‘The Boys’ Season 4 Trailer Reveals Exciting ‘Gen V’ Crossover


The wait is nearly over as Prime Video has just dropped the trailer for Season 4 of ‘The Boys’ during CCXP México. This season promises an intense blend of action, with political schemes and the addition of animal superpowers shaking things up.

Karl Urban is back as Billy Butcher, who’s racing against time due to his deteriorating health from using Temp-V. Despite his condition, Butcher is not slowing down. He’s rallying his crew for one last stand against the Supes. With support from Hughie, Annie, Mother’s Milk, Frenchie, and Kimiko, Butcher is ready to challenge his enemies head-on. But can they all come together when it counts?

Homelander, played by Antony Starr, is as menacing as ever. He’s close to achieving his political ambitions through Victoria Neuman, who’s on her way to the Oval Office. Homelander’s not just influencing politics; he’s urging his fellow Supes to embrace their darker sides and become ‘wrathful gods’. This shift promises to stir more trouble and perhaps lead to dire consequences.

This season also introduces exciting crossovers with ‘Gen V’, featuring characters like Cate and Sam who join the chaotic world of The Boys. With new faces and the promise of expanded superpowers, thanks to Compound-V’s unpredictable effects, we’re in for quite the adventure.

Additionally, the storyline picks up a virus element from ‘Gen V’, hinting at Butcher’s desperate measures to combat the Supes. With Jeffrey Dean Morgan joining the fray in a mysterious role that involves recruiting Butcher, there’s plenty to be excited about.

And let’s not forget the animal Supes. Yes, you heard that right. It looks like Compound-V is now affecting animals, which adds a wild card to the already volatile mix.

As we gear up for the Season 4 premiere on June 13, the stakes are higher than ever. Make sure to check out the trailer for a peek at the upcoming chaos and tune in this summer to catch all the action on Prime Video.

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