The Boys Season two is coming on Amazon Prime Video. Head down to see the details from the atmosphere date, cast to the storyline!
The Boys Season 2: Release date
The release date for Season 2 has been declared via an event. Season two will arrive on September 4, 2020. While Amazon dropped all episodes of Season 1 this time, they are going to change things up for Season 2. Amazon will release the first few episodes on September 4, along with the five events; therefore, the episode will air on October 9.
This method has never been completed by Netflix and likely will not ever, but it seems something different is trying and see if this theory works. It’s the thought to create buzz and get people talking about the series if episodes have been released each week.
The Boys Season 2: Cast
The whole cast will return for Season Two. This implies Karl Urban will probably be back together with Jack Quaid as Hughie Campbell and Antony Starr as John/Homelander, as Billy Butcher.
Erin Moriarty can also be returning as Annie January/Starlight, along with Karen Fukuhara as Kimiko/The Female, Tomer Capon as Frenchie, Laz Alonso as Marvin/Mother’s Milk, Chace Crawford as The Deep, Dominique McElligott as Queen Maeve, Jessie T. Usher as A-Train and Nathan Mitchell as Black Noir.
Patton Oswalt is emerging as a superhero, as Tek Knight as a guest star. Another cast addition is Aya Cash, a superheroine who utilizes websites to advance her political agendas, as Stormfront.
The Boys Season 2: Plot
Season two’s synopsis reads: “The more extreme, more mad season two discovers that the Boys on the run from the legislation, sought by the Supes, and desperately attempt to regroup and fight against Vought. In concealing, Hughie, Mother’s Milk, Frenchie, and Kimiko attempt to adapt to a new standard, with Butcher nowhere.”
The synopsis talks about her location must be navigated by Starlight as Homelander sets his sights on taking control while his power has been jeopardized with the accession of Stormfront. There is also a supervillain danger as Vought attempts to capitalize on the paranoia of the nation.