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Critical Role: Liam O'Brien and Aimee Carrero Discuss Exandria Unlimited

Critical Role's newest series serves as an interesting departure from the show's previous full-length campaign. Earlier today, Critical Role announced Exandria Unlimited, a new eight episode series featuring a mix of veteran cast and new players. As its name suggests, Exandria Unlimited is set in Exandria and is considered canon within the Critical Role timeline, but has several key differences from past multi-episode shows. For one, the show features brand new characters played by Matthew Mercer, Liam O'Brien, Ashley Johnson, Aimee Carrero and Robbie Daymond. Additionally, the show features Aabria Iyengar as the Game Master, marking the first time Critical Role has had someone besides Mercer run a "canon" series of games.
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THE BOYS Spinoff Adds Shane Paul McGhie, Aimee Carrero, and Maddie Phillips in Lead Roles

The hit Amazon series The Boys is set to roll out a yet-to-be titled spinoff, and three of the lead roles have been cast. Shane Paul McGhie (Deputy, Greenleaf), Aimee Carrero (Elena of Avalor, Young & Hungry) and Maddie Phillips (Teenage Bounty Hunter) will all play young superheroes on the show, joining previously cast Jaz Sinclair and Lizze Broadway, who play fellow young superheroes.
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‘The Boys’ Spinoff Adds Three to Cast: Shane Paul McGhie, Aimee Carrero and Maddie Phillips

“The Boys” spinoff at Amazon Studios has added three more to the cast: Shane Paul McGhie, Maddie Phillips and Aimee Carrero. The trio will play young superheroes in the untitled project, which is set to take place at the only college for young adult superheroes, one run by Vought International. The series is described as “an irreverent, R-rated series that explores the lives of hormonal, competitive Supes as they put their physical, sexual, and moral boundaries to the test, competing for the best contracts in the best cities. Part college show, part Hunger Games — with all the heart, satire and raunch of The Boys.”
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