Bought news anchor ‘caught’ losing on camera with NSFW rant

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Cameron Coleman, the news anchor for The Boys’ universal Vought News Network, throws a curse-laden seizure behind the scenes in a hilarious new clip.

Cameron Coleman, the featured character The young He has a brief behind-the-scenes fuse through a series of canon videos in which he appeared as a news anchor for Vought News Network.

A new clip titled, “As Cameron prepares for his next interview with Homelander…” has been posted to The Boys’ official Twitter. Watermarked ‘PROPERTY OF VOUGHT NEWS NETWORK – DO NOT DUPLICATE – NOT FOR EXTERNAL USE’, the video consists of a montage of Cameron complaining, yelling at his colleagues and enraging over minor inconveniences. His frequent curses in the tirades are replaced with radio editing beepers.

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From last July to January, The young released new content monthly in the form of seven on the 7th Videos parodying biased real-world newscasts with Coleman as Vought International’s mouthpiece. That seven on the 7th Series bridged the long gap between the second and third seasons of the tentpole show, keeping fans updated on important events that transpired in the universe in the meantime, like Homelander apologizing to America for his relationship with Stormfront after she had been outed as a Nazi. Coleman also had a live interview with Hughie and teased some of the characters who debuted in Season 3, such as Starlight’s ex-boyfriend, Supersonic.


Like the superheroes Vought creates and promotes, Coleman tries to present himself as a caring, fair professional when he’s on the air, but the way he behaves away from the public shows a very different character. The Boys recently pulled off a similar ploy on Jensen Ackles’ Soldier Boy, sharing two versions of a public service announcement – one that portrayed him as a role model who warns kids not to do drugs and one that portrayed this soldier’s arrogant, belligerent drunk shows Boy was with no cameras on him.

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The young, based on the comic book series of the same name by Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson, is a satirical look at the superhero genre, set in a world where “supers” have extraordinary powers and enjoy endless fame and fortune, but in their essence apathetic and corrupt are private lives. This is especially true of the highly acclaimed team known as The Seven, funded by the manipulative Vought International and led by the most powerful – and depraved – supe, Homelander.

The first four episodes of The young Season 3 is currently streaming on Prime Video. New episodes will appear on Fridays through July 8th.


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