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Gen V’s Andre Actor Shares Intriguing Theory on Season 1 Ending-TGN

Summary

  • Gen V‘s Chance Perdomo has a theory on the season 1 cliffhanger, suggesting it could be the same place Queen Maeve was stored away in The Boys.
  • The season 1 finale cliffhanger may not be what it seems, potentially setting up a quick escape for the group in season 2.
  • Gen V season 2 holds intrigue beyond the escape plan, with character dynamics and potential losses at play.


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Gen V‘s Chance Perdomo, who plays Andre Anderson, has a wild theory about that season 1 cliffhanger. After a dangerous encounter with Homelander (Antony Starr) in the finale, the closing moments of the Prime Video show reveal the core group trapped in what appears to be a very isolated medical facility. Marie (Jaz Sinclair), Jordan (Derek Luh, London Thor), Emma (Lizze Broadway), and Andre have no clue where they are, in any case.

But speaking with Variety, Perdomo shares his theory about what that Gen V season 1 finale cliffhanger is. The actor says that it could be the same location where Queen Maeve (Dominique McElligott) was stored away at one point during The Boys season 3. The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina alum goes on to tease a team-up with Karl Urban’s Billy Butcher. Read Perdomo’s quote below:

“I believe it was the last season of ‘The Boys’ where Queen Maeve was trapped somewhere similar and I think it’s an all-white room like that. I think it’s possibly a variation of one of those holding cells somewhere underground, under the tower. That’s what I hope because that’s gonna make for a kick-ass escape scene. We might need to recruit some help getting out from Mr. Billy Butcher. Wouldn’t that be crazy?”


The Gen V Cliffhanger Might Not Be What You Think

Although it’s set up to be a bit of a shock, the season 1 finale cliffhanger could mask the real plans for Gen V season 2. It’s possible, for example, that the group breaks out of their secret facility within an episode or two to reveal the spinoff’s next chapter. It’s hard to imagine that the group will remain isolated throughout season 2, particularly since the university setting of Godolkin drew a lot of praise during the show’s debut episodes.

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For whatever reason, Vought has decided to keep Andre, Jordan, and Emma around in a room. The decision to spare Marie is less surprising, given how Marie’s importance has been hinted at and outright stated throughout season 1. The spinoff’s second outing has plenty of intrigue that goes beyond the immediate question of how the group will manage to break free. Andre is dealing with his father’s declining health, while Marie and Jordan have yet to figure out their feelings for each other.

Furthermore, Cate (Maddie Phillips) and Sam (Asa Germann) have turned villainous. Given their close ties to Andre and Emma, respectively, it’s hard to see the characters staying locked away for too long. As hinted by Perdomo himself, Gen V season 2 could figure out a great escape, and it could happen faster than audiences realize.

Gen V

Release Date
September 29, 2023

Cast
Lizzie Broadway, Jaz Sinclair, Chance Perdomo, Maddie Phillips, London Thor, Derek Luh, Asa Germann, Shelley Conn, Patrick Schwarzenegger

Main Genre
Action

Genres
Action, Comedy, Drama, Superhero

Rating
TV-MA

Seasons
1

Writers
Craig Rosenberg

Streaming Service(s)
Prime Video

Franchise(s)
The Boys

Source: Variety

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    Gen V

    Release Date:
    2023-09-29

    Cast:
    Lizzie Broadway, Jaz Sinclair, Chance Perdomo, Maddie Phillips, London Thor, Derek Luh, Asa Germann, Shelley Conn, Patrick Schwarzenegger

    Main Genre:
    Action

    Genres:
    Action, Comedy, Drama, Superhero

    Rating:
    TV-MA

    Seasons:
    1

    Writers:
    Craig Rosenberg

    Streaming Service:
    Prime Video

    Franchise(s):
    The Boys

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