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24.5%
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64.1%
Good
8.6%
Outstanding
2.7%
Exceptional
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About this title

Storyline

The Boys is set in a universe in which superpowered people are recognized as heroes by the general public and owned by a powerful corporation, Vought International, which ensures that they are aggressively marketed and monetized. Outside of their heroic personas, most are arrogant and corrupt. The series primarily focuses on two groups: the titular Boys, vigilantes looking to keep the corrupted heroes under control, and the Seven, Vought International's premier superhero team. The Boys are led by Billy Butcher, who despises all superpowered people, and the Seven are led by the egotistical and unstable Homelander. As a conflict ensues between the two groups, the series also follows the new members of each team: Hugh "Hughie" Campbell of the Boys, who joins the vigilantes after his girlfriend is killed in a high-speed collision by the Seven's A-Train, and Annie January/Starlight of the Seven, a young and hopeful heroine forced to face the truth about the heroes she admires.

Country: United States

Type: Scripted

Status: Returning Series

Language: English

Release Date: July 26, 2019

Also Known As: 七痞郎, 英雄克星 |  See more »

Parents Guide: Australia (R18+), Brazil (18) |  See more »

Genres

Plot Keywords

superhero
based on comic

Company Credits

Production Co: Amazon Studios, Original Film |  See more »

