Season 3 of Amazon Prime’s The Boys arrives in June, and Season 4 is already in the works, as proven by the show’s wacky teaser. In addition, the series’ animated anthology spinoff, Diabolical, was recently cancelled, with prospects for a live-action spinoff in the works. However, the show’s second spinoff does not appear to be going well behind the scenes, since it just lost another one of its previously cast performers, Reina Hardesty.
Reina Hardesty, who previously appeared in Brockmire, is the third leading lady to leave the unnamed Boys spinoff, following Aimee Carrero from Young & Hungry and Shane Paul McGhie from Deputy. On the heels of the second season of The Boys, the spinoff for the bawdy anti-superhero Amazon series was originally announced to be in development in 2020. The Rookie actress Lizze Broadway and Chilling Adventures of Sabrina star Jaz Sinclair were identified as two of the leads during the casting process last year. Maddie Phillips of Teenage Bounty Hunters will also appear in the series, as will Chance Perdomo, a Sabrina veteran who was cast in place of Shane Paul McGhie.
To replace the shoes of Hardesty and Carrero, the series now has to recruit two fresh protagonists. Meanwhile, fans are definitely looking forward to the highly-anticipated third season of The Boys, which will premiere in June. The newest batch of episodes will include multiple “new” supes, such as Supernatural’s Jensen Ackles as Soldier Boy, Sean Patrick Flanery as Gunpowder, Miles Gaston Villanueva as Supersonic, and more.
But, with no set premiere date and plenty of other Boys material on the way, finding the perfect performers for the recast roles shouldn’t be an issue.
Vought International, America’s only college for young adult superheroes, will be the setting for the future spinoff. The series will be R-rated and very irreverent, chronicling the lives of hormonal Supes “as they put their physical, sexual, and moral boundaries to the test, fighting for the finest contracts in the city,” just like its predecessor.