Showrunner Teases That Season 3 Of The Boys Has A Lot Of Madness

Eric Kripke, the showrunner of The Boys, has hinted that the show’s upcoming third season will feature “a lot of madness.”

The critically acclaimed Amazon Prime series premiered in 2019 and captivated audiences with its unique and brutal take on the superhero genre.

Karl Urban and Jack Quaid band up in The Boys, based on Garth Ennis’ comic book series of the same name, to take down The Seven, a group of super-powered people who are the product of a massive corporation called Vought Industries.

Under the alias Homelander, Anthony Starr leads the heroes, while Chace Crawford (Gossip Girl) plays The Deep.

While season 1 provided the first shock factor, season 2 really knocked it out of the park with its wild and perhaps questionable sequences that established the show’s place as a true genre standout.

Season 2 included a variety of weird situations, like a 50-foot whale being smashed into by a boat captained by Urban’s character, Billy, in addition to the normal craziness that fans of The Boys have come to expect.

In a shocking twist, Congresswoman Victoria Neuman (played by Claudia Doumit) was revealed to have a terrifying ability that allows her to explore people’s heads at will in the season 2 finale, casting doubt on her character’s motives after she had appeared to be an ally to Quaid’s character, Hughie.