TRAILERS OF THE WEEK – The Boys: Season 3! She-Hulk: Attorney At Law!

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Paul here…

We have a couple of pretty cool trailers this week, with the new trailer for Season 3 of AmazonPrime’s The Boys, as well as our first look at the upcoming MCU Disney+ series, She-Hulk: Attorney At Law! Both trailers a very exciting for their own reasons, but check them out below and then we’ll get into some interesting details about these upcoming shows…

The Boys: Season 3

At this point, what more is there to say about The Boys? We already know the show is fantastic and I have no doubt that the new season will deliver just as much, if not more, than the previous seasons. I love seeing Homelander beginning to seriously go off the deep end. It looks like Maeve is beginning to proactively work against Vought a bit more, which is interesting. It seems like Hughie has some level of authority over Butcher now. Which led the great line from Mallory (their old boss) to Butcher ”You’ve even started taking Hugh Campbell’s orders without strangling him.”.

However, there was one thing problem I had that was on display in the trailer. In the comics, The Boys using something similar to Compound-V to level the playing field against the supes, is introduced fairly early in the series. So I didn’t really like M.M.’s sanctimonious “you’ve become the thing you hate! Blah, blah, blah“ schtick. If you’re going up against enemies with the power of gods, a move like this seems inevitable. So hopefully, that’s not a major subplot and this becomes a tool that The Boys use on a semi-regular basis when they need it .

Then, of course, the other big deal in Season 3 that has a lot of people excited, is Jensen Ackles joining the cast as Soldier Boy. We see much more of him in this new trailer and goddammit, he looks pretty damn cool. I feel like he’s going to be the wild card of the season. He’s the X factor. He doesn’t seem to be towing the Vought company line, but he doesn’t seem like a guy who’d necessarily become a straight up ally to Butcher and The Boys either. So it will be really interesting to see how his character is used and how his story plays out over the season. Ackles is a talented actor with a lot of range and I think he’s going to get a lot of attention with this role. The premiere can’t get here soon enough!

The Boys Season 3 begins streaming on PrimeVideo June 3rd.

She-Hulk: Attorney At Law

While I’ve always liked the character of Bruce Banner’s cousin, Jennifer Walters, I was surprised how much I loved the trailer for She-Hulk: Attorney At Law. The tone feels exactly right for a show like this and I thought She-Hulk’s character design really worked (I’ll get to the CGI/VFX in a minuet).

Let’s not forget some of the interesting familiar faces who show up in the trailer. It’s great to see Tim Roth back as Emil Blonsky a.k.a. The Abomination. We last saw him in Shang-Chi and The Legend of The Ten Rings, taking on Wong in a superhuman cage fighting tournament and it appears as if he’s been, at least a little bit, rehabilitated. Because after the fight in Shang-Chi, in the locker room he and Wong are clearly friends. Wong then opens a portal and walks through with The Abomination into a room that appears to be the same one that we see Tim Roth being kept in, in this new trailer.

Of course, I’ll take any excuse to see Mark Ruffalo pop up as Bruce Banner/The Hulk (some of you may disagree, but I love that he’s still in Professor Hulk-mode). Not to mention the persistent rumors that this is where we’ll see Charlie Cox as Matt Murdock/Daredevil again after his official re-introduction into the main MCU in Spider-Man: No Way Home. Considering that Matt Murdock is a lawyer and this series is dealing with the creation of a superhuman law division, it makes a lot of sense for the character to make an appearance.

Something important to keep in mind when watching this trailer, is how on projects like this, the visual effects are continuing to be worked on and perfected up to the last moment. So while some of the She-Hulk rendering may not have been pitch perfect, the special effects wizards working on the show have literally months to perfect the process. I have no doubt that when the show premieres, we will have an impressive looking She-Hulk.

She-Hulk: Attorney At Law premieres on Disney+ August 13th.

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FIRST LOOK: The Boy’s Season 3 Trailer & More!

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The Boys on Amazon Prime is at the top of the heap when it comes to prestige, to of the line, TV storytelling. For me, the series stands alongside shows like The Mandalorian, Invincible, and Succession as the best of best on TV. One of the strengths of The Boys is how well it adapts the source material. While character beats and story elements may get changed around, they all still represent original ideas from The Boys graphic novels. The show seamlessly distills what makes the comic great and filters it in a way that works for a different medium. At long last, the series is returning with it’s highly anticipated Season 3 on June 3rd and now we have our first trailer! Check it out right here:

The show’s return alone would be awesome enough, but there are some really fun new elements at play in the upcoming season that have fans very excited. As the poster teased and the trailer confirmed, Kimiko will no longer be the only member of The Boys with superpowers. The team is starting to fight fire with fire, with at least Butcher and Hughie using Compound-V to kick in the heads of some Supes. It’s not clear if Frenchie and MM will be getting a power upgrade as well.

