We’re sitting here two weeks removed from The Boys season 3, and of course with that, we’re wondering about season 4.
Are we going to get a whole lot more news beyond what is already out there? We’d be shocked if a lot comes out the rest of the month. The Amazon series doesn’t have a huge presence this year at San Diego Comic-Con, and we’re sure the idea is allowing the cast to have a small break after literally touring the world in order to promote the show.
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That could change, at least to some extent, when we get into next month. This is when season 4 is meant to start shooting, and we could get a couple of nuggets of casting information around that time. Typically, the series doesn’t wait on some of that, likely because they know a lot of stuff is going to get leaked in the first place and they would rather be a little ahead of the curve than get left behind down the road.
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Unfortunately, one thing we won’t hear for a while is news on a premiere date. Amazon showed with season 3 that they are fine putting out a date a few months before the show returns, and that’s why we wouldn’t be shocked if news about a date surfaces either in the summer or fall of next year. It’s also why we wouldn’t be shocked if there is more of a formal SDCC panel next year to promote it. This would allow there to be more of a genuine campaign at the time there is more to share.
In general, though, we don’t foresee the series back until close to the end of next year. That’s something you should just anticipate in advance.
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