The Boys confirms Mexico spin-off with Marvel star

The Boys universe is extending even further with a Spanish-language spin-off.

According to Deadline, Andor's Diego Luna and Werewolf by Night's Gael García Bernal will executive produce The Boys: Mexico and are even considering on-screen roles, with Blue Beetle writer Gareth Dunnet-Alcocer involved, too.

Plot details are not known at this stage, but a search is reportedly underway for a co-showrunner to join Dunnet-Alcocer.

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Alongside Prime Video's flagship twisted superhero series, which is heading towards its fourth season, The Boys fans have been enjoying the coming-of-age offshoot Gen V and animation Diabolical.

Just recently, Gen V was renewed for its second season.

On that news, Amazon MGM Studios' head of television Vernon Sanders had this to say (via Variety): "Expanding the universe of The Boys with a series as bold as Gen V has been an incredible journey for us and our wonderful partners at Sony.

"From our first conversation with showrunners Michele Fazekas and Tara Butters, along with Eric Kripke, Evan Goldberg, and Seth Rogen, we knew Gen V would push the boundaries. Their unapologetic approach is exactly what audiences love, and it has helped Gen V become the No. 1 series on Prime Video in over 130 countries."

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Showrunner Michele Fazekas and executive producer Eric Kripke jointly added: "We couldn't be happier to make a second season of Gen V. These are characters and stories we've grown to love, and we are thrilled to know people feel the same!

"The writers are already working on the new season – sophomore year is gonna be wild, with all the twists, heart, satire, and exploding genitalia you've come to expect from the show."

The Boys seasons 1-3 are streaming on Prime Video, along with spin-off Gen V.

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