The Boys Season 2 Completely Wraps Filming

Though actors like Karl Urban have confirmed earlier that they have wrapped their scenes for Season 2 of The Boys, the showrunner and co-creator Eric Kripke took to twitter to share that all principle  photography has been completed.

“2:15 am This is the end of the second season of The Boys. Exhausted but triumphant. I love this cast and crew. I can’t wait until you see the madness. Premiere in summer 2020.”


Yes, Kripke does indeed look exhausted in the above image. He also confirms that we’ll be able to see The Boys Season 2 on Amazon Prime next summer in 2020, as Urban mentioned in his wrap message.

Are you excited for Season 2 of The Boys? I sure am, as the first season was one of the best shows of the summer!  Let us know in the comment section below!

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