According to an official press release from Amazon Studios, Season 4 of The Boys, one of the most successful series on Amazon Prime Video, will have the return of Simon Pegg, Chumbo Grosso, in its next episodes. In addition, new actors also join the cast already filled with renowned stars.
The highlight is the arrival of Rosemarie DeWitt, from The ladder, like Hughie’s mother. Until then, the character had not yet been introduced in the series.
Meanwhile, another actor from Supernatural joins the cast: Rob Benedict, Chuck from the series that starred Jensen Ackles. Likewise, two new characters will be introduced in the series: Firecracker and Sister Sage, played by Valorie Curry (The Lost Symbol) and Susan Heyward (Orange Is the New Black), respectively.
Finally, Elliot Knight, from Call of Duty: Modern Warfare IIhas also been confirmed for the upcoming season.
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Still without an official release date, the episodes of season 4 should be released in the catalog of the streaming platform in 2023.
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The Amazon Prime Video series is based on graphic novels created by Eric Kripke of Supernatural🇧🇷 The plot follows a CIA superintendent who monitors a community of superheroes.
Corrupted by fame, superheroes are responsible for reckless behavior, often being characterized as anti-heroes. Some of the characters are parodies of members of the Justice Leaguelike Superman.
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New details about season 4 should be revealed as production progresses. Currently, the series is filming in Canada.
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