The Boys: Season 2

The Boys: Season 2

The Boys: Season 2

Karl Urban, Jack Quaid, Erin Moriarty and Antony Starr return to season two of Prime Video's wildly popular anti-hero series following a group of regular folk looking to take down a corrupt team of superheroes.

2020Rating: 18USAPrime Video
ActionComedyFantasy

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Perhaps the most important thing that Season 2 does is push the show's scope beyond the realm of capes and tights; its messages aren't subtle, but then again, neither is putting on a costume and fighting crime.

IGN

IGN

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While she's still not uttering any words, Kripke expands The Female's story with some new elements... But Fukuhara's emotive expressions and body language effectively communicate the nuanced emotions she's feeling throughout.

A.V. Club

A.V. Club

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The best thing about the second season of The Boys is how smartly it adds complexity and depth to its characters and stories.

Empire Magazine

Empire Magazine

press

Appropriately enough, Starr remains the, er, star of the show, the very embodiment of its black-hole-dark comedy concept: with great power comes a complete disregard for any form of responsibility, accountability or morality.

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press

Perhaps the most important thing that Season 2 does is push the show's scope beyond the realm of capes and tights; its messages aren't subtle, but then again, neither is putting on a costume and fighting crime.

IGN

IGN

press

While she's still not uttering any words, Kripke expands The Female's story with some new elements... But Fukuhara's emotive expressions and body language effectively communicate the nuanced emotions she's feeling throughout.

A.V. Club

A.V. Club

press

The best thing about the second season of The Boys is how smartly it adds complexity and depth to its characters and stories.

Empire Magazine

Empire Magazine

press

Appropriately enough, Starr remains the, er, star of the show, the very embodiment of its black-hole-dark comedy concept: with great power comes a complete disregard for any form of responsibility, accountability or morality.