In their own spoof video promoting Vought+, the Boys take aim at Disney+ Day.
Disney+ recently celebrated its second anniversary with Disney+ Day, which serves as one of the main competitors to The Boys‘ own Amazon Prime streaming service. In addition to releasing a slew of new content on its platform, such as Marvel Studios Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings, the streamer has also made fresh announcements and provided exclusive sneak looks at upcoming shows, such as the highly awaited Obi-Wan Kenobi series. The company also offered a limited deal that allowed new users to sign up for their first month at a discounted fee in order to attract new members.
None of this appears to have passed The Boys’ creative team, who responded with their own Vought+ Day video on their Vought International Twitter account, urging viewers to “sign up now before the subscription increase next week.” Homelander, A-Train, Black Noir, Starlight, and Queen Maeve, the show’s primary superheroes, appear in the video, which promotes Vought’s own fictitious streaming service, which allows audiences “the power to control the greatest content in the world.” Take a look at the video below:
Happy Vought+ Day! Here's a look at what's coming up from America's favorite streaming platform. Sign up now before the subscription increase next week. pic.twitter.com/7kyTF9YuMF
— Vought International (@VoughtIntl) November 12, 2021
While the release date for The Boys season 3 is unknown, the show’s continued advertising efforts have given fans much to laugh about in the meanwhile. Of course, with fans eager for any sign as to when the show’s third season will debut and what it might contain, this fresh trailer is likely to pique interest. With The Boys’ publicity staff doing such an excellent job of publicising the show’s signature satire, fans will be hopeful that one of these videos will indicate a release date soon. Meanwhile, fans of The Boys can surely expect a lot more from the show’s social media networks.
Source: Vought International