Gordon as Judy Atkinson – Butcher’s aunt who takes intendance of his domestic dog Terror.
  • Andrew Jackson as Dear Sausage – A Chemical compound V examination subject with a prehensile penis that tin can stretch to enormous lengths.
  • Jason Gray-Stanford as Dennis – A human being whose car Butcher and Starlight take to bulldoze Hughie to the hospital.
  • Ess Hödlmoser as Cindy – A telekinetic Compound V test subject.
  • Michael Ayres as Jay – Frenchie’due south deceased former criminal associate and best friend.
  • John Noble equally Sam Butcher – Butcher’southward estranged father.
  • Lesley Nicol every bit Connie Butcher – Butcher’s mother.

Kym Wyatt McKenzie and Birgitte Solem portray Butcher and Stillwell in a reenactment of the latter’southward death.

Greg Zajac, Anthony Lake, and Dylan Moscovitch play pornographic impersonators of Homelander, Jack from Jupiter, and the Deep.

Chris Hansen, Maria Menounos, Greg Grunberg, Nancy O’Dell, Katie Couric, and Christopher Lennertz appear as themselves.

Introduced in short films

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  • David S. Lee every bit Jock – A former Royal Marine Commando and an old friend of Butcher whom he seeks assistance from.

Episodes

[edit]


Season 1 (2019)

[edit]


Season ii (2020)

[edit]

Season 3

[edit]

The sixth episode is titled “Herogasm” and was written past Jessica Chou.[12]

Production

[edit]

Development

[edit]

Between 2008 and 2016, a picture adaptation of
The Boys
had been in various stages of evolution at both Columbia Pictures and Paramount Pictures.[14]

On Apr 6, 2016, it was announced that Cinemax was developing a television series adaptation of the comic book. The production was being developed by Eric Kripke, Evan Goldberg, and Seth Rogen. Kripke was set to write the series while Goldberg and Rogen were gear up to direct. Executive producers were reported to include Kripke, Goldberg, Rogen, Neal H. Moritz, Pavun Shetty, Ori Marmur, James Weaver, Ken Levin, and Jason Netter. Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson were fix as co-executive producers. Production companies involved with the series included Signal Grey Pictures, Original Picture, and Sony Pictures Idiot box.[14]

On November 8, 2017, it was announced that Amazon had given the production a series order for a first season consisting of viii episodes. The serial had reportedly been in evolution at Amazon for a number of months preceding the series order declaration. Information technology was as well reported that the previously announced creative team was still attached to the series.[15]
[xvi]
[17]

Kripke wanted to retain a sense of reality to the prove, and to keep the writers disciplined decided “Anything that comes out of this drug is viable, and annihilation that doesn’t we’re not immune to practice”. He did not want to fall into the overused convention of killing off female person characters to motivate the heroes and as well saw an opportunity to surprise readers of the comics by changing the story of Butcher’s married woman Becky.[18]

On Apr thirty, it was appear that Dan Trachtenberg would directly the series’ first episode. He replaces Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg who dropped out due to scheduling conflicts.[xix]

Alee of the series premiere, on July 19, 2019, at the 2019 San Diego Comic-Con it was announced that Amazon had renewed the series for a 2nd season which premiered on September 4, 2020.[20]
[21]
[22]
It was also confirmed that the 2nd season will consist of 8 episodes, similar the previous flavour.[23]
The eight scripts for the second season were completed past November 2019.[24]
In December 2019, a teaser trailer for the second season was released, which confirmed that it would exist released in 2020, although the exact date remained unknown until June 2020 when another trailer was released.[25]
[26]