The gangs all here…

The new season is also reportedly tackling, “Herogasm”, one of the most insane and depraved storylines from the original comic book series. Most notably, Season 3 sees Supernatural’s Jensen Ackles joining the cast, making his debut as Soldier Boy. The character fought in WWII as Vought’s first super soldier and this universe’s demented version of Captain America. Jensen Ackles has a long history with The Boys showrunner, Erik Kripke. Kripke created Supernatural and served as the series showrunner for the first 5 seasons. After Supernatural wrapped up a beloved, record breaking 15 season run, Ackles immediately transitioned over to The Boys. So fans are understandably excited to see him play such a different character than his iconic role as Dean Winchester. Interestingly enough, Jensen Ackles was one of top contentders at Marvel Studios for the role of Captain America, way back in the day. He was officially offereed the role of Hawkeye, but passed to continue working on Supernatural. But Soldier Boy won’t be the only analog of one of Earth’s Mightiest Heroes to appear in Season 3.

If The Seven are this universe’s The Justice League, then Payback is their version of The Avengers. The team is expected to feature heavily this season, with Season Premiere titled “Payback”. They have their own spin on characters like Iron Man with Tek Knight, Hawkeye with Eagle The Archer (who we already met in Season 2 as a member of The Scientology-esque cult that The Deep joins), and Scarlett Witch with The Crimson Countess, seen below played by Laurie Holden.

With Season 4 already confirmed, Karl Urban is reportedly already hard at work filming Season 4, with shooting taking place until the end of the year. Which means that we’ll likely have a much smaller wait between seasons. Anyway, it looks like we’re in for more mayhem, carnage, and insanity as only The Boys can deliver.

In addition to of all this crazy new shit, lets not forget everyone’s favorite psychopath with powers of Superma, Homelander, is an ever present threat to Butcher and The Boys.

The Boys premieres its first 3 episode on 6/3/22, with subsequent episodes released weekly on Amazon Prime.

Are you a fan of The Boys? What’s your level of anticipation for Season 3? and what are some of the new story elements and characters that you’re most interested in seeing? Let us know in the comments below!

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PODCAST: Best TV Shows 2020!

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This episode of The World’s Best Podcast, features the final installment of our series of podcasts looking back at The Best & Worst of 2020! This week’s co-host Big Paul Sr. and I go over The Best TV Series of 2020! The Mandalorian! The Boys! Star Trek! What We Do In The Shadows! Just to name a few of our picks for the coolest shows of 2020! 

   In my opinion, 2019 was one of the best years of television that we’ve ever seen. It was a clear turning point for the medium, where TV could now stand toe-to-toe with Film, to tell the most compelling and beautiful stories on ANY screen. 2020 didn’t quite live up to 2019, but it was still a phenomenal year from A-List programming.

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The End of An Era: Arrow & Supernatural Come To An End

After we recorded this episode, we realized we left out a few key, important shows. While we might record a follow up mini episode to talk about these shows further, I still wanted to include a special section here, acknowledging a few of these amazing television programs. Specially, Arrow and Supernatural, both of which ended their groundbreaking runs in 2020…

  It’s the end of an era for two groundbreaking genre series… both Arrow and Supernatural came to an end in 2020. Both show’s helped The CW essentially rebrand itself. The CW was defined as network, by an audience made up of predominantly young women, featuring shows like Dawson’s Creek and other teen romance-dramas. Supernaturaland Arrow largely changed The CW’s identity. With the exception of the show’s handsome leading men, Supernatural was essentially a dark, weekly horror film. As the series grew and developed, it became more of a horror/fantasy/drama and and became The CW’s flagship show over it’s 15 season run. With a rabid and passionate fan base, Supernatural went on to be the longest running and one of the most beloved genre show of all time. 

   Then of course, there’s Arrow. A series that redefined superhero television as we know it. The dark and gritty Siri’s drew much more inspiration from DC’s other most popular billionaire vigilante, with this version of all over queen having much more in common with Batman than the Green Arrow of the comics. The first season in particular drew heavily from Christopher Nolan’s Dark Knight Trilogy, foregoing any of the more fantastical elements of the DC Universe in favor of a more grounded and realistic approach. Which seems almost comical in hindsight considering how the show through that philosophy out the window in Season 2. What began as a small vigilante story with nary a superpower in sight ended with a full blown adaptation of Crisis on Infinite Earths! The storytellers were nothing if not ambitious. Arrow went on to launch an entire interconnected universe of DC superhero shows, like The Flash, Supergirl, Black Lightning, and Legends of Tomorrow among others, in what would become known as The Arrowverse . Even though Arrow may have come to an end the universe that there is its name sake is continuing to grow, with the new series Superman & Lois premiering in February on The CW. None of that would have been possible if it wasn’t for Stephen Amell who played Oliver Queen, he grew as a performer and an actor significantly as the series developed, imbuing his Oliver Queen with enough gravitas to shoulder an entire interconnected universe. Without a doubt, Stephen Amell‘s portrayal of Green Arrow made him the leader of an entire multiverse of heroes.

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New Trailer: The Boys Season 2!

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I was happy to see a new (and probably final) trailer for The Boys Season 2 pop up online today. There’s really not a whole lot to say about this one. I love everything I see in this trailer. Season One was among the best shows of 2019, in a very competitive year for fantastic television programming. They don’t need to sell me any more on this. September 4th can’t get here fast enough! Check out the new trailer below:

The Boys Season 2 premieres on Amazon Prime 9/4/2020

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