The Boys Season 2 was announced on July 19, 2019, after the first season premiered. It is a superhero web television series. It is based on the comic book of the same name by Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson. The first season was received well from the viewers and critics and now season 2 is all set for its release this year on Amazon Prime Video.
So here’s everything we know so far about The Boys Season 2, including the release date, cast, plot, and the latest updates.
The Boys Season 2 – Release Date
The Boys Season 2 is scheduled to premiere on September 4, 2020, on Amazon Prime Video. The date was revealed in a live stream event hosted by Patton Oswalt on June 26. There’s additional good news for the fans as the series has been renewed for a third season as well.
The Boys Season 2 – Trailer Updates
Amazon had released a teaser trailer on December 5, 2019, for the second season. However, it got removed from Prime Video.
On August 4, Amazon released a new full trailer of the second season where we see Karl Urban striking back against the superheroes, known as The Seven, who misuse their powers. The trailer showed the secret agenda of The Seven to build the army of superheroes, by using political propaganda techniques.
The Boys Season 2 – Episodes Count
The second season will consist of a total of eight episodes. The first three episodes of the season will be immediately made available on September 4. The rest of the episodes will be available each Friday which will culminate the season on October 9.
Following are the titles of the episodes –
- The Big Ride
- Proper Preparation and Planning
- Nothing Like It In The World
- Over The Hill With The Swords Of A Thousand Men
- We, Gotta, Go Now
- The Bloody Doors Off
- Butcher, Baker, Candlestick Maker
- What I Know
The Boys Season 2 – Cast Details
Following will be the cast members joining the second season of The Boys –
- Karl Urban as Billy Butcher
- Erin Moriarty as Annie January/ Starlight
- Dominique McElligott as Queen Maeve
- Antony Starr as The Homelander
- Chace Crawford as The Deep
- Jessie Usher as A-Train
- Laz Alonso as Marvin/ Mother’s Milk
- Nathan Mitchell as Black Noir
- Jack Quaid as Hughie Campbell
- Simon Pegg as Hughie’s father