Prime Video confirms The Boys Season 4

The announcement comes months after Karl Urban revealed that the series' fourth season will start filming later this year.

Halfway through the current one, Amazon Studios just announced that The Boys is coming back for a fourth season.

Prime Video Confirms The Boys Season
The Boys' third season has two more episodes that are yet to air.

Prime Video's latest revelation comes just a week after the third season of The Boys dropped. The Emmy-nominated series is a live-action adaptation of the graphic novel series of the same name by Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson and it's raised the stakes in every season. The third season, in particular, immediately went viral following its premiere last week due to a certain "exploding genitalia", which The Boys' showrunner, Eric Kripke, addressed in a press release.

Prime Video Confirms The Boys Season
Hopefully, future seasons of The Boys will have more episodes.

With Season 4 of The Boys now confirmed, The Boys' cinematic future is very bright. Don't forget, The Boys isn't just returning for a fourth season. Amazon's hit superhero series has already spawned one successful spin-off, The Boys Presents: Diabolical, and another untitled spin-off featuring college-age Supes is also in the works.

All bets are off if the series continues to rake in the numbers. We've already had reports of a The Boys video game adaptation and these types of announcements will only give Amazon more confidence to pursue this avenue.

Until then, fans can look forward to watching every new episode of The Boys on Thursday nights at 7:00 PM EST.

In other news, Amazon hasn't been afraid to throw its weight around these days. On top of The Boys, Amazon is giving audiences more reasons to stay on its streaming platform with upcoming shows such as It Takes Two, God of War, Mass Effect, and The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power, among others.

Ray Ampoloquio
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