The Boys Season 3 Episode 5 Release Date

The Boys Season 3 Episode 5 Release Date, Plot, Where To Watch & More Details

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The focus of attention in The Boys Season 3 moves to Homelander, who has become even more irrational and insane throughout the course of the season. Butcher and the guys quickly come to the conclusion that their condition is hopeless, and so they set out in search of a weapon that could kill him.

If you’ve been keeping up with this one over the past few weeks, you might be wondering when the next episode will be made available to watch online. Well, wonder no longer!

The Boys Season 3 Episode 5 will be released on (insert date here), at (insert hour here), and in (insert location here) here. Here is all you need to know about this episode.

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The Boys Season 3 Episode 5 Release Date

The Boys season 4 episode 5 is called “The Last Time to Look on This World of Lies.” It will be available on Amazon Prime on Friday, June 17 at 3 am Eastern Standard Time, 2 am Central Standard Time, and 12 am Pacific Standard Time.

As of right now, this schedule will stay the same for the whole season, with new episodes coming out every week. Fans of the Amazon Prime show Invincible, however, have seen that things could change. Listen to Bam Smack Pow to see if the times change.

Where to watch online?

The only place to watch The Boys is on Amazon Prime. A membership to Amazon Prime in the US costs $14.99 per month or $139 for the whole year. For students, the cost is $7.49 per month or $69 for the whole year. If you don’t want all the extras that come with Amazon Prime, you can buy an Amazon Prime Video membership for $8.99 per month instead.

Amazon Prime costs £7.99 per month or £79 for the whole year if you live in the UK. Or you can just join Amazon Prime Video for £5.99. And if you are a student in the UK, you can get the first six months for free. After that, it will cost you £39 per year.

The Boys Stroyline:

The Boys takes place in a world where people with superpowers, called Supes, are seen as heroes by most people and work for a powerful company called Vought International, which markets and makes money off of them. Outside of their heroic roles, most of them are proud, self-centered, and bad. The main characters in the series are the Seven, Vought’s best superhero team, and the Boys, a group of vigilantes who want to bring down Vought and its fake superheroes.

Billy Butcher, who hates all Supes, is in charge of the Boys. Homelander, who is unstable and violent, is in charge of the Seven. At the beginning of the show, Hughie Campbell joins the Boys after the superhero A-Train kills his girlfriend by accident while high on drugs. Annie January, a young, hopeful heroine, joins the Seven and is forced to face the truth about the people she admires.

Queen Maeve, who is disappointed with life, Deep, who is afraid of everything, Black Noir, who is mysterious, and Stormfront, who is a white supremacist, are also part of the Seven. Mother’s “MM” Milk, an expert on weapons, Frenchie, and Kimiko, a test subject with superpowers, round out the Boys. Madelyn Stillwell, a Vought executive, is in charge of the Seven. She is later replaced by Ashley Barrett, a publicist. Both of them report to Vought CEO Stan Edgar, whose adopted daughter, Congresswoman Victoria Neuman, is also against government control.

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