The Boys Presents: Diabolical Season 2 Premiere Date

Season 1 of The Boys Presents: Diabolical is almost over on Amazon Video, but will the Grey Griffin-starring series be returning for season second?

The Boys Presents: Diabolical Season 2 Release Date

The Boys Presents: Diabolical creator Eric Kripke not yet verified season 2 for the drama TV Series. If it were decided to renew it would air on Friday, February 28, 2025 near the same time as previous. Here’s what we know so far.

Countdown to Season 2 Release

The Boys Presents: Diabolical Season 2 premiere date and episodes list

Season second will consist of 8 total episodes, that will be released live from Amazon Video. Pilot episode starts in Friday, February 28, 2025. TV Series episodes will release every week on Fridays. Detailed schedule presented in this table:

Episode NumberEpisode TitleAmazon Release Date
2X01Episode 1February 28, 2025
2X02Episode 2February 28, 2025
2X03Episode 3February 28, 2025
2X04Episode 4February 28, 2025
2X05Episode 5February 28, 2025
2X06Episode 6February 28, 2025
2X07Episode 7February 28, 2025
2X08Episode 8February 28, 2025

The Boys Presents: Diabolical Season 2nd trailer: watch the early footage

At the moment, given below video is very precisely to upcoming season of TV series. Official teaser will be released few weeks before the release date.

The Boys Presents: Diabolical Season 2nd cast: Who's in it?

The main cast probably back, as well as few new actors. Grey Griffin will return as with Ben Schwartz as . As well as Kumail Nanjiani as , role will be played Seth Rogen, Andy Samberg (), Antony Starr (Homelander), Chris Diamantopoulos as , Stan Edgar role will play a Giancarlo Esposito and Angela Marie Volpe as .

The Boys Presents: Diabolical synopsis

A collection of animated, heartbreaking stories set in the universe of The Boys, but only tangentially affecting the main plot. Staying true to the spirit of the franchise, the animated series is replete with explicit violence and cynical adult humor, introducing viewers to new characters and giving the opportunity to better understand the backstory of some already familiar characters. Each episode's visuals are uniquely styled, borrowing animation from Looney Tunes, Rick and Morty, ultra-gritty anime, and more.