Streaming. This weekend's highlights. "The Boys", the return to bloody heroes

Are you familiar with "The Seven?" These superheroes are far removed from the "Avengers", who allowed themselves to be corrupted and gloried by fame and power.

Streaming. This weekend's highlights. "The Boys", the return to bloody heroes

Are you familiar with "The Seven?" These superheroes are far removed from the "Avengers", who allowed themselves to be corrupted and gloried by fame and power. A group of vigilantes, "The Boys", decide to take on these once-favorite superheroes and set them free.

"The Boys", based on Garth Ennis' comic book and Darick Robertson's superhero universe, is a wilfully irreverent series. While it makes fun of super-humans, it's more about the media coverage, celebrity, and arms race that the series' superheroes are embodied in. Sometimes, the positive representations of superheroes reveal a better writing style than what the nag postulate would have you believe.

This third season sees the leader of "Seven", the Protector (Anthony Starr), become more than ever a murderer after a toxic relationship. The "The Boys", still commanded by Billy Butcher (Karl Urban), will have access to a powerful weapon: a serum that gives them superpowers for 24hrs! It is not recommended for children younger than 12 years old as the shock will be violent.

Noah is happy to be single. He is happy to be single, even though he has times when he struggles to make ends meet. He goes to Fire Island every summer with his friends, including Howie, Keegan, Max, and Luke. They party for a week, and meet up with some handsome men. They arrive at Tuna Walk, the home of Erin, their friend. The bad news is that Erin will soon have to sell the place she considered a second home. The friends will have two missions. They must save Tuna Walk, and they must also find Noah's man.

Andrew Ahn directs "Fire Island" in a real setting. Fire Island Pines, a Brookhaven, Suffolk County hamlet, has been dubbed the first gay or lesbian city in America. This town can only be reached by sea and is not far from Long Island (state, New York).

Joel Kim Booster, main screenwriter but also the interpreter of Noah, wanted to create an openly gay and uninhibited romantic comedy. He took up the main lines from Jane Austen's novel "Pride and Prejudice".

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