Currently you are able to watch "Gen V - Season 1" streaming on Amazon Prime Video.
The Godolkin University of Crimefighting is the only place to send young superheroes to be trained. Those who contain great potential and power are the ones who need the closest attention and training. The only problem is that young adults are not renowned for discipline and diligence. Hormonal and brooding, these young Supes are competing for crimefighting contracts across cities in the US. It might just be that crime is not always their only concern. With trademark irreverence and raunchiness, this young drama is led by the perilous pairing of Marie M and Emma Shaw. The duo is destined to be battling, breaking, busting open, or lusting after all that comes in their path.
Gen V Season 1 is an upcoming superhero black comedy television series. It is a spin-off from the television series The Boys and is based on the same source material, the comic book of the same name by Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson. Gen V is developed by Michele Fazekas and Tara Butters who serve as executive producers and showrunners. Eric Kripke and Seth Rogen, both executive producers on The Boys return to play the same role for this R-rated young adult adventure. Writer and producer, Craig Rosenberg also contributes to the spin-off, having played a pivotal role in the production of The Boys. Gen V is produced by Sony Pictures Television Studies and Amazon Studios.
Introducing a batch of new young 'Supes-in-training', Gen V has a young and impressive cast. Leading the ensemble is Jaz Sinclair, known for her role in Chilling Adventures of Sabrina. She plays Marie M., a graduate from the Vought Institute about to take her first steps at the Vought College. Joining her is Lizzie Broadway who portrays Emma Shaw another student set to learn the skills of crimefighting at Godolkin University. Sean Patrick Thomas and Patrick Schwarzenegger are Polarity and Golden Boy respectively. The wider cast includes Marco Pigossi, Chance Perdomo, London Thor, and Maddie Phillips amongst others.
As early as 2020, a spin-off set within the same universe as The Boys was announced. Many of the creative team that worked on the original show were announced to be contributing to the then-untitled show, including Craig Rosenberg, Seth Rogen, Evan Goldberg, and Eric Kripke amongst others. In October, Eric Kripke teased story details for the show, including the idea that the series would focus on the G-Men, first mentioned in Season 1 of The Boys. In March 2021, Lizzie Broadway and Jaz Sinclair were both confirmed to be in the cast and leading the series with additional cast members also announced. By May 2021, the full cast was revealed to also include Patrick Schwarzenegger, Sean Patrick Thomas, and Marco Pigossi. In September 2021, Amazon ordered the series, and the duo Fazekas and Butters were confirmed as showrunners and executive producers. Filming on location began in May 2022 and by September of the same year had wrapped.