The Boys Season 3 Casts a Trio of Brand New Heroes


Amazon’s superhero series The Boys is making preparations for its third season by hiring even more boys. Actors Sean Patrick Flannery, Nick Wechsler, and Miles Gaston Villanueva have each been cast in a recurring role for the upcoming season.

All three will play an original character that has not been featured in The Boys comics by Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson.

Flannery will play a character named Gunpowder. The actor has previously starred in films like The Boondock Saints and Powder. He also starred as Indiana Jones in the 90’s television series The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles.


Wechsler will be playing Blue Hawk. Before The Boys, Wechsler was one of the main cast members on ABC’s drama series Revenge.

Villanueva will play a character named Supersonic. The actor played a major role in the miniseries Law & Order True Crime focusing on the Menendez murders. He has also appeared on The Resident and The CW’s Nancy Drew.


There have been no official details released on the nature of these new characters’ powers, though their superhero names certainly provide some hints at what they may be. The three heroes will be joined by fellow series newcomer Soldier Boy. Actor Jensen Ackles recently shared a first-look image of “the first super celebrity’s” costume.

The Boys Season 3 has begun filming, though no official premiere date has been announced yet by Amazon.


In our review of The Boys Season 2, IGN gave the show a 9, saying the series “continues its excellent form of balancing its comedy, over-the-top violence, and character development into a cohesive force of awesomeness.”

J. Kim Murphy is a freelance entertainment writer.


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