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Ahead of the second-season premiere, on July 23, 2020, Amazon renewed the series for a third season at the aftershow hosted past Aisha Tyler for the 2020 San Diego Comic-Con@Home.[27]
[28]
The tertiary flavor began filming in early on 2021 with an unknown release date.[29]
On October xxx, 2020, Erick Kripke revealed that the tertiary flavor will accommodate the miniseries comic book
Herogasm,
which is centered effectually superhero orgy festivals.[30]
[31]
It will be adapted for the season’due south 6th episode, which will be taking the same proper name of the comic book series.[32]
[33]
[34]
[35]
Kripke has stated that
Herogasm
is “the craziest dailies he has ever seen” and “that people are not set up to lookout man it”.[36]
However the part in which Soldier Male child is depicted as a superhero who has yearly sex with Homelander in an endeavour to gain membership in The Seven, won’t be used and instead Soldier Boy will be depicted as the “Homelander earlier Homelander”, a superhero from Earth War II brought out of retirement.[32]
[37]
[38]
Kripke also revealed that instead of portraying Soldier Boy as innocent like he is depicted in the comics, he will exist style worse than Homelander.[39]

Casting

[edit]

On Dec 18, 2017, it was announced that Erin Moriarty has been bandage in the lead office of Annie January/Starlight.[forty]
On January 17, it was reported that Antony Starr, Dominique McElligott, Chace Crawford, Jessie Conductor, and Nathan Mitchell had joined the principal cast.[41]
In March 2018, it was appear that Laz Alonso, Jack Quaid, and Karen Fukuhara had been cast in series regular roles.[42]
[43]
[44]
On April 5, information technology was reported that Karl Urban had been cast in the series’ lead part of Baton Butcher.[45]
On May sixteen, it was announced that Elisabeth Shue had been cast in the serial regular office of Madelyn Stillwell.[46]
On June 25, it was reported that Tomer Kapon had joined the chief bandage in the office of Frenchie.[47]
On Baronial 30, it was appear that Jennifer Esposito had been cast in the recurring role of CIA Amanuensis Susan Raynor.[48]
On October v, it was appear during the annual New York Comic Con that Simon Pegg had been cast in the role of Hughie’due south begetter.[49]
According to the creative person Robertson, Hughie was fatigued in the comics to resemble Pegg after he saw Pegg in the sitcom
Spaced, but Pegg idea he was too erstwhile to play the role of Hughie in the TV series.[50]

On September 5, 2019, Goran Višnjić and Claudia Doumit were cast in recurring roles for the 2d season.[7]
A month later, Patton Oswalt was announced in an unspecified role.[51]
Aya Cash was confirmed to be portraying superhero Stormfront in March 2020 following contract negotiations that began when the 2nd season was appear.[20]
[52]
On Baronial ten, 2020, it was reported that Shawn Ashmore was cast as Lamplighter for the second flavour.[53]
A calendar week later, Jensen Ackles joined the cast for the third season as Soldier Boy.[54]
On October 30, 2020, Claudia Doumit and Colby Minifie were promoted to series regulars for the third flavour.[vi]
On March 26, 2021, Katia Wintertime joined the cast in the recurring part of Trivial Nina for the third flavor.[55]
On June 23, 2021, Miles Gaston Villanueva, Sean Patrick Flanery, and Nick Wechsler were bandage every bit Supersonic, Gunpowder, and Blue Hawk respectively for the 3rd season in undisclosed capacities.[56]
2 days later, Laurie Holden joined the bandage as Ruby Countess in a recurring role for the third season.[57]
On Oct 5, 2021, Frances Turner, Kristin Booth, and Jack Doolan joined the cast as Monique and twins Tessa and Tommy,
a.one thousand.a.
the TNT Twins, in recurring roles for the third season.[58]

Filming

[edit]

Principal photography for the first season began on May 22, in Toronto, Ontario, and was scheduled to last until September 25.[15]
[nineteen]
[59]
[60]
Cast member Laz Alonso posted on his Instagram photos and bloopers of the series with the coiffure and other cast members during the show’s filming.[
citation needed
]

Additional filming took identify in Mississauga, Ontario.[61]

For the exterior of the Vought International company headquarters, the crew used Roy Thomson Hall, which is located in Toronto’s entertainment commune. The building’due south structure was digitally contradistinct and extended to become the Seven Tower. For the interior of the tower, including some of the rooms and the mod antechamber where the company celebrates the corporate parties, the interior of Roy Thomson Hall was used. For Times Foursquare, the crew filmed in Yonge–Dundas Square in Toronto and proceeded to digitally alter it. A-Train’s race with Shockwave was filmed at Hamilton’southward Tim Hortons Field stadium. Lower Bay Station was used for the subway scenes. The crew also filmed at the zinc-clad pavilion of the Sherbourne Mutual waterfront park for the funeral service for the victims of the hijacked plane. For the mansion where Dr. Jonah Vogelbaum lives, the coiffure filmed at Parkwood Manor in Oshawa, Ontario. For the scene where Annie refuses to help Hughie, the crew filmed at the Cathedral Church of St. James in Toronto.[60]
[62]

