The Boys Season 3 drops at the end of the week, and you’ll want to binge-watch the first three episodes immediately. Can you watch it with the kids around? What is The Boys Season 3 age rating?
If there is one show you’re getting ready for, it’s The Boys. The first three episodes of Season 3 drop at the end of the week. You’ll want to tune in as soon as possible to see what’s next for The Seven and The Boys.
The previous season left us with a lot of questions. What would The Seven look like with Starlight joining Homelander as co-head of the team? What would Hughie do now that he’s in the lioness’s den without realizing it? How will Butcher care for a baby who is part Supe?
The answers are coming, but is this something to watch right away? Is it best to wait for the kids to go to bed?
The Boys Season 3 age rating
Of course, The Boys Season 3 age rating is just a suggestion, but it is a good idea at the level of violence, swearing, and nudity that will be in a show. It’s a good idea as to whether this series is going to be suitable for your kids or not.
Just like the first two seasons, the third season has been given a TV-MA age rating. That means it’s designed for people 18 and over.
We know that those younger than 18 will end up watching it. You’ll want to assess the maturity of your own children to see if this is going to be something for them. The Boys isn’t just full of graphic violence. It’s also full of graphic nudity, and that is often where parents will draw the line. We all have our own limits.
The Boys Season 3 premieres on Friday, June 3 on Prime Video with one episode a week released afterward.