New Trailer For The Boys Season 2 Has Dropped
A new trailer for series two of The Boys has dropped, and it promises to be as brutal as we've come to expect.
The hit superhero series is set to return for a second outing later this year, and the new trailer ahead of its release sees Billy Butcher (Karl Urban) return with a plan for his group of outlaws.
In the clip, Butcher surprises his gang, saying: "Don't you worry, daddy's home. I know we've been through some s*** together, but this is a f***ing mess.
"And we're the most wanted lads in the country."
Mother's Milk (Laz Alonso) then asks: "So what's your big plan?"
"You're gonna love it," Butcher assures them.
Adding: "Ain't you t***s lucky that I showed up?"
For those of you that don't know, The Boys follows Butcher and his group of foul-mouthed and quick-fisted vigilantes who are taking on an all-powerful group known as 'The Seven'.
It was created by Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg, who also worked together on AMC's Preacher, and Eric Kripke, who brought us Supernatural.
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Well ahead of its release, Rogen and Goldberg were already singing season two's praises, having already seen the first episode.
Speaking to Collider, Rogen said: "They already have more resources for the second season. They're adding more characters, the scope of the show organically grows as the show continues.
"We just watched, actually, the first episode of the second season this week. It was a wonderful thing as producers.
"This is way better than I ever could've hoped it would be."
Marking a wrap on filming for the second season, Urban shared a selfie on Instagram alongside co-stars Alonso and Erin Moriarty.
In the post's caption, Urban also revealed the new series would be hitting screens in 'mid 2020', writing: "Cut and print! That's a wrap for Billy Butcher on season 2 of @theboystv. Massive thanks to our awesome crew n cast, love you all.
"The Boys 2 - On yer telle mid 2020 #gonefishing."
Season two of The Boys is set to land on 4 September.
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