Clancy Brown's professor Brink invites you to Godolkin University in latest promo for The Boys spinoff Gen V
The universe of "The Boys" is expanding, and the latest teaser is proof. In the freshly released promo for the eagerly awaited spinoff "Gen V", the imposing figure of Clancy Brown steps into the limelight as Professor Brink.
Gen V the first live-action spinoff for the highly popular Amazon series The Boys is gearing up for its release this month and a new promo featuring Clancy Brown's Professor Brink has just dropped.
The show will have the franchise's trademark blood and gore on full display and we can be sure it shares the same sense of humor.
The Expanding Universe
The new promo feels like an X-Men parody, which will be a treat to watch for fans of the show. Godolkin University is a college for superheroes where the most popular have a shot at being famous and maybe a chance at joining The Seven so the competition between the students gets dark and bloody.
From what little we do know about the plot the series will focus on Marie played by Jaz Sinclair, who is a young Supe and a new addition to Vought Industries Godolkin University.
So we can expect a lot of backstabbing and sabotage as Marie navigates her way through university life.
we also know that there will be a few cameos from the cast of The Boys including Jessie T. Usher who plays A-Train no doubt there to encourage the young students and Colby Minifie who plays Ashley Barrett most likely searching for the next big prospect to join The Seven.
The series is developed by Michele Fazekas and Tara Butters with Eric Kripke, Seth Rogen, and Evan Goldberg serving as Executive Producers.
The series takes place during the events of Season 3 of The Boys where Billy has teamed up with Soldier Boy to take on Homelander.
The cast of the show includes Jaz Sinclair, Chance Perdomo, Lizze Broadway, Shelley Conn, Maddie Phillips, London Thor, Derek Luh, Asa Germann, Patrick Schwarzenegger, Sean Patrick Thomas, Marco Pigossi, Clancy Brown, Alexander Calvert, and Jason Ritter.
The first three episodes of Gen V will be available on Amazon Prime Video on September 29th.