Amazon is reportedly planning a second season of The Boys spinoff Gen V

When The young is gearing up to move on to its college spinoff Gen V – Garth Ennis’ answer to X-Men – reports have surfaced that the unreleased series is already preparing to brainstorm for its second season.

Per Deadline, series co-creator Michele Fazekas, who developed the show alongside Tara Butters, who will be on hiatus after the first season of Gen V, pending the green light from Amazon who are reportedly quite happy with the outcome of season one, has put together a writers’ room for season two. Given that The young is one of Amazon’s flagship franchises, that’s hardly a surprise Gen V got off to such a strong start.

Starring Jaz Sinclair, Lizzie Broadway, Chance Perdomo, Maddie Phillips and Patrick Schwarzenegger. Gen V follows the depraved shenanigans of the Vought-funded Godolkin University School of Crimefighting, where wannabe supes take part in a series of daunting challenges to prove they have what it takes to hold such an illustrious title. The series will also focus on the universe’s G-Men team, which, as previously mentioned, is a parody of Marvel Comics’ X-Men

Also repeat their roles The young Guest stars include Jessie T. Usher as A-Train, Colby Minifie as Ashley Barrett, and PJ Byrne as Adam Bourke.

Like The young, Gen V will only be loosely based on the original comic book. In fact, we’ve already seen a member of the G-Men show up The youngnamely Silver Kincaid, the American hero Contestant snubbed in favor of The Deep returning to the Seven.

Gen V will premiere later this year on Amazon Prime Video.

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