The Boys College spinoff to crossover with the main series

Now that the absolutely devilish finale of Season 3 of Prime Video’s original series The young is over, it’s time to focus on what’s next. The fans need more. The young showrunner, Eric Kripkerevealed some information about the show’s spin-off The boys present: Uni, currently in the works, in an interview with Deadline, which gives fans just enough to speculate. According to Kripke, the college campus spinoff will inevitably see the return of some familiar faces The young‘ universe.

When the series was first greenlit by Prime Video in 2021 Michel Fazekas and Tara butter Attached as showrunner, Collider shared what information was available at the time, including a joke from the press release describing it University as “part college show, part Hunger Games” — wholeheartedly, satirically, and sloppily The youngThe spin-off will take place at Vought-run Godolkin University School of Crimefighting, the only all-licensed school in America, and will include some events from Season 3 of The young in the background. With the timeline of University concurrent with Season 3 of The youngthat means no translucent (Alex Hasell) or lamplighter (Shawn Ashmore) cameos, aside from their appearance as commemorative alum statues on the college lawn, as seen in CBR’s images. Other graduates like A-Train (Jessie T Usher) and the depth (Chace Crawford) are not off the table!


Kripke discussed the possibilities of seeing fan favorites in the upcoming varsity series:

“There’s definitely a crossover, and we’re doing our best to design a universe where some of the themes and storylines in Season 3 carry over to Season 1 in varsity. Like there’s a presidential campaign going on in the background this season and there are certain things happening at this school that are both a reaction to season 3 of The young. There’s Soldier Boy and so on, but there are also some new storylines that are happening in this season of the spin-off that we need to pick up and adopt in Season 4 of the show.”

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According to Kripke, the college will focus on America’s next generation of supes, specifically the G-Men, original comic book writers Garth Ennis and Darik Robertson‘s parody of Wonder‘s X-Menmentioned briefly in the first season The young. The show’s premise will be “an irreverent R-rated series that explores the lives of hormonal, competitive supes as they test their physical, sexual, and moral limits and compete for the best contracts in the best cities.” That means we’ll see a lot more of Homelander (Anton Starr) brazen and immature sorority-level behavior and more than likely many more Homelander fanboys. In the show’s web series seven on the 7tha satire by Fox News, University was teased in a brief segment, saying, “In just a few short months, the best and brightest young heroes of Godolkin University will see their dreams come true or collapse… And while this year’s competition is sure to be intense, people can’t stop talking about the.” Godolkin University Golden Boy, already considered a top pick for next year’s draft.”

Since the show got the green light, the road to production lengthened, resulting in some cast members dropping out after aspects of creative direction and characters changed somewhat The young Executive Producer & University writer Craig Rosenberg‘s original material. production for University began in May 2022 with Kripke as executive producer and is expected to be finished sometime in October; After diving headlong into a parody of what can quickly become a vast pool of intertwined storylines like Disney’s MCU, Kripke said of the spin-off:

“It’s a very different corner of the world and it’s a different concern and subject, but it was interesting. I give Kevin Feige a lot of credit because now that we’re dipping our toe into trying to build a universe and doing well… it’s hard enough running one damn show, but trying to run two shows on Keeping them going so they’re each entertaining… that’s a whole new level of challenge.”

Stand now The boys present: Uni will occur Patrick Schwarzenegger (The stairs) as golden boy, Sean Patrick Thomas (Get the last dance) as polarity, Jaz Sinclair (Chilling Adventures of Sabrina) as Marie Moreau, Marco Pigossi as Edison Cardosa, Chance Perdomo (Chilling Adventures of Sabrina), Shelley Conn (Bridgeton), and more.

There is no premiere date for yet The boys present: Uni at this time, but every three seasons The young and the animated spinoff The Boys Presents: Diabolical stream on Prime Video.

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