Principal photography for the 2d season took place from June 17 to November 13, 2019, in Toronto, like the previous flavour.[63]
For Translucent’s funeral ceremony, the crew filmed at the Meridian Arts Centre which is located at the North York district in Toronto. The crew filmed at the Wet ‘n’ Wild Toronto Waterpark for the scene where the Deep is arrested, with some CGI modifications in order to recreate the series’ fictional Splash Zone Sandusky park. For the scenes of the church building of the Collective, filming took place at the Scottish Rite Club in Hamilton, Ontario. To create the Sage Grove psychiatric hospital, the crew filmed at the Southwest Centre for Forensic Mental Wellness Intendance circuitous which is located in the city of St. Thomas in Ontario.[sixty]
[64]

Principal photography for the third flavour took identify from Feb 24 to September x, 2021.[65]
[66]
[67]

Music

[edit]

Score albums were released for the series’ showtime and second seasons. Christopher Lennertz served as composer of the testify’s score.[68]
[69]
During an interview at the 2019 Comic-Con, he stated that his piece of work for
The Boys
was the “craziest thing” he has ever done, afterwards collaborating with Seth Rogen for
Sausage Party.[70]
Erin Moriarty provides her own vocals for the song “Never Truly Vanish”, which was nominated for an Emmy.[71]
The music video for “Never Truly Vanish” was released on YouTube on June four, 2021,[72]
and on September 1, 2021, the music video for “Faster” was released on YouTube.[73]

Flavour ane

[edit]

All music is composed by Christopher Lennertz.

The Boys (Music from the Amazon Original Series)
[74]
[75]
No. Title Length
one. “Translucent Live” 1:xv
2. “Truck Robbery” 1:34
3. “Butcher” 2:39
four. “Starlight” 1:17
5. “On the Trail” 0:55
6. “Homelander and Stillwell” ii:xvi
7. “Race of the Century” ane:04
8. “Boys Arrive” 1:19
ix. “Hughie Stalls Starlight” 1:23
10. “Maeve Spars” 0:37
eleven. “Start the Race” 2:00
12. “Popclaw Climaxes” 0:56
13. “Hijacking” 2:45
14. “Kidnapping Translucent” 1:10
15. “Ass Bomb” 2:42
16. “Translucent Explodes” 4:06
17. “Hughie Trashes Room” 1:29
18. “Translucent Visits Hughie” one:13
nineteen. “Planting Bug Plan” 0:51
20. “Dock Patrol” 1:50
21. “I’thousand the Hero” three:xv
22. “Vought” 1:14
23. “Starlight Teams Up” 0:43
24. “Frenchie’s Start Impale” 1:35
25. “Homelander’due south Speech” 1:42
26. “Butcher’south Pep Talk” 2:28
27. “Rescue the Female” 1:35
28. “Frenchie Lost Female” 1:46
29. “Dead Shooter” 0:57
30. “Infirmary Shootout” 1:12
31. “Graveside Sledgehammer” 2:24
32. “Maeve’s Girlfriend” 1:57
33. “NICU” 0:51
34. “Tent Confrontation” 1:22
35. “Starlight’due south Speech communication” two:xiii
36. “Come up In” i:50
37. “Blackness Knight Not” 1:07
38. “Kimiko’s Backstory” i:20
39. “Subway Chase” 1:01
twoscore. “Mesmer and Homelander” one:36
41. “The Mesmerizer” 0:thirty
42. “Butcher Tells Hughie” 1:53
43. “Hughie Kisses Starlight” 1:03
44. “Robin’s Retention” 2:02
45. “SBS” 2:09
46. “Always a Choice” 2:39
47. “Supe Terrorist” 1:36
48. “A-Railroad train Shows Up” 1:34
49. “Shoot Out” 2:49
fifty. “I Got Teddy” 2:forty

Season 2

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All music is composed past Christopher Lennertz except where noted.

