The first trailer for The Boys season 3 reveals what occurs following the cliffhanger from season 2, though perhaps not in the way fans expect. With the release of season 2 last fall, Amazon’s adaptation of Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson’s satirical comic book series reached new heights.
The Boys, which was already a hit for the streaming service after its first season, proved to be more relevant than ever with its treatment of real-life issues like white supremacy. Since the mind-blowing cliffhanger in October, fans have been anxiously awaiting new season 3 updates.
Season 2 of The Boys concluded with the revelation that Congresswoman Victoria Neuman (Claudia Doumit) isn’t nearly as good-hearted as everyone thought. Instead, she has her own superpowers, which she’s been using to blow up people’s brains all season. Hughie (Jack Quaid), who was last seen asking Neuman for a job, adds to the suspense of this announcement.
Homelander (Antony Starr) has hit rock bottom after losing girlfriend Stormfront (Aya Cash) and being beaten by the Seven’s surviving ladies, and the Boys have disbanded.
Seven On 7
To keep fans entertained, The Boys have published a really inventive season 3 teaser. Vought International shared a video from Vought News Network, a Fox News-style station that provides updates on The Boys’ world in the aftermath of season 2. Newscaster Cameron Coleman explains what’s going on with everything from Homelander to the Church of the Collective in the programme titled “Seven on Seven.”
Take a look at the video below
A few plot lines for The Boys season 3 have already been revealed based on this initial “Seven on 7.” For one thing, Homelander is avoiding the attention following his terrible setback at the end of Season 2. Furthermore, the general population is still blissfully unaware of Neuman’s violent intents, but they are aware that Hughie is collaborating with her.
Coleman’s reaction to Hughie’s employment – that is, his outrage – is analogous to that of stations like Fox News. This, along with the OurSheet commercial (a parody of MyPillow), maintains The Boys’ tradition of mocking current events in the United States. It’ll be interesting to see what VNN comes up with next.