Sydney, Jun 7 (PTI) With three episodes of ‘The Boys 3’ already airing on Prime Video, the show’s main cast, who attended a special red carpet event here on Tuesday, had only one something to say to his Indian fans: it’s going to be a wild ride this season.
The stars of the show – Jack Quaid, Chace Crawford, Jessie T Usher, Karen Fukuhara and Claudia Doumit – shouted out to their Indian fans from the red carpet as they teased an experience that would trump the previous two seasons.
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“Pray, make peace with whoever you need to make peace with. It’s a wild ride. Protect yourself, it’s insane,” said Quaid, who plays Hugh ‘Hughie’ Campbell on the show. , at PTI during the red carpet event.
The event was a packed affair with a large crowd of fans of the show waiting at the Hoyts Entertainment Quarter to catch a glimpse of their favorite stars.
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Quaid, Crawford, T Usher, Fukuhara and Doumit soon arrived and posed for photographers on the red carpet. They then interacted with fans and signed autographs for those standing with the show’s posters in their hands.
The cast also attended a special Q&A session before the exclusive screening of the fourth episode.
Based on the New York Times bestselling comic book by Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson, “The Boys” is set in a world where superheroes or Supes embrace the darker side of their enormous stardom and fame.
The show primarily focuses on a group of vigilantes known informally as “The Boys” who set out to take down corrupt superheroes with nothing more than blue-collar courage and a will to stand up. beat badly.
The show’s first season was an instant hit on Prime Video when it debuted in July 2019 with critics praising the Eric Kripke-created series for its irreverent take on the superhero genre.
For many, the show stood out for the way it blended real-world issues like the #MeToo movement, corporate corruption, and white supremacy in the United States into its storyline and combined it with a extra dose of gore and violence.
The second season of the show was even more popular when it released in 2020 and now the creators are back with the third season, three episodes of which were released on Prime Video on June 3.
Doumit, who is trying out the role of Congresswoman Victoria Neuman, also Supe, has expressed her desire to travel to India for a promotional event for the show.
“There’s such a big audience in India and the Indian fans are phenomenal. I really want to come over there, (hopefully) for the season four press tour… I can’t say how many heads I’m making burst but my warning would be: Have a drink in your hand,” the actor told PTI.
Usher, who plays the speedster A-Train in the series, said he was delighted that Indian fans were watching the show.
“To all the fans in India, thank you so much for your support. We can’t wait to show you what we’ve been up to. I know you’re amazing hosts, but until that day, I hope you enjoy the show and that you will enjoy it.”
The actor hoped fans would connect with his character and his journey.
“I hope they find sympathy for A-train and somehow humanize him. I hope they find relevant moments to connect with him and maybe one day understand him” , added Usher.
Fukuhara, the actor behind Kimiko, a Supe on the side of the titular vigilante group, thanked Indian fans for the love they showed towards the series.
“Hello all Indian fans, thank you so much for being here. Thank you so much for watching. Hope you all like episode four, we worked so hard on it,” he added.
The third season of “The Boys” also features Antony Starr, Erin Moriarty, Dominique McElligott, Laz Alonso and Jensen Ackles. New episodes will be available each following Friday, until the season finale on July 8.
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