Alongside a brand new teaser trailer for Invincible Season 2, Amazon announced on Friday that the highly anticipated second season of the animated series would be split into two parts.
The news was announced during a panel for the series, with the first four of eight episodes releasing on November 3, 2023, and the final four releasing sometime in early 2024. Currently, no official release for the final part of Invincible Season 2 has been announced.
Amazon also released a brand new teaser trailer for the upcoming season, previewing the return of its star-studded cast, as well as teasing more than a dozen new voice actors joining the series.
A stand-alone special, titled “Invincible Atom Eve,” was also announced as a surprise release and is available now on Prime Video.
Check out the new Invincible Season 2 teaser trailer below (watch other clips and trailers):
Who will be in Invincible Season 2?
Invincible follows half-human, half-Viltrumite young superhero Mark Grayson, the son of Omni-Man Nolan Grayson (J.K. Simmons) and Debbie (Sandra Oh), as he begins to develop his own superpowers. However, his father turns out to be far from the hero he thought he was, leaving audiences with a thrilling conclusion to the first season. While other details about the second season are still unknown, fans can expect Mark Grayson to fight against the Viltrum Empire — an evil organization led by his father — with the help of his other superhero friends.
Besides Yeun, Oh, and Simmons, the voice cast of Invincible also includes Seth Rogen as Allen the Alien, Gillian Jacobs as Atom Eve, Andrew Rannells as William Clockwell, and Walton Goggins as Cecil Stedman, with Zachary Quinto, Ross Marquand, Jason Mantzoukas, Malese Jow, and Grey Griffin rounding out the voice cast for the new roster of Guardians of the Globe.
New cast members to Season 2 will also include Sterling K. Brown, Rob Delaney, Calista Flockhart, Phil LaMarr, Luke MacFarlane, Tatiana Maslany, Scott McNairy, Jay Pharoah, Ella Purnell, Tim Robinson, Ben Schwartz, Rhea Seehorn, Lea Thompson, Paul F. Tompkins, Shantel VanSanten, and Peter Cullen.