This may be the last time we see The Boys‘ online, in-universe news show “Seven on 7.” Perhaps fittingly, the seventh episode sees smarmy host Cameron Coleman announcing a promotion to an hourlong show. Presumably, the longer program will feature in The Boys season 3. In the meantime, however, the anchorman teases the upcoming draft for Vought’s multi-city superhero academy Godolkin University. And that, as we know, will be the subject of the still-untitled spinoff series.
Nick Wechsler’s Blue Hawk also gets featured, revealed as a New Jersey based Supe with his own COPS-style reality series. Meanwhile, it looks like Starlight will host another reality series in an X-Mansion-like location to determine the next member of the Seven. Starlight’s ex, Christian boy band alumnus Supersonic, played by Miles Gaston Villanueva, seems an early favorite. In other entertainment news, a small-sized Supe named Termite stars in a romantic comedy that sees him hiding amongst action figures.
But the show’s biggest get? An interview with Jack Quaid’s Hughie Campbell, who quickly finds Vought News Network to be hostile territory. In full Bill O’Reilly mode, host Coleman yells “Cut his mic!” the moment Hughie starts making any points. Check out the full video below:
If this is indeed the last episode of “Seven on 7,” will you miss it? June is still a few months away. Let us know in comments.
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