Hughie Campbell Makes A Guest Appearance On Vought’s Seven on 7

Poor Hughie. Even when he is trying to do things on the up and up, he has to battle uphill. In the 7th episode of Vought News Network’s Seven on 7 with Cameron Coleman, the Translucent Killer Hughie Campbell is the guest and immediately faces a harsh Coleman.
Now working with the Federal Bureau of Superhuman Affairs (FBSA), Hughie takes the brunt of Vought’s talking head. The FBSA was formed near the conclusion of The Boys‘ second season, no doubt an outright threat to Vought and could expose many more of the company’s dirty dealings.
You’ll see the less than subtle references to our current news media’s thirst to protect their interest in the clip below. Let’s hope it doesn’t get as carried away with the 2016 politics as the second season. Phew. It was like watching a live stream of the worst of Twitter’s blue checkmarks’ wet dreams.

Earlier today, we covered the news that The Boys will be premiering its third season on Amazon Video come June 3rd, 2022. Judging by the short teaser below, Homelander is under some serious mental distress. He lost his son, the mother of his child, and his evil soulmate all in one day. So just how far can you push a man with seemingly unlimited superpowers before he snaps?

We’ve seen that Amazon’s The Boys departs quite a bit from comic book series created by Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson. With so many changes, who knows what is going to happen this season. Though, if I had to guess, I wouldn’t doubt that we’ll probably see Homelander attempt to take over the White House. What does he have left to lose?
What did you think of the second season of The Boys? Let us know your thoughts and predictions in the comments section below.
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