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‘The Boys’ breaks the record and is renewed for a fourth season

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The streaming platform Amazon has announced the renewal of “The Boys” for its fourth season. The company waited only to complete the first week of the premiere of the third year of production on Prime Video to confirm what has already been planned, adding as a bonus the revelation of a new audience record.

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“From our first conversation with [o showrunner] Eric Kripke and the creative team of “The Boys” season 3, we knew the show was getting even bolder, an impressive feat considering the huge success of the Emmy nominated second season, “said Vernon Sanders, Head of Global. Television by Amazon Studios, in a release.

“‘The Boys’ continues to push the boundaries of fiction while having endless fun and pointing the needle at social satire that feels all too real,” he continued. “This stylized world of the series has an incredible global reach and the ratings from the opening weekend are proof of that. We are immensely proud of the cast and crew who have spawned a franchise for Prime Video and look forward to bringing more.” The Boys’ to our subscribers “.

Like most streamers, Prime Video does not publish viewing figures on its show, but the release says that “The Boys” global audience in the three days after its third season premiere grew 17% from the premiere of the show. second. .

This is quite a feat considering the series broke the platform’s audience record in its second year of airing.

“Speaking for the cast and crew, we are so grateful to Sony, Amazon and especially the fans for embracing the series and allowing us to do more,” added Kripke. “We are thrilled to continue Brutus and the boys’ fight against Homelander and the Seven, as well as commenting more on the crazy world we live in.”

The third season of “The Boys” premiered on June 3 with the release of the first three episodes, which featured more violence, graphic scenes and dark humor than ever. The series continues to air unreleased weekly episodes until July 8.

The success is such that the attraction has won an animated spin-off, “The Boys: Diabolical”, and is preparing a juvenile spin-off, centered on the students of a superhero university, which will see the participation of the Brazilian Marco Pigossi. (“Invisible City”).

Source: Terra

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