The maker of the show has officially confirmed the green light for The Boys season 2 which will release in 2020 around the same time as the last season. We are here with all the details for you so let’s dig deeper and talk about the release date, cast, and all that we know so far!’
Cast of The Boys Season 2
The Boys season 2 was planned even before the 1st season premiered. Season 2 was ordered at the time of SDCC during July of 2019. Cast will consist of Eric Kripke, Malcolm Barrett and Goran Visnjic among others.
Victoria Neuman, a young congresswoman, will be played by Claudia Doumit. Malcolm Barrett returns as Seth Reed. Moving on to the new member joining the crew is Aya Cash as confirmed during SDCC in 2019. She will be playing a super-human Nazi antagonist going by the name Stormfront.
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Jack Quaid will come back as Hughie and Karl Urban as Billy Butcher. Remaining members of The Boys will also return in their respective character:
- Karl Urban as Billy Butcher
- Jack Quaid as Hugh / Hughie
- Antony Starr as John / Homelander,
- Tomer Capon as Frenchie
- Erin Moriarty as Annie January / Starlight
- Dominique McElligott as Queen Maeve
- Jessie T. Usher as A-Train
- Laz Alonso as Marvin / Mother’s Milk (MM).
- Chace Crawford as Kevin / the Deep
- Karen Fukuhara as Kimiko / the Female
- Nathan Mitchell as Black Noir
- Elisabeth Shue as Madelyn Stillwell
The Boys Season 2 Release Date
Going by what Eric Kripke has revealed, The Boys season 2 will release on Amazon Prime in July of 2020. To be precise, Kripke stated that season 2 will release “around the same time as season 1”. Season 1 of The Boys released on July 26, 2019.
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Latest Updates: May 2020
The Boys may or may not get delayed because of COVID-19. While there have been no official announcement confirming the same, we bring to you the titles of all The Boys season 2 episodes:
- Episode 1 “The Big Ride” written by Eric Kripke
- Episode 2 “Proper Preparation and Planning” written by Rebecca Sonnenshine
- Episode 3 “Nothing Like It in the World” written by Michael Saltzman
- Episode 4 “Over the Hill with the Swords of a Thousand Men” written by Craig Rosenberg
- Episode 5 “We Gotta Go Now” written by Ellie Monahan
- Episode “6 The Bloody Doors Off” written by Anslem Richardson
- Episode 7 “Butcher, Baker, Candlestick Maker” written by Craig Rosenberg
- Episode 8 “What I Know” written by Rebecca Sonnenshine