Season 3 of Prime Video’s The Boys is streaming now, releasing a new episode week after week on Friday. The subversive superhero show explores what might occur on the off chance that the world’s greatest superheroes were secretly corrupt and controlled by a money-making juggernaut.
The first two seasons are on Prime Video now. A ton occurred. Before you watch season 3, here are the top episodes you must re-watch.
The Name Of The Game (Season 1, Episode 1)
Before the title slate even rolls, Hughie’s Gf Robin is killed by A-Train, the world’s fastest man, runs directly through her body. At the point when Vought (the biggest superhero company in the world) offers Hughie a settlement of $45,000 that he rejects, Billy Butcher comes in and shows Hughie that supes are not heroes.
The Female Of The Species (Season 1, Episode 4)
This episode marks the appearance of the fan-favorite character Kimiko. At the point when The Boys find out about Compound V (a medication that gives or supes their powers), they track it down and find Kimiko in a cage. Frenchie is the first individual to see past her violent first impression and understand that she is simply attempting to return home.
The Self-Preservation Society (Season 1, Episode 7)
As The Boys race to get their families to safety, letting fans know that MM has a daughter. Flashbacks at last uncover how Butcher got into this life, with Becca disappearing and CIA deputy director Mallory promising him revenge. Maeve and Starlight get closer when Homelander threatens to kill Starlight for helping Hughie.
You Found Me (Season 1, Episode 8)
In the past episode, Annie confronts Hughie about his vigilante life and learns the actual reality with regards to how supes are made. Reluctant to believe him, she goes to her mom to affirm it and figures out why her dad truly left. With Vought now untouchable thanks to the new super-terrorist threat that was affirmed to have been masterminded by Homelander, The Boys become fugitives.
The Big Ride (Season 2, Episode 1)
Stormfront, , a new and social media-savvy supe, joins The Seven and Starlight blackmails a former Bible-camp alum into getting her a sample of Compound V. CEO Stan Edgar’s talk on Vought’s starting points, a significant note as he mentions Vought’s starting points with Soldier Boy – one of the seven new supes to join season 3.
Butcher, Baker, Candlestick Maker (Season 2, Episode 7)
Though agreeing to testify against Vought, Lamplighter finds his guilt too overwhelming to even consider proceeding and commits self-immolation in Vought Tower when he and Hughie tried to save Starlight/Annie. Like Stormfront, fans believe Lamplighter is still alive somewhere and could show up in season 3 or future seasons.
What I Know (Season 2, Episode 8)
An action-heavy finale that additionally tugs at the heartstrings left fans asking for more. In the wake of uncovering to Ryan that he’s living in a fake town, Homelander and Stormfront attempt to take Becca’s place as Ryan’s parents. At the point when Butcher and Becca rescue Ryan, Stormfront gets them and is fueled with rage about being exposed as a 100-year-old Nazi.