The Boys: Season two (Music from the Amazon Original Series)
[76]
[77]
No. Championship Music Length
1. “Never Truly Vanish” Erin Moriarty 3:34
two. “Her Brother” 0:51
3. “Break Every Os” 2:xix
four. “Faster”
(featuring Aimee Proal)
Jessie T. Usher 2:34
five. “Standoff” 1:23
vi. “Male parent and Son” 0:51
7. “Meeting Blindspot” 0:39
8. “A Billion Dollar Liability” 2:22
9. “False News” 2:09
10. “Homelander in Hallway” 0:34
11. “Rebecca’southward Bulldoze” i:11
12. “Pitch” one:05
13. “Halloween Shop” 1:39
14. “Blood brother and Sister” 2:56
15. “Don’t Lie to Me” 1:44
16. “Sharks!” 2:06
17. “Flame On” 1:39
18. “Helicopter Assail” 2:06
19. “Red Cross Heart” 2:28
twenty. “Explosion and Black Noir Faceoff” 3:56
21. “Dorsum to the Cabin” 3:41
22. “Blackness Noir on Roof” 1:22
23. “Real Activity” 1:33
24. “Still on the Roof” 0:56
25. “Elevator” i:08
26. “Church of the Collective” ane:52
27. “I Heard the Goldfish” 1:37
28. “Calorie-free Up the Room” 1:33
29. “Cindy” 2:38
xxx. “He’s OD’ing” i:32
31. “Let Them Go” 1:xx

Release

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On September 26, the official affiche for the serial was released.[78]
On October five, in tandem with the serial’ panel at the annual New York Comic Con, a teaser trailer for the serial was released.[79]
On January 24, 2019, another teaser trailer was released via Seth Rogen’s official Twitter business relationship.[80]
The series premiered on July 26, 2019, after another teaser was released.[81]
Ahead of the premiere, Amazon renewed
The Boys
for a second season, which premiered on September 4, 2020.[26]
On July 22, Slipknot released a new unmarried called “Solway Firth” with an accompanying music video which featured clips and audio from the show.[82]
[83]
On June 26, 2020, information technology was appear that season two would debut on September four, 2020, with the first 3 episodes available immediately and the rest debuting on a weekly ground.[26]
The second flavour’s official trailer was released on Baronial four, 2020.[84]
On January 6, 2022, information technology was reported that the third season is set to premiere on June 3, 2022, with the beginning 3 episodes available immediately and the rest debuting on a weekly basis until the flavour finale on July 8.[8]

A companion brusk film titled
Butcher, set between the get-go and second season, was released on September 10, 2020, with Karl Urban reprising his office as Billy Butcher.[11]
[ten]
Characters from
The Boys
besides appeared in an episode of
Death Boxing
sponsored past Amazon Prime Video, which was released on September 17, 2020.[85]
[86]

Reception

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Season ane

[edit]

On Rotten Tomatoes, the first season holds an blessing rating of 84% based on 103 reviews, with an average rating of 7.65/10. The website’s critical consensus reads, “Though viewers’ mileage may vary,
The Boys

tearing delights and willingness to engage in heavy, relevant themes are sure to please those looking for a new grouping of antiheroes to root for.”[87]
On Metacritic, it has a weighted average score of 74 out of 100, based on reviews from 19 critics, indicating “mostly favorable reviews”.[88]

