Whereas we look forward to The Boys to come back again to city, Amazon is launching an in-universe digital collection to tide us over. The third season of the hit superhero parody continues to be a methods away, however Leisure Weekly has revealed that Amazon Studios is launching a brand new digital miniseries to complement the present and fill in narrative gaps. In line with EW, the collection will current in-universe information segments from the Vought Information Community, the “Fox Information-esque media division” of Vought Industries, the ability behind the superpower in The Boys.
The collection stars Matthew Edison as VNN anchor Cameron Coleman, presenting “Seven on 7” segments — a reference to the Justice League-esque group of heroes managed by Vought Industries — who may also be showing in Season 3 of The Boys.
Showrunner Eric Kripke spoke to EW in regards to the mini-series, discussing how the episodes work in tandem with The Boys to construct out the present’s ever-expanding universe:
“Because the very begin of The Boys, we've seen Vought's propaganda arm — I imply, information channel — VNN…We'll be digging deeper into these honest and balanced patriots subsequent season, in order a teaser, we're introducing 'Seven on 7' with VNN's greatest star Cameron Coleman. The episodes are in-world canon, serving up brand-new info that bridges the story hole between Season 2 and three. So benefit from the sizzling takes and catheter commercials, similar to your dad and mom do!"
The primary episode, out there on ‘Vought Worldwide’s YouTube channel, picks up the place Season Two left off, detailing Homelander’s (Anthony Starr) disappearance from the general public eye, the in-universe authorities halting its plan to incorporate superhumans within the army, and Hughie Campbell’s (Jack Quaid) appointment as senior analyst on Congresswoman Neuman's (Claudia Doumit) marketing campaign staff. The episode additionally features a parody of MyPillow, with a business for a faux model known as OurSheet.
Episodes will launch on the seventh of each month on Vought’s YouTube channel, and can function seven ‘information’ clips and a business, all dropping more and more essential hints in regards to the present’s upcoming season. Try the complete first episode under:
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