” FYI, it is not a decision of Amazon. It really comes from us. It is we who pitched this desire to them ” he warned in particular to Collider. A choice that, before surprising The Boys fans, visibly unsettled the executives of Prime Video, “A lot of people weren't hot because it was new and they don't do it often. But we really wanted to do it. and Amazon finally agreed to test “.
A decision made for fans and the series
But then, why did Eric Kripke and his team dream of gradually broadcasting these new episodes in the era of binge-watching? Just to let us savor, ” Our feeling is that when it all airs all at once, you end up with binge drinking. People smash the show in a week or two. So there is a huge amount of activity. suddenly and it comes down and disappears just as quickly .
However, Eric Kripke recalled, it is ultimately a creator's worst nightmare. No one wants to see his work, which took months to come to life, fade into oblivion in just a few days, ” There are so many great moments in Season 2, so we wanted to allow people to take time to digest them. That way they can think about it and talk about it before moving on. It allows the series to live longer in the conversation. ”
A frustrating situation for some, but the dad of The Boys is convinced of it, it is ultimately for the good of all, ” A little anticipation, it is inevitably a good thing “.