Christopher Lawrence of the
Las Vegas Review-Journal
wrote: “Irreverent, deliciously cynical,
The Boys
follows the greed and corruption behind the superhero industrial complex.”[91]
Mel Campbell of Screen Hub commented: “Shockingly vehement and pointedly political, this Amazon series is an ironic but refreshing antitoxin to supe franchising. …
The Boys
throws our ugly cultural obsessions back in our faces.”[92]
Daniel Fienberg from
The Hollywood Reporter, in a positive response, commented: “I’ll have to bank check in again on
The Boys
afterward a few more than episodes to go a sense of whether or not the encroaching cynicism topples what I discover initially promising hither.”[93]
Graeme Virtue from
The Guardian
gave the series four of five stars and wrote:”While both take an appealing innocence, it is Moriarty’s maltreated simply undaunted Starlight who, accordingly, feels like she is preventing the whole thing from collapsing into darkness.”[94]
Kristy Puchko at
IGN
gave the beginning episode a score of 7.2/10 and appreciated how the story came from the comics simply with clever changes. Puchko praised the bandage, especially Moriarty: “Moriarty brings a nuance to her performance that refuses to allow Starlight feel like a two-dimensional damsel. She’southward not naïve. She’s hopeful. And she’s a fighter.
The Boys
makes all of that clear in short order.” She concludes:

The Boys
could still be a thrilling ride as it subverts the expectations of the family unit-friendly genre, with night twists and unapologetically graphic scenes of sex and violence. The premiere ep has a lot of heavy lifting to exercise in exposition, nonetheless Kripke works in some stunner moments, jolts of fun, and stellar action sequences.”[95]

Liz Shannon Miller of
The A.V. Social club
wrote: “Karl Urban proves to exist a thoroughly committed performer every bit Billy Butcher, whose dedication to taking down “supes” of course has a personal edge, simply so again, when yous come across what men like the blatantly fake and evil Homelander (Antony Starr) are getting upward to information technology makes sense that he’s devoted his life to taking down the cause.”[96]
Matthew Dessem from
Slate
commented: “The Boys
is an good deconstruction of superhero stories, with an appropriately wintery view of institutional power, exist it corporate, governmental, religious, or caped.”[97]
Andrew Wyatt from
Movie theater St. Louis
praised the series for its humor and themes, writing: “Yes, information technology’s contemptuous and ultra-violent, just what distinguishes
The Boys
is its sincere fascination with its characters’ anxieties, compulsions, and human failings.”[98]
Meagan Navarro of Encarmine Icky praised the series for its entertaining story, rating it four.v out of 5 and wrote: “Not a frame is spared in crafting this nuanced and darkly humorous universe drenched in claret and violence. All eight episodes are expertly crafted and constructed to tell one cohesive story that volition make you lot gasp, guffaw, and cheer in equal measure.”[99]
Matthew Gilbert from
The Boston Globe
wrote: “The premise of the Amazon blackness comedy is never not fun, and the more we acquire about this bizarro world, as the supes go along the tardily-dark talk shows and stage team-up photo ops on various crimes, the ameliorate. … The cast is fine, particularly Shue, who is icily effective; Quaid, whose neurotic just brave fumblings are endearing; and Urban, who is Hughie’south gonzo guide. But the existent star of
The Boys
is the situation itself.”[100]

Season 2

[edit]

On Rotten Tomatoes, the second season holds an approval rating of 97% based on 100 reviews, with an boilerplate rating of viii.03/x. The website’due south critical consensus reads, “The Boys
comes out swinging in a superb 2d season that digs deeper into its complicated characters and ups the action ante without pulling whatsoever of its socially critical punches.”[89]
On Metacritic, the season has a weighted average score of 80 out of 100, based on 15 critics, indicating “generally favorable reviews”.[90]

