In the manner of the program, The Boys sends out a Christmas greeting to the audience.
The Boys Season 3 cast members Jack Quaid, Karl Urban, Tomer Capone, Karen Fukuhara, and Laz Alonso are shown in a flashback shot putting up a middle finger to the camera on the Prime Video superhero drama’s Twitter account. The picture was taken during Season 3 production. The title of the picture states, “Holiday card is in the mail, return address 673 Nosh My Bollocks Ave,” as The Boys actors snub their fans over the holiday season. The show’s third season, which debuted in the summer of 2022, is again mentioned in this.
In the Season 3 opener of The Boys, sworn foes Billy Butcher (Urban) and Homelander (Antony Starr) get down and discuss their problems. Homelander asks Butcher where his kid Ryan (Cameron Crovetti) is, and Butcher replies, “He’s at 673 Nosh My Bollocks Ave,” before offering the psychotic supe a pen and paper to record the information. The disclosure occurs later in the first episode, which begins an eight-episode season full of surprises.
The Boys’ Generation V Spinoff will be released in 2023
Even while it seems like The Boys won’t be releasing any new episodes for fans this Christmas, they will be introduced to an entirely new aspect of the show’s universe in 2023. During Prime Video’s Comic Con Experience 2022 presentation, a first peek at Gen V, the live-action offshoot of The Boys was presented, providing fans a look at the college life of Vought International’s next superheroes. Godolkin University will serve as the setting for the 2023 television series, which takes its cue from the “G-Men” comic book series by Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson, a spin-off of Marvel’s X-Men.
Who will be featured in The Boys Season 4?
It is uncertain whether fans will have more to discover in 2023. The Boys Season 4 is presently in production, although there is no set release date or timeframe as of this writing. However, the program has made several casting announcements for the following season, including The Walking Dead’s Jeffrey Dean Morgan in an unnamed part that not even certain cast members are aware of.
Valorie Curry and Susan Heyward have joined Season 4 as the newbie supers Firecracker and Sage, respectively. Actors Rob Benedict and Elliot Knight have also joined in an unspecified capacity. With Simon Pegg returning as Hughie’s father and Rosemarie DeWitt being hired as Hughie’s mother, Crovetti has been elevated to series regular, and Quaid will see both of his screen parents in Season 4.
Along with the first season of the animated offshoot The Boys Presents: Diabolical, the first three seasons of The Boys are now streamable on Prime Video. In 2023, Gen V is expected to make its service debut.