Invincible Season 2: Is It Returning? Renewed or Cancelled!

Season 2 of Invincible appears to be a long time away. Following its release on Prime Video in 2021, Amazon Studios’ R-rated animated adaptation of Robert Kirkman and Cory Walker’s comic series was a smash hit for the streaming service. However, while Amazon and co-developer Skybound will want to capitalize on the success of the series, the development of the series is expected to be slow in the beginning.

And, to be completely honest, we’re content to wait. If the second (and third) seasons of Invincible are produced with the same amount of love, care, and attention to detail as the first – which, by the way, we thoroughly enjoyed – we can be assured that we will be treated to two more excellent installments of the television series.

Invincible Season 2

It appears that Amazon and Skybound are putting forth their best efforts to make seasons 2 and 3 as good as they possibly can be as well. Skybound recently hired a new Head of Animation, and based on her extensive portfolio of successful projects, it appears that the show will be a huge success on Amazon Prime Video. You can find out more about this in the section below.

That’s not the only thing you’ll learn, either. Everything we can find out about Invincible season 2, including its returning cast members, potential plot points, when it might return to Amazon Prime Video, and more, has been compiled here. And once you’ve finished catching up on everything, take a look at our thoughts on how Invincible season 2 can improve on its predecessor.

There will be major spoilers for Invincible’s first season as well as the graphic novels that follow from this point on.

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Invincible season 2 release date

The release date for Invincible season 2 has not been announced by Amazon Studios.

Because the second season of Invincible was announced on April 29, 2021, along with the third season, it is likely that production is already underway. At the very least, Kirkman and the series’ executive team are likely to have had discussions about what plot points to use in the upcoming season (more on this later).

Invincible Season 2

Although Steven Yeun (who portrays the series’ protagonist Mark Grayson) recently stated in an interview with Collider that he had not yet begun recording lines for the show’s second season, this is not the case. Because of this, and the fact that he uses the word “we” it appears that much of season 2’s production has yet to get underway.

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Invincible season 2 cast

Invincible Season 2

Except for Yeun’s return, nothing has been confirmed as of yet, but we expect the actors listed below to reprise their roles from season 1:

  • Steven Yeun as Mark Grayson/Invincible
  • J.K. Simmons as Nolan Grayson/Omni-Man
  • Sandra Oh as Debbie Grayson
  • Zazie Beetz as Amber Bennett
  • Gillian Jacobs as Samantha Eve Wilkins/Atom Eve
  • Andrew Rannells as William Clockwell
  • Walton Goggins as Cecil Stedman
  • Jason Mantzoukas as Rex Sloan/Rex Splode
  • Ross Marquand as Rudy Conners, Kursk and Bi-Plane
  • Mark Hamill as Art Rosenbaum
  • Khary Payton as Markus Grimshaw/Black Samson
  • Malese Jow as Kate Cha/Dupli-Kate
  • Grey Griffin as Shrinking Rae and Amanda (Monster Girl’s human form)
  • Kevin Michael Richardson as Monster Girl/the Mauler Twins
  • Seth Rogen as Allen the Alien
  • Mahershala Ali as Titan

It’s possible that we may see other actors return, too.

How many seasons will Invincible get?

There are a total of 144 Invincible comics, which span 15 years of Kirkman and Walker’s respective careers. Season 1 of the television adaptation had certain plot points rearranged, but the first eight episodes only covered the first 23 issues. If the show maintains a similar trajectory in future seasons, it is possible that Invincible will be canceled around the seventh or eighth season.

Invincible Season 2

Kirkman, on the other hand, believes that there could be more or less than that. As previously stated by him to ScreenRant, there is a “rough roadmap for where things from the comics will fall” in the film. As an added bonus, Kirkman told Inverse that he “could see it continuing for five… seven… even ten years.” “Perhaps we run out of comic books and… we finish 100 seasons.”

Of course, that last number represents Kirkman’s enthusiasm for his own property, but we could easily see Invincible continuing for at least another five seasons if not more. If the audience wants more, it would be a mistake for Amazon to end the show after three seasons. However, much of this will be determined by how well Invincible performs in its second and third seasons, which will be broadcast in 2019.

Amazon’s live-action series based on another R-rated comic book, Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson’s The Boys, has been a huge success, and there’s no reason why Invincible season 2 can’t build on the success of its predecessor and continue to be successful for many more years to come.

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