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Eric Deggans of
NPR
described the 2nd season as “a wonderfully destructive, cynically entertaining work”.[101]
Brian Tallerico of Vulture commented: “The season premiere introduces new bandage members without losing focus of what worked about the get-go yr, and just about all of it bodes well for where the next seven episodes could be going.”[102]
Roxana Hadadi from
The A.V. Club
wrote: “All of those elements feel most in line with
The Boys
as writer Garth Ennis imagined the serial: A portrait of shared capitalist and nationalist corruption, entwined together to create a morass of exploitation and abuse.”[103]
Ben Travers from
IndieWire
gave the series a “B” class rating and commented: “The Boys
is still an imperfect beast, simply it gets and then many parts correct – I haven’t even talked virtually the skilled stunt work or expertly staged activity scenes – that you’re likely to get caught upwards in its avid satire.”[104]
Lorraine Ali from
Los Angeles Times
wrote: “Pulling dark humor out of that caustic cauldron is non just a skill, it’due south a warped superpower. Even the most super-skeptic of viewers can agree about that.”[105]
Sonia Saraiya from
Vanity Off-white
commented: “Even in the midst of stunning brutality, the show has a sardonic sense of humor that keeps the story crackling.”[106]
Dan Jolin from
Empire
praised the serial for its dark humor and Antony Starr’south functioning and wrote: “Appropriately plenty, Starr remains the, er, star of the show, the very embodiment of its blackness-hole-dark one-act concept: with great ability comes a consummate condone for whatsoever form of responsibility, accountability or morality.”[107]
Liz Shannon Miller of
Collider
wrote: “Peradventure the well-nigh important thing that Season 2 does is push button the show’s telescopic beyond the realm of capes and tights; its letters aren’t subtle, merely then once more, neither is putting on a costume and fighting criminal offence.”[108]

On Amazon, flavour 2 of the series saw initial audience review bombing with 49 per centum of 1400 reviews left by September half dozen, 2020, providing a ane-star rating, most of which praised the available episodes but criticized Amazon’s weekly release schedule.[109]

At the 1st Critics’ Choice Super Awards, the series received five nominations: All-time Superhero Series, Best Thespian in a Superhero Series (Starr, Urban), Best Actress in a Superhero Series (Cash) and Best Villain in a Series (Starr),[110]
completely sweeping its genre at the event.

Audience viewership

[edit]

In Oct 2019, Nielsen announced it had begun tracking viewership of Amazon Prime number programs. It said
The Boys
had attracted 8million total viewers in its first 10 days of release, making it i of the near successful original programs on Amazon Prime number.[111]
For the second season, the first three episodes drew a 7.2 percent share of streams relative to the top 100 most-watched TV shows on Reelgood within its opening weekend, chirapsia the third season of
Stranger Things
(five.8 pct) and
The Mandalorian
(4.4 per centum).[112]
The prove’s audience increased 89 percent compared to the first flavour. Nielsen ratings revealed that 891million minutes of the prove has been watched, placing it number three on the Nielsen list, just backside
Cobra Kai
(2.17billion minutes) and Friction match (one.42billion minutes).[113]
[114]
It became the kickoff not-Netflix testify to appear on the Nielsen Top 10 Streaming Shows list.[115]
[116]

Accolades

[edit]

Yr Award Category Nominee(s) Result Ref.
2020 Primetime Creative Arts Emmy Awards Outstanding Sound Editing for a One-act or Drama Series (Ane-Hour) Wade Barnett, David Barbee, Bricklayer Kopeikin, Brian Dunlop, Ryan Briley, Chris Newlin, Christopher Brooks, Joseph T. Sabella and Jesi Ruppel
(for “The Name of the Game”)
Nominated [117]
2021 Critics’ Selection Super Awards Best Histrion in a Superhero Series Antony Starr Won [118]
Karl Urban Nominated
Best Actress in a Superhero Serial Aya Cash Won
Best Superhero Serial The Boys Won
All-time Villain in a Serial Antony Starr Won
Hollywood Critics Association Telly Awards Best Thespian in a Streaming Series, Drama Karl Urban Nominated [119]
Best Extra in a Streaming Series, Drama Aya Greenbacks Nominated
Best Streaming Series, Drama The Boys Nominated
Best Supporting Role player in a Streaming Series, Drama Giancarlo Esposito Nominated
Motion Motion-picture show Sound Editors Awards Outstanding Achievement in Sound Editing – Music Score and Musical for Episodic Long Class Broadcast Media Christopher Brooks
(for “Nothing Like It in the World”)
Nominated [120]
MTV Movie & Boob tube Awards Best Fight “Starlight, Queen Maeve, Kimiko vs. Stormfront” Nominated [121]
Best Hero Jack Quaid Nominated
All-time Testify The Boys Nominated
Best Villain Aya Greenbacks Nominated
Primetime Creative Arts Emmy Awards Outstanding Original Music and Lyrics “Never Truly Vanish” – Christopher Lennertz and Michael Saltzman
(for “The Large Ride”)
Nominated [122]
Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Comedy or Drama Serial (One-60 minutes) Alexandra Fehrman, Rich Weingart and Thomas Hayek
(for “What I Know”)
Nominated
Outstanding Special Visual Effects in a Season or a Picture show Stephan Fleet, Shalena Oxley-Butler, Kat Greene, Rian McNamara, Tony Kenny, Steve Moncur, Julian Hutchens, Anthony Paterson and Keith Sellers Nominated
Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Drama Series Eric Kripke, Seth Rogen, Evan Goldberg, James Weaver, Neal H. Moritz, Pavun Shetty, Craig Rosenberg, Phil Sgriccia, Rebecca Sonnenshine, Ken F. Levin, Jason Netter, Garth Ennis, Darick Robertson, Michael Saltzman, Michaela Starr, Gabriel Garcia and Hartley Gorenstein Nominated
Outstanding Writing for a Drama Series Rebecca Sonnenshine
(for “What I Know”)
Nominated
Saturn Awards Best Performance by a Younger Actor in a Television Series Erin Moriarty Nominated [123]
Best Superhero Television Serial The Boys Won
Screen Actors Guild Awards Outstanding Performance by a Stunt Ensemble in a Comedy or Drama Series The Boys Nominated [124]
Writers Society of America Awards Tv: Dramatic Serial Eric Kripke, Ellie Monahan, Anslem Richardson, Craig Rosenberg, Michael Saltzman and Rebecca Sonnenshine Nominated [125]

