‘The Boys’ Season 2 Promises to Be a Bloody Diabolical Ride

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Courtesy of Amazon Prime Video/’The Boys’. Still by Jan Thijs.

The premiere season of Amazon Prime Video’s The Boys dropped this past summer, and this live-action adaption of Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson’s comic book series was an absolute hit. However, with Timeless and Supernatural‘s Eric Kripke at the helm, joined by the likes of Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg, the show was bound to be a success.

The Boys follows a wayward group of vigilantes with one collective mission: take down the corrupt superheroes that the world has been fooled into loving. Season one was hilarious, obnoxious, and downright bloody — this show absolutely isn’t afraid to push the limits … in any direction.

The cast and crew have been hyping up season two to be even bloodier and epic than the first. Production recently wrapped, and now we have a trailer to see just what we’re in store for.

The trailer flips through various clips of the Boys and a handful of those naughty Supes. A-Train seems to be alive (though maybe not “and well”), and Homelander may or may not be taking a break from wreaking havoc to have some twisted bonding time with his “son.” And don’t blink, because it looks like Billy Butcher’s bulldog Terror will finally be making an appearance as well!

The trailer closes on a scene of Butcher sipping a cup of tea, which is fitting, to say the least. The jury is still out on what fantastic new pieces we can expect from his wardrobe this season, especially after all of the Boys’ homes were compromised, so we can only hope that he made a pit stop at the mall before heading back out to kill some Supes.

Showrunner Eric Kripke previously confirmed that season two of The Boys will arrive exclusively on Amazon Prime Video in Summer 2020. While you’re waiting, take a walk down season one memory lane with Billy Butcher’s most diabolical one-liners and his untouchable shirt collection.

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