The creator of the TV series The Boys Eric Kripke recently communicated via his Twitter account that a live streaming reunion with the cast of the series is coming from the comics of Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson during which the release date of the new season will be announced. This direct will take place this evening, to the delight of all fans of the series produced by Amazon Prime.
IT BEGINS, FUCKERS. Tune in to @TheBoysTV FRIDAY, 2pm ET, 11am PT for a reunion hosted by @pattonoswalt !!
The cast talks Season 2 secrets! Show Season 2 clips! Say "cunt" a lot! AND ANNOUNCE THE SEASON 2 PREMIERE DATE! #TheBoys #TheBoysTV #SPNFamilyhttps: //t.co/kfJYlm8wLF
- Eric Kripke (@therealKripke) June 24, 2020
The first season was very popular, boasting favorable reviews from both critics and the community. Based on the comic book series of the same name, The Boys is a dark and satirical version of the genre superheroes produced by Sony Pictures Entertainment, which features a special team tasked with annihilating a company and its superheroes who abuse their powers. In this regard, Kripke has promised that the second season will not only be bigger than the first, but also incisively deeper, more intense, more insane, more heartbreaking and more driven towards the characters.. We remind our readers that, as we explain better in the our article, the new one was announced comic series by The Boys, set exactly 12 years after the series finale.
In the second season of The Boys we will meet William "Billy" Butcher (played by Karl Urban) Hugh "Hughie" Campbell (played by Jack Quaid) John / Patriot (played by Antony Starr) Annie January / Starlight (played by Erin Moriarty) Queen Maeve (played by Dominique McElligott), A-Train (played by Jessie Usher) Marvin / Breast Milk (played by Laz Alonso), Kevin / Abyss (played by Chace Crawford), Frenchie (played by Tomer Kapon), Kimiko / Female (played by Karen fukuhara).