What time does each new The Boys Season 3 episode come out?

The Boys Season 3 season 3 pulls no satirical punches while delivering a satisfyingly complete superhero saga.


The Boys' return on streaming platforms is welcomed by talks of Emmys nominations.

As if sensing fan's excitement for the next The Boys' season, Amazon Prime Video has released the first three episodes on its streaming platform before the season's official start date of June 3, much to viewers' delight.

After episodes 1-3 set the tone for the rest of the season (lots of gore!), fans are now wondering, when do the next episodes of The Boys Season 3 come out?

Unlike Netflix, which often drops an entire season's worth of content in one go, Amazon Prime Video is more traditional. Don't expect another three-episode release going forward.

Instead, each new episode will hit Amazon Prime Video every Thursday night at 7pm EST / 4pm PST in the United States. So, keep an eye out for new episodes of The Boys to hit Amazon Prime Video every Thursday night at 7pm EST, all the way through to the end of the season on July 8.

After waiting for over a year, The Boys is finally back with its third season and fans certainly got their fill. Following the release of the official trailer in May, audiences have waited impatiently for the return of Karl Urban's Billy Butcher as well as the debut of his newfound superpowers. Now that he's capable of going toe-to-toe with Homelander, all bets are off between the leaders of their respective groups.

In addition to the returning cast, Season 3 of The Boys brings onboard Jensen Ackles as Soldier, Laurie Holden as Crimson Countess, Sean Patrick Flannery as Gunpowder, Nick Weschler as Blue Hawk, Miles Gaston Villanueva as Supersonic, Frances Turner as Monique, Kristen Booth and Jack Doon as Tellan and Tommy, respectively, as well as Katia Winter as Little Nina.

Hopefully, The Boys' fourth season won't take as long to air as the third one.

Speaking of The Boys, Karl Urban let it slip that the fourth season will begin production later this year.

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