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Eric Kripke Concludes The Boys With Fifth Season

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Eric Kripke Concludes The Boys With Fifth Season

The gloomy superhero satire The Boys is ushering in its twilight phase. As Season 4 edges closer to its release, the mind behind the series, Eric Kripke, disclosed via Twitter (er, X) that the upcoming Season 5 will serve as the grand finale of the series.

Prior to the announcement, Kripke had mentioned to SFX Magazine his vision for the duration of the series, a grim parody rooted in the graphic novels by Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson. Confessing to ScreenRant, the Supernatural creator acknowledged his previous misjudgment concerning the creative longevity of his other productions and chose to avoid similar errors with The Boys. For at least a month, he added, the scriptwriters have been molding Season 5 while he teased the anticipation of more outrageous plot twists. (Remember Herogasm?)

In the aftermath of the Boys’ most recent setback, Season 4 resumes with M.M. (Laz Alonso) and Butcher (Karl Urban) at odds about their subsequent maneuver. Meanwhile, Hughie (Jack Quaid) finds himself increasingly disenchanted, as Annie, also known as Starlight (Erin Moriarty), seeks something to hold onto after abandoning her heroic identity. Homelander (Antony Starr) takes on fatherhood with Ryan (Cameron Crovetti), yet his reluctance to share the limelight could spell chaos, even with his offspring in the mix.

What is certain, akin to the impending fifth and culminating season, this new chapter will be “visceral, monumental, damp.” The Boys Season 4 makes its debut with three episodes on Prime Video come June 13.

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