Ratings for the fourth season of The Boys: 21% more viewers

Season 4 of The Boys has had a strong debut, according to Amazon. The studio says new episodes generated 21% more views in their first four days of airing than the Season 3 launch did at the same time, though exact numbers were not provided.

Amazon also notes that this is the series’ fourth consecutive season of growth, placing it in the top five biggest TV seasons of all time when measured by four days of prime viewership. Season 4 of The Boys, isolated from just returning seasons, is Amazon’s second-biggest season, bested only by Season 2 of Reacher’s in December.

Amazon says 60% of viewers were outside the US, with Brazil, the UK and India the main drivers of the show’s success. The season was the No. 1 Prime Video title in 160 countries after four days.

The Boys season 4 premiered with three episodes on June 13, with new episodes released weekly until the finale on July 18. Showrunner Eric Kripke recently announced that the already greenlit season 5 will bring the series to a close.

“Gen V,” a spinoff of “The Boys,” premiered in 2023 and is currently in production on its second season. Another spin-off titled “The Boys: Mexico” is currently in development. According to Kripke diverse Showrunners Sitdown, “The writer’s deal is almost up, and then he’ll start writing the pilot.”

is reading diverseAn interview with Kripke about the Season 4 premiere — which features fake penises, cameos from Will Ferrell and Tilda Swinton and a presidential election — here.

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