The Boys Season 3 Announces Even More Cast Members

The Boys Season 3 Announces Even More Cast Members

Production on The Boys season 3 wrapped almost a month ago, but the series still has a few new cast members to announce. Deadline brings word that the upcoming episodes will feature Frances Turner, Kristin Booth, and Jack Doolan in recurring roles.

Turner has joined the series as Monique, the wife of Laz Alonzo’s Mother’s Milk. Alvina August previously played the character in the penultimate episode of The Boys’ first season. The report doesn’t give a reason for the recasting. But the last time we saw Monique, she and MM’s daughter were taken into protective custody by the CIA. MM was eventually reunited with his family at the end of season 2. But when he’s inevitably called back into action in season 3, it’s bound to cause some friction between him and his wife.

Meanwhile, Booth and Doolan are playing a set of superhuman siblings named Tessa and Tommy. Together, they make up a duo known as the TNT Twins, which hints at the explosive nature of their superpowers. The brother-and-sister combo doesn’t seem to have appeared in Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson’s original comics. Regardless, this isn’t the first time that The Boys’ creators have introduced brand new supes on the series.

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Turner currently recurs on New Amsterdam and previously appeared in the final season of The Man in the High Castle. Other fans might recognize Booth from her stints on Orphan Black and Workin’ Moms. Finally, Doolan was recently a series regular on Netflix’s Marcella.

Amazon still hasn’t set a premiere date for The Boys season 3. However, a 2022 release seems likely.

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