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Gen V Producers 'Excited To Explore' Jordan & Marie's Love Story

'Gen V' Producers 'Excited To Explore' Jordan & Marie's Love Story

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Fans of Gen V are already in love with Jordan and Marie as a couple.

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The JordanMarie hive is here!

Gen V is the first spinoff in The Boys franchise on Prime Video. Throughout the first five episodes of the series, lead character Marie (played by Jaz Sinclair) goes from actively disliking Jordan (played by London Thor and Derek Luh) to getting in a romance with them. Jordan has the superpowers of gender-shifting, which means that they can present as male or female forms.

“As we were breaking out the entire season, we really liked the idea of Marie and Jordan starting out where they really dislike each other, but they’re also very similar,” Fazekas told Collider. “They both are these hard-charging characters who see the world in black and white and have a bit of a chip on their shoulder. They’re a lot more alike [than different]. And I really liked exploring that with Marie.”

She added, “It is a queer relationship, and it’s something that Marie hadn’t experienced before, so what meaning does she draw from that? It’s a really delicious, rich area that we were excited to explore.”

In the interview, Fazekas also highlighted that she enjoyed seeing Jordan’s vulnerability, despite the fact that he is “very reluctant to show that to anyone.”

Fans watching Gen V have already completely fallen in love with Marie and Jordan’s romance, particularly with Jordan having such a uniquely queer superpower. The acting performances from Sinclair, Thor, and Luh have also been incredibly fun and compelling, and we wouldn’t be surprised if those actors turn into household names in the next few years.

It feels like this is only the beginning for the JordanMarie hive, so we definitely hope to see those characters (and their love story) being even further developed on Gen V. If you’re still not watching this show – you’re definitely missing out!

Gen V is now streaming on Prime Video.

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Bernardo Sim is experiencing the queer pop culture multiverse. Born in Brazil, he currently lives in South Florida.

Bernardo Sim is experiencing the queer pop culture multiverse. Born in Brazil, he currently lives in South Florida.