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When Does ‘The Boys’ S4 E7 Come Out? Here’s How to Watch

In “The Boys” universe, even Christmas can’t escape chaos. “The Boys” Season 4 Episode 7 is set during the festive holiday, but the trailer reveals a whirlwind of fighting and violence as the world within the show begins to fall apart.

“The Boys,” adapted from the comic book series of the same name, centers around a formidable corporation named Vought. This corporation creates superheroes, some of whom misuse their powers for personal gain and malevolent purposes.

The titular group, “The Boys,” consists of Billy Butcher, Hughie, Annie, Kimiko, Frenchie, and Mother’s Milk. Each member harbors a grudge against Vought and its primary superhero team, the Seven. United by their shared vendetta, they fight relentlessly to unveil the dark secrets and crimes of Vought to the public.

The show features a talented ensemble cast, including Anthony Starr, Jack Quaid, Karl Urban, Erin Moriarty, Karen Fukuhara, Jessie T. Usher, Laz Alonso, Chace Crawford, Tomer Capone, and Nathan Mitchell.

With only two episodes left in its fourth season, fans are eager to witness the unfolding events. “The Boys” Season 4 Episode 7 will drop soon, intensifying the ongoing saga.

For those wondering about the release schedule, “The Boys” Season 4 Episode 7 is slated to premiere at midnight PT (3 a.m. ET) on Thursday, July 10.

Throughout this season, all episodes of “The Boys” have consistently premiered on Thursdays at the same times.

As an Amazon Prime Video original, “The Boys” can be streamed exclusively on Amazon’s platform. Enthusiasts can either watch new episodes or revisit previous ones via this streaming service.

Amazon Prime offers a 30-day free trial, which allows new users to explore Season 4 of “The Boys” without any initial cost.

After the trial period, an Amazon Prime membership is required. The membership costs $14.99 per month or $139 annually for individuals. There’s also a student membership available at a reduced rate of $7.49 per month or $69 annually.

Source: Arizona Republic