News coming out of Amazon Prime studios and Netflix studios that their very own superhero flicks that express pure satire and fun, and also mark the only running superhero shows on their streaming platform respectively have begun production.
“The Boys” marked the first superhero show on Amazon Prime Video serving as an antihero genre that includes massive use of gore content wrapped with humor and foul language has begun principal photography for season 3.
The Boys became an instant hit on the streaming service by generating positive reviews with audiences loving the cast, story, and production design of the show. A year later the second season was released but this time in weekly release format which was criticized by the audience and demanded not to do the same with the upcoming third season.
The story of the show follows a group of 4 men who are trying to bring down some superheroes as they have abused their powers and have killed their loved ones. But all of those incidents are termed as collateral damage in order to save the world but there is a giant conspiracy lurking beneath the banner collateral damage that puts it under danger and questions the truth of the superheroes.
On the other hand, the streaming mammoth “Netflix” which has a vast library of content of all genres has only managed to deliver 6 superhero shows. All of those shows were part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
But there is another show which is based on Dark Horse comics that started its run in 2019 titled “The Umbrella Academy” that has successfully managed to collect positive reviews from the audience and received multiple season renewals every year.
With word coming from Netflix that the superhero flick is renewed for season 3 and has begun production has got the fans hyped about what the upcoming season has in store for them.
Fans can expect both these shows to drop later this year on their parent streaming services.