Cast

Stephanie Jung
as Samantha
Zoe Ambrose
as Cleo
Lara Mrkoci
as Nun
Ryan Christopher Kotack
as Church Member
Chace Crawford
as The Deep/Kevin/Kevin Moskowitz
Aiden Altow
as Shy Boy
Scott Baker
as Big Game
Randal Baumer
as Stormfront Fan
Kevin Vidal
as Cyrus
Cassie Cao
as Production Assistant
Ariane Laezza
as Commercial Mom
Claudia Doumit
as Victoria Neuman
Janet Rose Nguyen
as Vought Executive
Mike Mains
as Porn Dude #1
Karl Urban
as Billy Butcher
Jay Yoo
as Colby's Dr.
Nneka Elliott
as Female News Anchor/NNC News Anchor/News Anchor/VNN News Reporter
Kirpa Budwal
as Cockpit Terrorist
Imogen Haworth
as Mother
Arista Arhin
as Housing Project Daughter
Andrew Jackson
as Love Sausage
Dan MacKay
as Daniel Prestia
Matt Duncan
as Seafood Guy
Hubert Boorder
as Crushed Security Guard
Barbara Gordon
as Judy Atkinson
Vanessa Burns
as Reporter
Alex Chung
as Roughman #2
Shanice Johnson
as Curious Girl
Isaac Bell
as Bartender
Allison Hogg
as Sheila
Parker Corno
as 8 Year Old Boy
Luis Cruz
as Filipino Armed Guard #2
Brendan Virtucio
as Filipino Armed Guard #1
Nalini Ingrita
as Janine
Seth Rogen
as Seth Rogen
Jessica Hecht
as Carol/Carol Manning
Howard Campbell
as Myron
Stephannie Hawkins
as Female from the Car
Christian Bako
as Aleksy Lutz
Joel Rinzler
as Groundskeeper
Ksenia Daniela Kharlamova
as Girl in Classroom
Tavia Pereira
as Passenger #2
Da'Vinchi
as Anthony
Deshay Padayachey
as X-Ray Tech
Tiana Leonty
as Believe Attendee
John Doman
as Jonah Vogelbaum
John Thomas Gauthier
as Big Sonofabitch
Sylvia Osei
as Village Mother
Jimmy Fallon
as Jimmy Fallon
Dave Tommasini
as NYPD Helicopter Pilot
Karen Fukuhara
as Kimiko Miyashiro
Jhonattan Ardila
as Heckling Fan's Friend
Brit Morgan
as Rachel
Angelica Alejandro
as Anxious Salon Worker
John Williams
as Older Donor
Mandi Maxwell
as Congressional Aide
Derrick Su
as The Female's Brother (7)
Dorrett White
as Teen Girl On the Street
Alessandra Vite
as Jersey Girl
Vincenzo Ruggieri Calvano
as Excited Expo Fan
Tomer Kapon
James Hartnett
as Reality Editor
Kathryn Henzler
as Convention Attendee/Fundraiser Guest
Robert Pue
as Guy
Mark Rainmaker
as Exploded Security Guard
Evangelia Kambites
as Supe Gospel Singer
Christian Keyes
as Nathan
Heather Tod Mitchell
as Mrs. Crowder
Joanne Reece
as Tina
Joel Gagne
as Gunpowder
Toyin Sebastien Ajimati
as Michel
Akiel Julien
as Deeaygo
Lynne Griffin
as Lois
Aya Cash
as Stormfront
Goran Visnjic
as Alastair Adana
Tara Reid
as Tara Reid
Alex Hassell
as Translucent
Shawn Ashmore
as Lamplighter/Man in Scrubs
Jim Annan
as Pastor John
Shantel VanSanten
as Becca Butcher
Keller Viaene
as Cute Little Girl
Reid Janisse
as Field Producer
Katia Winter
as Little Nina
Nick Coleman
as Maeve's Male Friend #2
Wayne Wells
as Wall Punching Patient
Yona Epstein-Roth
as EMP Dude Patient
Erin Moriarty
as Annie January/Starlight
Jordan Andonov
as Passenger #1
Konstantin Shaburov
as Lamplighter
Abbas Wahab
as Alastair Adana's Assistant
Chris Jiggins
as Reporter
Hallea Jones
as Older Girl
Nana Damptey
as Young Valerie
Craig Burnatowski
as Street Cop
Bill Turnbull
as Trevor
Simon Henderson
as Husband on Flight 37
Brendan Shoreman
as Security Guard
Dylan Moscovitch
as Porn The Deep
Chris Tarpos
as Supes Supporter
Bruce Novakowski
as Doug Friedman
Carlos Pinder
as Tactical Team Leader
Jeff Sinasac
as Ted
Sima Fisher
as Make-up Artist
Makenna Beatty
as Girl
Ho Chow
as Grubby Old Dude
Simon Pegg
as Hugh Campbell
Jaden Martin
as Jamie
Deidre Cross
as Flight Attendant
Brittany Drisdelle
as Beautiful Woman
Gavin Pounds
as Heckling Fan
Kai Bradbury
as The Female's Brother (17)
Stephanie Brister
as Homeless Woman
Virginia Dennis
as Protester
Ann Cusack
as Donna January
Biden Hall
as Cop
Callum Shoniker
as Commercial Son
Ashton James
as Oslo
