Hughie is interrogated over the hero witch hunt

New edition of The Boys’ Vought International’s “Seven on 7” shows host Cameron Coleman beating down Hughie Campbell & FBSA for their hero-witch hunt.

A new Vought News Network video shows host Cameron Coleman grilling The boys’ Hughie Campbell about a superhero witch hunt. Amazon Prime’s successful superhero series, based on the graphic novel of the same name by Garth Ennis, follows a vigilant group of powerless people who try to strike down Vought International, a corrupt media conglomerate promoting “Seven”, a team of immoral superheroes. Season 2 of the show garnered critical acclaim for its shocking moments and undermining of typical genre tropes and drew numerous award nominations, including Best Outstanding Drama at Primetime Emmy’s.


The last audience saw Hughie (Jack Quaid), Billy Butcher (Karl Urban) and the rest of the Boys Hughie had left the group to join Senator Victoria Neuman’s ranks, played by Claudia Doumit. After the group manages to expose Stormfront (Aya Cash) as a Nazi and save Butcher’s family from the sinister Homelander (Antony Starr), Hughie decides he will continue to fight Vought. “the right way“Unfortunately, Neuman’s suspicious conduct outside the home of Church of the Collective leader Alaistar Adana (Goran Visnjic), whose head explodes, means that Hughie and Butcher could get back together faster than any of them expect.

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Vought International‘s latest edition of the fake “Seven on 7” program gives fans a look at Hughie in the role of senior analyst for the Federal Bureau of Superhuman Affairs (FBSA), Senator Neuman’s newly created task force. Coleman leads the way by exclaiming “fair and balanced“reporting before trying to trap Hughie with a series of dishonest questions about why the FBSA”hate superheroes“and leads a witch hunt against them. Coleman also brings up the subject of Ezekiel, a Christian superhero who has been shown to have sexual relations with other men earlier in the show and who is accused by the FBSA of abuse and misconduct. Check it out below :

Hughie, wearing an atypical suit and tie, tries to dismiss the urgent “Seven on 7” host, citing analytical data and testimony. The interview is abbreviated by Coleman as the former boy once again declares the Bureau’s mission to hold superheroes accountable for their actions. The program is notorious for diligently defending Seven and Vought International, even the evil Stormfront, which planned to create a kingdom of superpowered individuals.

As Hughie settles into his role on the side of the mysterious Victoria Neuman, more “supes” will surely be revealed by the FBSA, which could create some interesting plot threads in season 3. Neuman himself could also be the hitman who blows people’s heads in the air , although her motives are still unclear. With the extra hassle of several new supes are ready to join The boys when season 3 premieres on June 3, 2022, Hughie and the FBSA could find themselves in even hotter water.

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Source: Vought International

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