- Amazon’s upcoming mature superhero TV series, “The Boys,” based on the comic of the same name, premieres Friday, July 26.
- Showrunner Eric Kripke talked to Business Insider about the show’s four-year development, and how he and his team adapted to Donald Trump’s election and the Me Too movement.
- Kripke said that the female producers insisted that the show include a moment of sexual assault from the comic because they’d “all experienced a version of it to varying degrees in our careers.”
- Kripke said that he originally pitched the series to Cinemax, which ultimately didn’t move forward because it was too expensive. So he read more >>>