The first two seasons of 'The Boys' launched on Amazon Prime to huge success. Now they're suiting up for season 3.

Interestingly though, Eric Kripke, who created the series, has expressed feeling nervous about the new episodes.

In an interview with Consequences of Sound, Kripke noted: "It’s become really fun and breezy to write again. That worries me. It’s feeling enjoyable. I should be in intense, deep introspection for this."

He continued: "I know, obviously, that every season of a television show gets a little bit harder because all of your original best instincts to explore have been explored.

"So, you have to start going to some of the areas that it wouldn’t at first have occurred you to go to in those stories, and those are always a little trickier to make feel as big and as fascinating as the stuff you hit early on. So, it’s challenging.

Kripke added: "I like my seasons when they’re over. When I’m making them, I’m like, “Man, how do we make this better?” I was telling someone in my Post department the other day that when I finally approve a cut, like the visual-effects shot, it feels like a defeat to me.

"It feels like a defeat to me because I have to now admit that either because we’re out of time or money, it’s just not going to get better.

"So, nothing makes me happier to say than, “Oh, I’ve got a whole bunch of notes. Go make it better, dude.” I’m not the guy who’s like, “It’s over, and I’m happy.” I’m just like, “Yeah, man. I wish I had another month with everything.”"

As well as seeing familiar faces return, Jensen Ackles has joined the series as superhero Soldier Boy. The all-powerful Cindy from season 2 of 'The Boys' has also been teased to make a comeback.