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The Boys Season 2 Podcast Announced, Guest Line-Up Revealed

The Boys Season 2 podcast

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Amazon Prime Show The Boys Getting a Podcast for Season 2

The Boys Season 2 is getting a podcast with producers and stars to be featured in the eight-episode run. Variety reports that Amazon Prime is rolling out the podcast for fans and Emmy voters to get more in-depth behind-the-scenes conversations about the superhero spoof series. The limited series podcast will focus on season two of the show along with host Tim Kash who will moderate conversations with executive producers Eric Kripke, Seth Rogen, and Evan Goldberg. Production team members and stars will chat about prep work, favorite moments, challenging scenes, and inspirations that informed their work on the show’s second season.

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Confirmed to be joining podcast episodes are cast members including Karl Urban, Antony Starr, Jack Quaid, Jessie T. Usher, Laz Alanso, Chace Crawford, Aya Cash, and Karen Fukuhara. Additionally, the podcast will introduce many behind-the-scenes players like costume designer Laura Jean “LJ” Shannon, who discusses the making of each character’s super suit and drawing inspiration from their psychology. VFX supervisor Stephen Fleet and show stunt coordinator Tig Fong unpack the challenges of bringing some of the best visual set pieces and physical stunts to life. Fand of the whale scene, Sage Grove showdown and “girls get it done” sequences will be pleased.

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The first two episodes, which feature Anthony Starr and Karl Urban, are set to release on April 15 and will be followed by a weekly rollout until its final podcast premieres on May 27. The Boys: The Official Podcast will be available for free on Amazon Music, Apple Podcasts, and other podcast platforms. The Boys Season 3 is currently in production. Seasons 1 and 2 are currently available to stream on Amazon Prime.

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