Chad Allen
as S.W.A.T Captain
Caroline Lesley
as Reporter
Olivia Morandin
as Zoe Neuman
Langston Kerman
as Eagle the Archer
Laz Alonso
as Mother's Milk
Abraham Lim
as Kenji Miyashiro/Skinny Man
Jess Salgueiro
as Robin
Charles Altow
as Maverick
Dani Jazzar
as Tall Terrorist
Cole Kapoor
as Excited Teen's Friend
Tim Gammon
as Susan Rayner's Husband
Malcolm Barrett
as Seth Reed
Tabitha Tao
as Assistant
Samer Salem
as Naqib
Sydney Coombs
as Stormfront Fan
Jim Beaver
as Secretary of Defense Robert A. Singer
Andrew Moodie
as Chairman Matthew Richardson
Ruth Chiang
as Zapped Doctor
Vickie Papavs
as Veronica Barassi
David Snelgrove
as Congressman
Gabriel Burrafato
as Lab Tech
Jackie Tohn
as Courtenay
Hershel Blatt
as Protestor
Brittany Allen
as Popclaw
Chris Robinson
as Smart Ass Cop
Maddy Foley
as Olive
Malia Singh
as Victoria Neuman's Daughter
Neil Girvan
as Randall Skilton
Paul Ballin
as Bareass Supe
Sean Patrick Flanery
as Gunpowder
Patton Oswalt
as Gills
Kevin Allan
as Vought Executive
James Gerald Hicks
as 20-Something Guy (PSA)
Isaiah Adam
as Dan
Alanna LeVierge
as Waitress
Sana Asad
as Gianna
Gary Brennan
as National Defense Expert
Kamil Orzechowski
as Desperate Thief #1
Thomas Roberts
as Thomas Roberts
Ryan Manning
as Guy in the Crowd (Water Bottle)
Emma Nelles
as Girl (PSA)
Ian Kilburn
as Vought Security Agent
Zayn Maloney
as Desean
John Noble
as Sam Butcher
Huy Hao Tran
as Excited Expo Fan
Laurie Holden
Virginia Roncetti
as Nancy Peterson
Vaios Skretas
as Dragged Orderly
Débora Demestre
as Isadora
Colby Minifie
as Ashley Barrett
Katie Couric
as Katie Couric
Carol Huska
as Sorority Girl
Birgitte Solem
as Fake Stillwell
Wyatt Lamoureux
as Minister
Ashley Comeau
as Margaret
JD Smith
as Officer
Charlotte Tavares
as Susan Rayner's Daughter
Billy Zane
as Billy Zane
Adrian Falconer
as Colby's Dad
Brendan Beiser
as Jeff
Jason Hsu
as Roughman #1
Thomas Hauff
as Pastor
Cydney Penner
as Jody
J.D. Nicholsen
as Sheriff Ed Flanagan
John Moore
as Reporter
Roger Peterson
as Male News Anchor
Redd Ochoa
as NYPD Officer Mack
Charley Koontz
as Tommy Peterson
David Pinard
as VNN Interviewer
Jack Mosshammer
as Gary
Rebekah Marie
as Tongue Patient
Jim Pagiamtzis
as Wealthy Business Guy
Sanden Perera
as Zapped Lights Patient
Paul Rivers
as Stormfront Fan
Kaitlyn Riordan
as Sonia
Kym Wyatt McKenzie
as Fake Butcher
Adam Waxman
as Passenger #3
Dominique McElligott
as Queen Maeve/Maggie Shaw
Matt Jensen
as Frat Boy
Farid Yazdani
as Operations Agent
Stefan Lawrence
as High End Restaurant Waiter
Ajay Fry
as Trivia MC
Melanie Peterson
as Sweet Mom
Chris Hansen
as Chris Hansen
Vicki Kim
as Stormfront Fan
Yury Ruzhyev
as Victor
Katherine Oh
as Protestor
Ana Sani
as Anika
Mark Sparks
as NYPD Helicopter Co-Pilot
Ahmed Mesallati
as Heavy Terrorist
Shaun Benson
as Ezekiel
Philip Savas
as Bawling Fan
Al James
as Kroger's Butcher
Katy Breier
as Cassandra
Chris Mark
as Blindspot
Luis Fernandes
as Perp
David Reale
as Evan Lambert
Perrie Voss
as Lisa Concilia
Adrian Holmes
as Dr. Park
Jaiden Cannatelli
as Mason
Adam Maros
as Cop
Michael Ayres
as Jay
Chiamaka Glory
as Jill the Executive
Ethan Tavares
as Susan Rayner's Son
Toby Bisson
as Colby
Ada H. Chan
as EMT
Anthony Gerbrandt
as Protestor
Christian Emilio
as Porn Dude #3
Cameron Crovetti
as Ryan
Will Carr
as Tim
Aldrin Bundoc
as Clerk
Ali Shmaisani
as Clean Cut Terrorist
Chris River
as Young Guy Fan
Mike Joseph
as Frightened Man
Aniko Kaszas
as Female Bartender
Dan Darin-Zanco
as Doppelganger
Farleena Khan
as Tourist
Connor Lucas-Loan
as Second Frat Boy
Christina Dixon
as Leanne Franklin
Cory Myles
as Porn Dude #4
Emidio Lopes
as Intestine Guy
Jessie T. Usher
as A-Train/Reggie Franklin
Chloe Madison
as Snowflake Cuck's Wife
Connie Wang
as Deanna
Tom Henry
