Before season one had even concluded, Invincible supporters started a hashtag campaign to promote season two on social media. All of that hard work looks to have paid off, as the show was renewed for a second and third season by Amazon in April 2021.
Robert Kirkman, the show’s creator, had hinted that further episodes were imminent even before the shocking announcement. This is a Twitter-based piece of content. On their website, you might be able to uncover the same stuff in a different format or extra information.
The production schedule is quite demanding,” the Walking Dead writer recently explained to Collider. I suppose that this season took several years to build and perfect. Things will presumably tighten up as we continue into Season 2 and beyond.
“To enter our second season, there is a lot less designing and a lot more things that must occur.” And there’s a strong possibility that work on the second season has already begun. As a result, if this concert is a success, I feel we will be in a strong position to continue forward.”
So, what can we expect from the second season of Invincible? Join us here at Digital Spy as we fly high above all of season two’s main events.
Twitter: Announce Season 2, you cowards
InvincibleHQ: How about Seasons 2 AND 3?!?!?!? pic.twitter.com/lWCSGbNTka
— INVINCIBLE (@InvincibleHQ) April 29, 2021
Release Date of Invincible Season 2
While “Invincible” has been renewed for two additional seasons, there is still no news on when we could see some of those new episodes. Given that most series take around a year to produce, we’d anticipate the second season to premiere in April or May of 2022. However, as fans of “Rick and Morty” know all too well, animation can sometimes go beyond that. Nonetheless, a release date of 2022 is most feasible.
With the dual-season order, individuals working behind the scenes can also get a head start on Season 3. Co-creator Robert Kirkman announced on Twitter during the Season 2 announcement video that he wants to do 100 more seasons if Amazon allows it. As long as the quality is maintained at the same level as it was the first time, we believe that is a very attainable aim.
What’s the Plot for Invincible Season 2?
There are numerous narrative strands established in Season 1 that future episodes would certainly follow, the most significant of which is Omni-abandonment Man’s of his station on Earth, leaving Mark as the sole Viltrumite on the planet. Omni-Man is unlikely to remain out for long, and when he returns, there is a considerable probability he will be accompanied by a swarm of other hyper-violent Viltrumites. Mark didn’t stand a chance against even one of them, so it’ll be interesting to watch what happens when he confronts the complete strength of his ancestors.
However, while Mark sits on the moon with Allen the Alien (Rogen), we are treated to a flashback of all that has occurred on Earth that he will have to confront in the future. This series of events shows the Flaxans from Episode 2 organizing another invasion, while Doc Seismic (Diamantopoulos) from Episode 3 has gathered a tiny army of lava-based creatures and is presumably seeking revenge on Mark and Atom Eve.
Most intriguing is the brief sequence in which D.A. Sinclair creates an army of his cyborgs under Cecil’s watchful eye. Cecil initially appeared to despise the idea that he was forced to employ the cyborgs against Omni-Man, but in this image, we see him laughing. The GDA director undoubtedly has a few skeletons in his closet, and it’s unclear whether he’ll take on a more adversarial role in the second season.
Who’s in the Cast for Invincible Season 2?
“Invincible” boasts an impressive voice cast, and while several characters perish during the first season, it’s probably safe to assume the majority of performers will return to reprise their roles. This includes Yeun in the lead role of Mark Grayson, Sandra Oh in the lead role of Debbie Grayson, Gillian Jacobs in the lead role of Atom Eve, Jason Mantzoukas in the lead role of Rex Splode, Walton Goggins in the lead role of Cecil Stedman, and Zach Quinto in the lead role of Robot. While Omni-Man, as portrayed by J.K. Simmons, may have flown far away from Earth in the Season 1 finale, certainly, this is not the final time we see him, therefore Simmons should return as well.
That list is far from complete since the first season also featured Seth Rogen, Mahershala Ali, Andrew Rannells, Zazie Beetz, Mark Hamill, Ezra Miller, Michael Dorn, and Chris Diamantopoulos. There are certain to be some new faces (and accompanying voices) in Season 2, but we’ll have to wait for additional casting announcements to see who else may join the party.
• Steven Yeun as Mark Grayson
• Sandra Oh as Debbie Grayson
• JK Simmons as Nolan Grayson
• Zachary Quinto as Robot
• Ross Marquand as Rudy Connors, Robot’s new real body
• Gillian Jacobs as Samantha Eve Wilkins
• Jason Mantzoukas as Rex Sloan
• Grey Griffin as Shrinking Rae
• Khary Payton as Black Samson
• Walton Goggins as Cecil Stedman
• Seth Rogen as Allen the Alien
• Mahershala Ali as
Invincible Season 2 Trailer
Regrettably, the trailer for Invincible season 2 is not currently available; however, you can view the season 1 trailer;
How Many Seasons Will Invincible Get?
There are 144 Invincible comics in total, spanning Kirkman and Walker’s respective careers by 15 years. The television adaptation’s first season altered several plot events, although the first eight episodes covered only the first 23 issues. If the show continues on this path in future seasons, Invincible may be canceled around the seventh or eighth season.
On the other hand, Kirkman feels that there could be more or less. As he previously mentioned to ScreenRant, the film contains a “rough roadmap for where elements from the comics will land.” Additionally, Kirkman told Inverse that he “could see it lasting five… seven… even ten years.” “Perhaps we run out of comic books and… we reach the end of a hundred seasons.”
Of course, the final number reflects Kirkman’s excitement for his work, but we could easily see Invincible lasting for another five seasons, if not more. If the audience desires more, Amazon’s decision to discontinue the show after three seasons would be a mistake. Much of this, though, will depend on how well Invincible succeeds in its second and third seasons, which will air in 2019.
Amazon’s live-action adaptation of another R-rated comic book, Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson’s The Boys, was a great success, and there’s no reason why Invincible season 2 couldn’t build on that success and continue to be successful for many more years.
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