Spin-offs

[edit]


The Boys Presents: Diabolical


[edit]

On December 5, 2021, at the Brazil Comic-Con, Prime Video announced that
The Boys Presents: Diabolical, an animated anthology series, had been given an eight-episode series club.[126]
On January xviii, 2022, it was announced that the series would premiere on March four, 2022.[127]


Thousand-Men
spin-off


[edit]

On September 24, 2020, it was appear that a spin-off centered on a superhero college had been fast-tracked into evolution upon the ratings success of the series’ second season. Described as being “part college show, part
Hunger Games“, the spin-off is to be fix “…at America’s merely college exclusively for young adult superheroes (and run by Vought International)” and is described equally “an irreverent, R-rated series that explores the lives of hormonal, competitive Supes as they put their physical, sexual, and moral boundaries to the test, competing for the best contracts in the all-time cities”.[128]
On October 2, 2020, Kripke stated the series would focus on the One thousand-Men team that had been mentioned in the first flavor, a parody of the X-Men.[129]
In March 2021, Lizze Broadway, Jaz Sinclair, Shane Paul McGhie, Aimee Carrero, and Maddie Phillips were cast to star.[130]
[131]
[132]
On Apr 15, 2021, Reina Hardesty joined the main cast.[133]
[134]
[135]
On September 27, 2021, the untitled spin-off was given a series social club by Amazon Studios.[136]
On March 10, 2022, Carrero and McGhie exited the series.[137]
Few days later, Adventure Perdomo joined the primary bandage in a recasting, replacing McGhie.[138]

Other media

[edit]


Supe Porn


[edit]

On October 3, 2020, Eric Kripke confirmed that the in-universe pornographic superhero picture show scenes briefly glimpsed in the second season
The Boys
episode “Butcher, Baker, Candlestick Maker” had been produced in full, expressing interest in releasing them under the name
Supe Porn
to the website of the same name, registered to Sony Pictures,[139]
every bit well as formally requesting Seth Rogen, Evan Goldberg, Antony Starr and the other followers of his Twitter page to join him in petitioning Prime number Video and Amazon Studios to allow the potential spider web series to be uploaded.[140]


Vought News Network


[edit]

Ahead of the premiere of the tertiary flavor, the serial had released video segments in the class of in-universe news reports from the Vought News Network channel on YouTube. Each of the seven segments contains seven stories that tease events in upcoming episodes and introduce new cast members, and acts every bit a bridge between Season 2 and three. Matthew Edison, who plays news ballast Cameron Coleman, will also announced in the third season of the serial.[141]

Notes

[edit]


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    Known as Sony Pictures Tv set Studios for some episodes of season two

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