Eric Kripke Says Jeffrey Dean Morgan in Consideration for The Boys Season 3

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Eric Kripke Says Jeffrey Dean Morgan in Consideration for The Boys Season 3

Eric Kripke says Jeffrey Dean Morgan in consideration for The Boys season 3

Last year saw the long-awaited premiere of Amazon’s adaptation of Garth Ennis’ The Boys and one such fan was Jeffrey Dean Morgan (The Walking Dead), who lobbied for a role on the series on Twitter and it appears showrunner Eric Kripke has taken his request to heart after initially responding to the star’s tweet.

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In an interview with Collider, Kripke confirmed that he has a role in mind for the 54-year-old actor, with whom he previously worked with on the hit CW series Supernatural in which Morgan starred as the Winchester patriarch, and that they are currently in talks with Morgan for possibly appearing in the third season.

He has to, uh, we have to like coordinate,” Kripke said. “Because you know, he’s on The Walking Dead, so he has another home. But we already talked about one role, and there might be a potential other that we’re talking about. But we are, just this past week we were literally texting back and forth about trying to figure out how to get him on the show. I don’t think it’s a done deal yet, but the will is there, and we’re both talking about it.

In Season 2, The Boys are on the run from the law, hunted by the Supes, and desperately trying to regroup and fight back against Vought. In hiding, Hughie (Jack Quaid), Mother’s Milk (Laz Alonso), Frenchie (Tomer Capon), and Kimiko (Karen Fukuhara) try to adjust to a new normal, with Butcher (Karl Urban) nowhere to be found. Meanwhile, Starlight (Erin Moriarty) must navigate her place in The Seven as Homelander (Antony Starr) sets his sights on taking complete control. His power is threatened with the addition of Stormfront (Aya Cash), a social-media-savvy new Supe, who has an agenda of her own. On top of that, the Supervillain threat takes center stage and makes waves as Vought seeks to capitalize on the nation’s paranoia.

Series co-creator Eric Kripke refers to the second season as “crazier, stranger, more intense, more emotional. In fact, it’s too much, so the Surgeon General has insisted we air the first three episodes on September 4, then air the remaining five episodes weekly after that. We wanted to give you time to freak out, digest, discuss, come down from the high before we give you another dose.”

The Boys is an irreverent take on what happens when superheroes, who are as popular as celebrities, as influential as politicians and as revered as gods, abuse their superpowers rather than use them for good. It’s the powerless against the super powerful as The Boys embark on a heroic quest to expose the truth about the supergroup known as “The Seven.” The show retains most of the comics (available for purchase here) boundary-pushing violence and sexuality while exploring the dark side of superhero celebrity and fame.

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The series was created by Evan Goldberg and Seth Rogen, who are responsible for another subversive comic book-inspired series, AMC’s Preacher, and Supernatural creator Eric Kripke.

Season 1 is available for streaming on Amazon Prime Video.