All eyes are on when Invincible Season 2 will come to Prime Video. It wasn’t on the list of fall shows to look out for. Has it been delayed again?
Invincible Season 2 was initially delayed due to schedule conflicts, but we learned that we were going to get it sometime later this year. Then Amazon released some of the shows that will arrive later this year, and this animated series was missing off the list.
The release of the fall shows came just around the actors strike started. Does that mean that Invincible is going to be delayed due to that? Or was enough post-production work done to get the series to us this year?
Invincible Season 2 is still going to SDCC 2023
Despite the actors strike, Invincible is still heading to SDCC 2023. It will only be creator Robert Kirkman on the panel as all the actors involved are not allowed to attend conventions to promote their shows. Only those who are members of SAG-AFTRA are bound by the strike rules, which is probably how Kirkman is still able to attend.
It’s worth noting that Amazon has canceled The Wheel of Time panel due to the strike. This show is still set to premiere in September.
With the Invincible panel, it does suggest that the post-production work has been completed; at least, enough for the strike not to affect some of the elements to it. This would suggest that we can still get the episodes later this year without too much of an issue. We may learn the premiere date during the SDCC panel.
One thing that will be affected is Invincible Season 3. I know there was hope that production for the third season could start right away to avoid another long wait, but the world has other ideas.
Invincible is available to stream on Prime Video.