The Boys S4 Teaser Too Bold for TV Airs During Superbowl

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As excitement buzzed through the air during the Superbowl, fans were on the edge of their seats not just for the game, but for the exhilarating trailers set to debut. One such trailer that had everyone talking was for the highly anticipated movie ‘Deadpool & Wolverine’. Yet, amid football frenzy and cinematic spectacle, there was another antiheroic presence stealing some of the limelight—Vought International and their infamous squad ‘The Boys.’ Viewers were treated to memorable advertising antics featuring fan favorites such as Profundo, Queen Maeve, A-Train, and the ever-patriotic leader, Patriota.

One particular highlight was A-Train’s promotion of his new beverage, Turbo Rush—a drink seemingly perfect for pairing with some crunchy nachos and chips during an intense Superbowl showdown between the 49ers and the Chiefs.

The teaser, lasting about a minute, wasn’t a direct peek into the upcoming Season 4 of ‘The Boys,’ whose filming has already wrapped up. Instead, it showcased specially shot scenes just for the advertisement. Adding to the excitement, the clip hinted at a little surprise—the appearances of characters like Cate and Sam from ‘Gen V’, the blockbuster spinoff from Amazon Prime Video which had premiered in 2023.

Here’s a tweet by Vought International that came out just for The Big Game:
“Today, Vought brings you an exclusive new ad for The Big Game. Rated “Too Patriotic” for TV, this is a love letter to AMERICA. Please enjoy with an ice cold Turbo Rush!”

Moving away from Superbowl commercials to actual show content, there’s buzz around what ‘The Boys’ Season 4 will entail. ‘Gen V’ isn’t your ordinary spinoff story; it lays the groundwork for a narrative that seamlessly transitions into the events between Season 3 and the forthcoming Season 4. We ended the initial season of ‘Gen V’ witnessing the threat of a potent virus, which is set to take center stage in ‘The Boys’ next season.

Showrunner Eric Kripke shared with Variety during the final days of ‘Gen V’ filming that they were already prepping for Season 4. The prospect of this dangerous virus was a plotline they were eager to explore, and it was vital for the show’s rugged protagonist, Carnicero, to be in the know. “We knew Carnicero had to be aware of it,” Kripke expressed. “It would be rather nonsensical for him to be out of the loop. This particular plot point needed to be uncovered and addressed within ‘Gen V’, setting the stage for the events in ‘The Boys.'”

As for the air date of Season 4, it’s a well-kept secret—though there’s good reason to expect it landing on Amazon Prime Video sometime during the first half of the year 2024, in keeping with tradition.

So whether you savor the rush of superhero shenanigans or the high-stakes drama of football, there’s plenty to get amped about this year. Grab your Turbo Rush, cozy up on the couch, and get ready for another season of ‘The Boys’ coming your way. With a blend of thrill, action, and a dash of corporate superhero satire, it’s set to be a viewing experience you won’t want to miss!

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