Wednesday, July 6, 2022

‘The Boys’: New Vought News Network Digital Series ‘Seven on 7’ Launches

Another day, another piece of Vought propaganda.

Fans of The Boys have been craving a season 3 after last season’s events consistently left audiences reeling from the phenomenal, yet shocking, plotlines. While the show’s third season is still underway in terms of filming, it seems that fans are being thrown a bone. A new digital miniseries Seven on 7 on VNN (Vought News Network), has launched.

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This series based on the familiar news network serves to bridge the gap between the events of seasons 2 and 3 of The Boys, offering 7 news stories and a commercial per episode with that unique Vought PR spin. VNN’s episodes of Seven on 7 will be released on the 7th of every month. The news anchor, Cameron Coleman (who is portrayed by Matthew Edison) will also reprise his role in season 3 of The Boys as a continuation of VNN. These episodes will not break the fourth wall and will serve as a “real-world and in-world blend” for the show.

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A short quote on the new series from showrunner Eric Kripke can be found below.

“Since the very start of THE BOYS, we’ve seen Vought’s propaganda arm — I mean, news channel — VNN.  We’ll be digging deeper into those fair and balanced patriots next season, so as a teaser, we’re introducing “Seven on 7” with VNN’s biggest star Cameron Coleman.  The episodes are in world canon, serving up brand new information that bridges the story gap between Seasons 2 and 3.  So enjoy the hot takes and catheter commercials, just like your parents do!”

We’re so excited to get this glimpse into the world of The Boys ahead of season 3 and can’t wait to dissect all of the clues and easter eggs that are sure to appear. You can watch the first episode of Seven on 7 below. As always, stay tuned for more updates.

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