The highly anticipated sixth episode of season three of 'The Boys' is nearly here—here's how to watch the series

The 'Herogasm' storyline is finally here on 'The Boys.'

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The third season of The Boys has finally dropped, and we can confirm: Homelander continues to be terrifying. The series premiered on June 3, 2022, and the sixth episode of the series—potentially the season's most anticipated episode, especially for fans of the comics—is set to drop on Friday, June 24The Boys official Twitter released an announcement this Monday: "Pleasure to report that unholy week is here. #herogasm."

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The first and second season of The Boys are available to watch right now on Prime Video, and you can stream the third season with a Prime Video subscription.

How can you watch The Boys

You can watch The Boys through your Prime Video subscription. Prime Video is included with a general Prime membership, but you can also subscribe to Prime Video as a standalone service if you prefer. Prime Video is available to Amazon Prime customers in over 200 countries and territories, and can be accessed through most web browsers with an internet connection. Prime Video is also available as a streaming app on numerous devices, including iOS and Android, Amazon Fire TV devices, Roku devices, Xbox, PlayStation, smart TVs and more.

You can watch The Boys animated series as well as other Amazon Originals, popular films and series, and over 100 additional channels (like Starz, Showtime, HBO Max and Shudder) through your Prime Video subscription. 

What is The Boys third season about?

The Boys is one of the best superhero series out there, adeptly exploring what might happen in the event that super-powered humans existed. Starring Karl Urban, Antony Starr, Erin Moriarty, Jack Quaid, Karen Fukuhara, Chace Crawford, Dominique McElligott and more, the series' first two seasons explored the corruption within America's lauded group of superheroes, the Seven, a group created by Vought International. The Boys is based on the comic book series by Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson.

Get ready for gore. The third season picks up after the explosive second season finale (no spoilers, but if you haven't seen it, brace yourself). Butcher (Urban), Hughie (Quaid), Homelander (Starr), Starlight (Moriarty) and more returned for the series alongside newcomer to the franchise Jensen Ackles as Soldier Boy. The sixth episode for the series drops this Friday, and features elements of the "Herogasm" storyline from a limited comic run in The Boys universe, which is one of the most shocking storylines to feature in the series. 

You can catch the third season of The Boys on June 3, 2022, on Prime Video.

How can you sign up for Prime Video?

Prime Video is the streaming component of Amazon Prime. You can sign up for Prime Video for $8.99 per month, or sign up for an all-in-one Prime membership for $12.99 monthly or $119 per year. You can access a 30-day free trial of Prime Video upon signing up. Or, if you’re a Prime member already, you can access the Prime Video library.

Through Prime Video, subscribers get access to Amazon Prime Originals—including series like The Expanse, The Legend of Vox Machina, Invincible and The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel—as well as films like The Big Sick, Love & Friendship, and more. Prime Video is also home to popular films and series like Midsommar, The Americans, Knives Out, Downton Abbey, Orphan Black, with over 100 additional channels accessible through add-on subscriptions.

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