The Boys is over, and the crew has departed fans with one last communication after what has been a tremendous two months for Prime Video.
To begin, the cast and crew of The Boys thanked fans for continuing to support them throughout season three, which delivered some of the series’ most exciting moments thus far. The squad recognized fans for all of their input this year, whether it’s jokes, theories, art, and more.
In the end, the cast promised more of The Boys and promised to keep followers up to date until season four.
The conclusion of The Boys season three premiered last Friday, bringing with it a number of key scenes to round out the season and leave fans hungry for more. Following a strong start to the season, the series maintained its excellence throughout the eight-episode run of season three.
The Boys has no announced date for a fourth season, but it shouldn’t take long. According to a previous Collider report, the show will reunite later this year to work on it, so another season could arrive in 2023.
The Boys took a lengthy break between seasons two and three, however it was mostly due to COVID delays, which shouldn’t be as much of an issue for the next season.
While you wait, fans will have access to the first three seasons of The Boys to binge through while a fix is required; but keep an eye on the show’s official social media for further information.
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