as Snowflake Cuck
Steve Coombes
as Security Guard
Latoya Webb
as Tiny Hero's Female Friend
Eric Andrews
as Photographer
Jensen Ackles
as Soldier Boy
Christopher Lennertz
as Christopher Lennertz
Jenny Brizard
as Hair Stylist
Nick Alachiotis
as Acid Vomit Patient
Peter Nelson
as Maeve's Dad
Idrissa Sanogo
as Village Boy
Garrett Christian
as Porn Dude #2
Keana Lyn
as Hostess
Nathan Mitchell
as Black Noir
Nicolas Melo
as Sound Boom Person
Neema Nazeri
as Rafiq
Maia Lima-Thompson
as Glowing Eyes Patient
Darrin Maharaj
as Reporter
Caitlyn Sponheimer
as Molly
Anton Gillis-Adelman
as Benjy
Courtenay J. Stevens
as Megachurch Salesman
Julia Dyan
as Elizabeth
Jessie Usher
Jordana Lajoie
as Cherie
Chitom Eze
as Maeve's Male Friend #1
Anthony Lake
as Porn Jack From Jupiter
Jake Gosden
as Assistant Interviewer
Julie Nolke
as Reporter
David W. Thompson
as Gecko
Brett McCaig
as Vought Executive
Tyler Unrau
as Prop Guy
Antony Starr
as Homelander
Mark Antony Krupa
as Ivan
Maria Menounos
as Maria Menounos
Alvina August
as Monique
Greg Zajac
as Homebanger
Krishan Dutt
as Naqib
Massey Ahmar
as Guard
Brian Russell
as Emergency Worker
Briana Templeton
as Protestor
David Webster
as Excited Teen
Simon Wong
as Reporter
Jarrod Terrell
as Planet Vought Waiter
Ric Garcia
as Lone Survivor
Charlie Griffiths
as Cop
Giancarlo Esposito
as Stan Edgar
Andrew Perun
as Musician
Allan Price
as Senator #1
Aaron Richards
as Jesus Freak
Ess Hödlmoser
as Cindy
Mishka Thébaud
as Shockwave
P.J. Byrne
as Adam Bourke
Miles Gaston Villanueva
as Supersonic
Lesley Nicol
as Connie Butcher
Dan Duran
as VNN News Anchor
Nick Wechsler
as Blue Hawk
Mike Massaro
as ESPN Interviewer
Dennis Mirkovic
as Vladislav
Jack Quaid
as Hughie Campbell
Jason Gray-Stanford
as Dennis
Kathy Maloney
as Vought News Host
Mike Donis
as Tiny Hero
David MacInnis
as Shot Security Guard
Anna Khaja
as Lydia Parker
Liyou Abere
as Janine
Moni Ogunsuyi
as Hot Waitress
Chai Valladares
as A-Train Fan
Paulino Nunes
as Mayor of Baltimore
Nicola Correia-Damude
as Elena
Jennifer Esposito
as Susan Raynor
Haley Joel Osment
as Mesmer
Okiki Kendall
as Teacher
Kris Siddiqi
as Kuldeep Singh
Grace Armas
as Mamasan Matron
Byron Abalos
as Filipino Guy
Jesse Buck
as Greasy Dude
Tanner Zipchen
as Entertainment Reporter/Interviewer
Aram Avakian
as Young Mesmer
M.E. Lewis
as Psychic in Wheelchair
Kaijuan Dockery
as Housing Project Son
Pierre Drivas
as Syrian Boy
Brittany Johnson
as Passenger #4
Elisabeth Shue
as Madelyn Stillwell
Anthony Bewlz
as Homelander Double
Dawnn Lewis
as Valerie
Daniel Lavigne
as Housing Project Dad
Greg Grunberg
as Self As Agent Bill Pearson
Tomer Capon
as Frenchie
Momona Tamada
as Young The Female
David Andrews
as Senator Calhoun
Sabrina Saudin
as Also Ashley
Anthony Jhade
as Soldier
Wallace Langham
as Dr. Damien Hodgman
Luke Robinson
as Jean Paul
Preeti Torul
as Reporter
Lovina Yavari
as Ruby/Telekinetic Superhero
Gordon Harper
as Phillip
Kevin Shand
as Super Villain
Nancy O'Dell
as Nancy O'Dell
Nicole Maroon
as Emotional Donor
Laila Robins
as Grace Mallory
Li Chen
as Phasing Patient

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

2019 | 8 Episodes

Season 2

2020 | 8 Episodes

Season 3

2021 | 8 Episodes

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Awards

Awards & NominationsSee more »

Golden Trailer Awards 2019

Winner

Golden Trailer Awards

Best Action (TV Spot / Trailer /Teaser for a Series)

Nominee

Golden Trailer Awards

Best Sound Editing (TV Spot/Trailer/Teaser for a Series)

IGN Summer Movie Awards 2019

Nominee

IGN Summer Movie Awards

Best TV Comic Book Adaptation

Nominee

IGN Summer Movie Awards

Best New TV Series

Nominee

IGN Summer Movie Awards

Best TV Ensemble

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