The Boys' protagonists celebrate the end of season 3 filming on television

The popular Amazon Prime Video superhero series wraps up its third season, and some of the cast members take to Instagram to celebrate.

The Boys' protagonists celebrate the end of season 3 filming on television



The third season of The Boys, the popular Amazon Prime Video superhero series based on the same-named comic book, has concluded filming. This has been shared on social media by several of the film's stars, announcing the completion of filming and the start of post-production for the film's next premiere on the streaming platform, on an unspecified date.


Season 3 of The Boys is coming to a close.

Thus, regulars Karl Urban and Jack Quaid (Butcher and Hughie, respectively), as well as actor Jensen Ackles (Soldier Boy), one of the new signings for this new batch of episodes, have posted on their official Instagram accounts celebrating the end of filming for the new season and looking forward to its premiere on Amazon Prime Video to see the results.


And with that, Season 3 of The Boys comes to a close. Thank you to our incredible cast and crew for all of their effort, sweat, and tears, as well as everyone at Amazon Prime Video and Sony Pictures TV who worked tirelessly to keep us all safe from Covid. And, of course, thank you for producing a high-quality shit for Season 3. “I can't wait for everyone to see it,” Urban writes, referring to the series' creator.


“We fucked it up! Thank you to everyone who contributed to the third season of The Boys. After what we just done, you all deserve a hug, a drink, and a lot of treatment. This thumb goes out to you! This is the best season yet! Quaid says, "I can't wait for you to see it."


The Boys' third season has yet to be announced; in the meantime, we can enjoy the series' fake news or the new music video by A-Train that leads this story.

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