Gen V is the first live-action spin-off series of the hit superhero series The Boys. Created by Craig Rosenberg, Evan Goldberg, and Eric Kripke and based on The Boys Volume 4: “We Gotta Go Now” comic book by Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson, the Prime Video series is set in The Boys universe. Set in Vought’s Godolkin University School of Crimefighting, the series sees some young superheroes getting tangled in a conspiracy that might be too big for them to handle.
Gen V – Episode Guide (When are the Episodes Coming Out?)
Gen V Season 1 consists of eight episodes in total and it premiered with its first three episodes on September 29, with the rest of the episodes released weekly. Check out the full episode guide with titles and release dates below:
- Episode 1 “God U” – September 29
- Episode 2 “First Day” – September 29
- Episode 3 “#ThinkBrink” – September 29
- Episode 4 – October 6
- Episode 5 – October 13
- Episode 6 – October 20
- Episode 7 – October 27
- Episode 8 – November 3
Gen V – Cast & Characters (Who is in It & Who are they Playing?)
The Boys spin-off series stars Jaz Sinclair as Marie Moreau, Lizze Broadway as Emma Meyer aka Little Cricket, Patrick Schwarzenegger as Luke Riordan aka Golden Boy, Maddie Phillips as Cate Dunlap, Chance Perdomo as Andre Anderson, London Thor and Derek Luh as Jordan Li, Asa Germann as Sam, Shelley Conn as Indira Shetty, Marco Pigossi as Dr. Edison Cardosa, Alexander Calvert as Rufus, Sean Patrick Thomas as Polarity, and Clancy Brown as Prof. Rich Brinkerhoff.
Gen V – Trailer & Plot? (What is it About?)
Check out the official trailer and synopsis for The Boys’ Gen V below:
Set in the diabolical world of The Boys, Gen V expands the universe to Godolkin University, the prestigious superhero-only college where students train to be the next generation of heroes—preferably with lucrative endorsements. You know what happens when supes go bad, but not all superheroes start out corrupt. Beyond the typical college chaos of finding oneself and partying, these kids are facing explosive situations … literally. As the students vie for popularity and good grades, it’s clear that the stakes are much higher when super powers are involved. When the group of young supes discover that something bigger and sinister is going on at school, they’re put to the test: Will they be the heroes or the villains of their stories?