Prepare to dive into the world of super-human students with a dark twist in Prime Video’s latest series, Gen V. Serving as a spinoff to the wildly successful action-comedy, The Boys, this new show promises a blood-soaked journey through the challenges of a superhero-exclusive school. With its official launch on Thursday (Sept. 28) at 8 p.m. ET, viewers can expect the same levels of gore, violence, drama, and mystery that made its predecessor a hit.
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- Special Offers for Students and EBT/Medicaid Recipients:
Where to Watch:
Similar to its predecessor, Gen V is a Prime Original, which means you’ll need a Prime membership or a Prime Video subscription to tune in. Fortunately, Amazon is offering a 30-day free trial for new users, granting access to this gripping series. Click [here](insert link) to start your trial.
Unlike The Boys, Gen V introduces a fresh cast of characters navigating the challenges of Godolkin University, America’s premier supes-only school. Balancing intense training with academic excellence, these students aspire to join the ranks of The Seven alongside iconic heroes like Homelander, A-Train, and The Deep. However, when a group of students uncovers sinister secrets within the institution, they must choose whether to become heroes or villains in their own narrative.
How to Stream ‘Gen V’ for Free:
Prime Video is offering a special treat with a three-episode premiere, available for streaming on Thursday (Sept. 28) at 8 p.m. Existing Prime members can enjoy Gen V at no additional cost by simply logging into their accounts and heading to Prime Video’s new releases section.
For those who aren’t Prime members yet, don’t fret. New users can seize the opportunity with Amazon’s 30-day free trial, which grants access to the first three episodes and more, all at no cost. After the trial period concludes, the standard subscription fee of $14.99 per month (or $139 per year) will apply.
Special Offers for Students and EBT/Medicaid Recipients:
Students have an additional way to access Prime benefits, with a complimentary 6-month Prime membership when they sign up for the student membership (which is also available at half price). Furthermore, EBT/Medicaid recipients can enjoy a 30-day free trial under the qualifying government program membership, also available at a 50% discount.
Get ready for a thrilling ride as Gen V introduces a new generation of superhumans in a school where power and mystery collide. With Prime Video, you have the chance to watch this gripping series for free, and with special offers available, there’s no reason to miss out on this action-packed experience. Tune in on Thursday (Sept. 28) at 8 p.m. ET and embark on this unforgettable journey.