‘The Boys: Mexico’ Spinoff Show in the Works

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Fans of the hit series “The Boys” have something exciting to look forward to. A new spinoff titled “The Boys: Mexico” is in the making, and it’s got some big names attached to it. Written by Gareth Dunnet-Alcocer, known for his work on “Blue Beetle” and Sony’s upcoming “El Muerto,” this series promises to expand the universe of “The Boys” in new and exciting ways.

According to Deadline, the project is still in its early stages, with casting underway and the search for a co-showrunner to work alongside Dunnet-Alcocer. What’s really stirring up interest is the involvement of Diego Luna and Gael García Bernal, both of whom are set to executive produce. There’s also a buzz that they might even step in front of the camera for supporting roles.

This isn’t the first time “The Boys” has branched out. After the original show’s success, we saw the animated “The Boys Presents: Diabolical” and the live-action “Gen V.” Both spinoffs received warm welcomes, with “Gen V” recently getting renewed for a second season. It seems like the appetite for this superhero satire world isn’t dwindling anytime soon.


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“The Boys: Mexico” will be shot in Latin America, adding a fresh cultural perspective to the franchise. The premise of the show is still under wraps, but if it’s anything like its predecessors, we can expect a mix of dark humor and critical takes on superhero culture.

This new venture adds to Dunnet-Alcocer’s growing portfolio. Besides “Blue Beetle” and “El Muerto,” he’s also attached to the planned remake of “Scarface” at Universal Pictures.

Luna and García Bernal, both hugely successful in their careers, have collaborated several times since their breakout roles in “Y Tu Mamá También.” Luna’s recent work includes the Disney+ TV series “Andor,” and García Bernal starred in Amazon’s bio-drama “Cassandro.”

It’s always exciting to see a favorite series expand its universe, especially with such talented creatives at the helm. “The Boys: Mexico” promises to be a thrilling addition to the franchise. We’ll just have to wait and see how it ties into the larger narrative of The Boys and its current spinoffs.

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