The Boys Season 3 Debut Gets 100% Score On Rotten Tomatoes
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The Boys Season 3 Debut Gets 100% Score On Rotten Tomatoes

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BY June 3, 2022

The Boys third season debuted with a perfect 100% score on Rotten Tomatoes.

The boys new trailer (Image: Sony Pictures Television)

After a long time of waiting, after a stunning second season, the third saga of The Boys is now available on the Amazon Prime streaming platform. Fans of the series awaited for more than two years after a second season that left many speechless.

The new season debuted with a perfect 100% score on Rotten Tomatoes, and the reviews considered it spectacular. Some declare that it has a new level of violence and emotion.

The third season is available on the Amazon Prime platform with new levels of satire, violence, and the usual elements that make this show so successful.

The Boys Season 3 Debuts With Perfect Score 

The Boys debut had a perfect score when the comments on the website Rotten Tomatoes began. There were 18 comments on the series’ new saga, and all were positive. Some reviews highlighted the new level of violence, detailing how this follows the same as the previous seasons.

Sometime later, the score dropped slightly with the arrival of new reviews. However, at the moment of writing this post, the score stands at 95%, with 43 reviews received. That is a slight drop compared to the second season, which scored 97%, but it is still above the first season, with 86% positive reviews.

The Boys season 3 score

Its premiere has been well received, not only by the public but also by critics in various parts of the world. Some comments highlight the new elements integrated into the series, the reappearance of others lost in the second season, and the special effects. 

First Reactions are Positive

The first reactions to detail the new season were quite positive. Hot Button’s David Poland stated, “Season 3 ups the amount of splatter, the amount of pretty graphic sex, and the combination. A lot.”

Another comment by Christopher Lloyd from The Film Yap said on Rotten Tomatoes, “Fans of the show already know it is hard, hard stuff, replete with graphic nudity, swearing, gleeful sadism and heaping helpings of exposed guts and brains. This is the sort of thing where somebody’s head will get partially blown open, and their killer lingers over them while they gurgle their last breaths, with a clear view of all things drippy and oozy inside what’s left of their skull.”

Lloyd also noted the storytelling and direction of the new series in this way “That’s a lot of story threads and characters to keep straight, but creator/head writer Eric Kripke and his colleagues keep it all meshed together in a tight, swift-moving show.”

Alec Bojalad, from Den of Geek highlighted this production’s cast on the site with this comment, Characters like Annie January a.k.a. Starlight (Erin Moriarty), Kimiko (Karen Fukuhara), and Queen Maeve (Dominique McElligott) build upon the cheeky “Girls Get It Done” Vought campaign from last season to uh…really get sh… done. First introduced as the audience’s eyes and ears inside Vought in season 1, Annie has beautifully transformed into their conscience as well and it’s her who grapples with the most provocative moral questions raised in season 3.”

The Boys season 3 debut is available on the Amazon Prime TV streaming platform. It has received many positive reviews on various sites, including Rotten Tomatoes. The comments highlight the storytelling, cast, and visual effects.

Fans have also stated about the show all over social media, highlighting its good. That indicates that the public continues to like it, and hopefully, it will open the doors for the fourth season.

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