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The Boys season 4: here are the new members of the Seven

Natasha Kumar By Natasha Kumar May24,2024

Season 4 of The Boys is expected on June 13 on Amazon Prime Video. The first three episodes will be broadcast all at once, then one episode will be broadcast later. per week until the end on July 18. Recently, we learned that the composition of the Seven would change. Eric Kripke, the showrunner, has just revealed more about these new members.

The Boys season 4: here are the new members of the Seven

The boys: big hurry!

Since its launch in 2019, the series The Boys has become an absolute reference in the superhero genre. Developed by Eric Kripke, the series is adapted from the cult comics of Garth Ennis. Taken by Jack Quaid, Karl Urban and even Anthony Starr, the show is a violent, deranged, irreverent, and particularly trashy proposition that goes off the beaten track of the genre.

The Boys season 4: here are the new members of the Seven

While season 4 will begin broadcasting onJune 13 , we recently learned that the composition of the Seven will change. In fact, all that remains is 3 original membersof the Seven. Only Homelander, The Deep and A-Train are still standing. The rest of the team will consist of a brand new Black Noir as well as two new recruits: Sister Sage and Firecracker, respectively played by Susan Heyward and Valorie Curry. For the last member, its identity remains secret, but it is rumored that it could be Ryan, Homelander's son.

New glimpse of the Seven

As you might expect, Sister Sage and FirecrackerThey are also completely dead. All as violent and disturbed as the other members of the Seven, they will undoubtedly give trouble to everyone. twist again Butcher’s team. Sister Sage will be a particularly tough enemy since she is presented as being the smartest person on the planet. In a recent interview with Entertainment Weekly, Eric Kripke gave: some details regarding these new characters:

While most supers are affluent white guys, we wanted a black woman raised in a low socio-economic area. So no one listens to him. She may be the smartest person on the planet, but no one listens to her. It’s obviously satirical. She could cure all of society's ills, but she can't find anyone to listen to her. So she becomes a bitter misanthrope.

The Seven is back in three weeks. Or The Six? Can never get the number fuckin right. pic.twitter.com/IXicy5vuQt

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As for; Firecracker is a violent extremist. But Sage thinks she can leverage her fan base to gain more influence:

It turns out there's always crazier.  Firecracker is a representation of conspiracy movements and far-right disinformation media. This character has a surprising story that connects her to others. some characters are not our own world.

The Boys : Mexico

Eric Kripke also benefited from the game. of this interview to discuss The Boys : Mexico, a spin-off developed in by Gareth Dunnet-Alcocer (the screenwriter of Blue Beetle). For the moment, we know nothing about this third spin-off of the licenseThe Boys (after Gen V and The Boys: Diabolical), but Eric Kripke has some insight; share with us:

They are finalizing the pilot in agreement with the screenwriter. It’s a series the improbable and particularly funny ambition. But there are still many obstacles to this. confront. We have to finalize the pilot, then write episode 2, etc… I think he can do it, and he probably will. But we are still very far away from being able to offer easter eggs and connections.

While season 4 of The Boysn’ not yet released on Amazon Prime, Eric Kripke’s series has already been released on Amazon Prime. Summer renewed for a fifth season.

 

 

Natasha Kumar

By Natasha Kumar

Natasha Kumar has been a reporter on the news desk since 2018. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining The Times Hub, Natasha Kumar worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella. To get in touch, contact me through my natasha@thetimeshub.in 1-800-268-7116

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