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The Boys season four will contain ‘the craziest s**t that’s legally allowed on TV'

The Boys season four will contain ‘the craziest s**t that’s legally allowed on TV'

Filming has officially wrapped on the next instalment and there are some gruesome photos from the set.

The wildest show ever to grace television, Prime Video's The Boys, has just wrapped on filming its fourth season.

And, to be honest. we are stoked.

To celebrate a successful wrap, the cast and crew have ever so kindly shared a veritable treasure trove of on-set snaps for fans to gush over.

The behind-the-scenes peek at Prime Video's juggernaut had several photos that showed off main characters covered in blood of guts.

Hughie, played by Jack Quaid, and Karen Fukuhara, who plays Kimiko, could be seen in a few snaps, smiling from ear-to-ear in eerie snaps of fake blood, guts, and bile.

But what they did wear was real smiles. And that in itself is heartwarming, in and odd and creepy kind of way.

Showrunner Eric Kripke wrote on Twitter: "We're exhausted. Bloody. But triumphant.

"My heart is full of love and gratitude to this all-time-great cast and crew. THAT'S A WRAP ON SEASON FOUR, MOTHERF***KER."

And, as if fans of the show weren't keen enough as it is, Kiwi actor Karl Urban shared a second set of snaps with his co-star Jeffrey Dean Morgan.

Urban, in case you forgot, plays the menacing but totally loveable (and murderous) Billy Butcher.

He wrote alongside the snaps: "That’s a picture wrap on season four of The Boys. Massive thank you to our phenomenal crew and cast. Love you guys."

But then he added something that made us tingle a little bit in our underwear. And we're not sure if it was the good tingle.

"I’m not allowed to post any photos from set ….soooo. Here’s a snap of @jeffreydeanmorgan & moi on the set of a Cadillac commercial ……….Season four @theboystv @primevideo Coming soon …ish."

Showrunners have remained tight-lipped about his character, so looks like we'll just have to wait to find out more.

The show also includes a stellar cast of Jensen Ackles, Jesse T Usher, and season three squid-romancer Chase Crawford.

While it might feel like an awful long time to wait for the next instalment of The Boys, a spin-off show is on its way called Gen V.

That is expected to land on Prime Video later this year (phew) and will look at superhero youngsters as they are tested in battle royale-style challenges at university.

The series is based on a 2012 comic book of the same name by Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson.

Featured Image Credit: Prime.

Topics: The Boys, Amazon, Amazon Prime, Film and TV, Entertainment