Invincible Season 2 News Teased for Comic Book's 20th Anniversary – MovieWeb

Season 2 news for Invincible on Prime Video appears to be imminent.
We might have a date for when that big reveal is coming for the second season of Prime Video's animated series Invincible. It was recently teased that there'd be big news coming for season 2 sometime this month, with a guarantee that the update would come in by Jan. 31. It still remains to be seen when that information will drop, but a new post on Twitter from the show's official account is teasing that an update is coming on Jan. 22. That would be the 20th anniversary of the original comic book's debut, and it's noted that the season 2 news "may or may not be connected to this."
The wait has been painful for fans, as there haven't been many fruitful updates since season 1 first arrived. The series premiered on Prime Video in March 2021, and it was an instant hit with viewers. Before the season concluded, it was renewed for another two seasons. It's been the waiting game ever since, now almost two full years later.
One major reason why the wait is taking so long is that animated shows take longer to develop, and when we factor in the 40-minute runtime for these episodes, it takes the animators a fairly long time to get them finished. It will be a bit different for season 3, which has already been ordered, meaning production can move ahead to the next season without waiting for an official renewal. In fact, the voice actors have already been doing their work for season 3.
"We finished season 2. We're on to season 3," voice actor Khary Payton said back in September. "I am so glad they greenlit 2 and 3 at the same time, because that means when 3 comes out, it will feel like just next season, and not like, a lifetime. But, yeah, it's gonna take a while, I wish I could say otherwise."
Related: Invincible Voice Actor Khary Payton Provides Update on Seasons 2 and 3
Invincible is created by Robert Kirkman, based on the comic book series Kirkman created with Cory Walker and Ryan Ottley. The series follows 17-year-old Mark (Steven Yeun) who becomes a superhero under the guidance of his father, Omni-Man (J.K. Simmons). Trouble arises when Mark learns the true nature of his heritage and want his father really wants with humans, as their feelings greatly conflict.
The first season of Invincible is streaming on Prime Video, but we are still waiting for that premiere date for season 2.
Jeremy Dick has been a writer and editor since 2014. He is a self-professed horror expert, pop culture enthusiast, and Bob Saget fanatic.

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