Gen V Season 2 Confirmed by Prime Video: Here are All the Details You Need to Know

Prime Video has confirmed second season for Gen V, a show based on university of superheroes. Read on to know more about the same.

  • The show is based on the University of Superheroes
  • The show is a spin-off from The Boys
  • The finale of the first season is on November 3

Fans of Gen V, we have some good news for you all. The students at Godolkin University have another academic year ahead of them. The Boys spinoff Gen V, which is set in a college, has received a second season renewal from Amazon.

Approximately halfway through Season 1, as viewers get ready for the November 3 finale, the news has been released by the makers. The sixth episode, titled “Jumanji,” will debut on the streaming service today.

When and Where to Watch Gen V Season 2

Prime Video will release the second season on its platform but has not divulged the official release date. We will keep you posted as and when the makers reveal the release date of the show. In the meantime, viewers can watch the first season on the platform, which is set for its finale on November 3.

Name of the Show Gen V
OTT Platform Prime Video
OTT Release Date To be Announced
Cast Jaz Sinclair, Chance Perdomo
Language English, Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, and Malayalam

Official Trailer and Plot of Gen V

Gen V takes place at Godolkin University, America’s top school for young supeheroes after the events of The Boys season three. With aspirations of one day joining the Seven, Marie Moreau (Sinclair), who possesses the ability to control and weaponize blood, comes to the so-called God U.

She encounters characters like Cate (Phillips), who can mentally manipulate others; Andre Anderson (Perdomo), who can manipulate metal; Jordan Li (Thor and Luh), who can change their gender and access particular power sets from each form; and Emma Meyers (Broadway), who can shrink and expand in size.

Soon after, Marie and her friends learn about the Woods, a hidden location beneath Godolkin where special children, including Sam (Germann), Luke’s long-lost brother, are detained and utilised for experiments.

The series also stars Jaz Sinclair, Chance Perdomo, Lizze Broadway, Shelley Conn, Maddie Phillips, London Thor, Derek Luh, and Asa Germann, in addition to Patrick Schwarzenegger, Sean Patrick Thomas, and Marco Pigossi. Clancy Brown, Jason Ritter, Jessie T. Usher, Claudia Doumit, Colby Minifie, and P.J. Byrne are also seen in Gen V, all of whom reprised their roles from The Boys.

Reception to Gen V Season 2

The second season of the show was confirmed barely 24 hours ago but the announcement has been viewed by 1.6 million people on the micro-blogging site X. This shows the popularity of the show among the audience. With 21k votes IMDB has given the show a rating of 8.0/10.