A March premiere date has been set for The Boys Presents: Diabolical, and its first trailer is sending everything into a frenzy. A spinoff to The Boys, the show is distributed by Amazon Studios. It is its second spinoff. Eric Kripke is executive producing the series.
The Boys Presents: Diabolical belongs to the animated anthology genre. The idea of the TV series was first presented publically during the CCXP Worlds 2021 comical convention event, which was held in Brazil, Karl Urban. The beloved superhero show will once again be back. The flagship series is ready to venture into more chaos than ever before.
What Is Release Date Set For The Boys Presents: Diabolical?
The episodes of The Boys Presents: Diabolical are scheduled to drop on March 4, 2022. It will be the first season of the spinoff of The Boys series. All the episodes will drop simultaneously on this date. The teaser that was dropped recently shows that the show is not afraid to venture into adult animation-comedy. The show has promised to bring forth an “unseen series” that takes place in The Boys’ universe.
Sony Pictures Television and Amazon Studios have produced the series along with Point Grey Pictures, Original Film, Kripke Enterprises, and Titmouse.
Where Can You Watch It?
The Diabolical edition of the show will head to Amazon Prime Video on March 4, 2022. It will be released before the release of the third season of The Boys, which will drop on June 3, 2022. You can subscribe to the platform to watch the episodes of the series. The episodes will plunge elbow deep into the unknown crevices of this Universe. Amazon Prime is available for a 30-days free trial post, which costs $12.99 monthly.
How Many Episodes Will It Have?
The first season of the Diabolical edition will have eight episodes altogether. Each of these episodes will have a run time anywhere between 12 to 14 minutes. Across all of these episodes, the animation style will vary significantly. Eric Kripke, the showrunner of this show, took to social media to reveal that the team had wrapped up the eight episodes of this animated anthology series.
Should You Skip Or Stream The Boys Presents: Diabolical?
According to the showrunner, various incredible creators have come together to produce the show, and they were bound by no rules. Hence, these episodes are nothing that you would expect them to be. These are emotional, funny, insane, shocking, bizarre, moist, and gory. If you believe that The Boys is crazy, you must wait till you see the Diabolical spinoff.
To bring the various shorts to life, Ilana Glazer, Eliot Glazer, Garth Ennis, and Awkwafina, along with producers Seth Rogen, Andy Samberg, Aisha Tyler, Evan Goldberg, Ben Bayouth, and Justin Roiland, have worked on this show. You should not miss this bizarre series if you are hooked on The Boys.
Is The Trailer Available?
A brief clip of The Boys Presents: Diabolical was dropped recently, and at its center was Laser Baby. An errant sneeze accidentally transforms a soldier team into an organ pile. The laser baby brings forth a Looney-tunes feel, and clearly, the show shares its DNA with the parent show. The creators have blown the door off while creating it, and the animations are very compelling.