Invincible Season 2 Gets Surprising Update from Steven Yeun

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We already know that Invincible Season 2 is happening after a truly successful premiere season. After all, Amazon had immediately renewed the animated series for a second and third season. But when exactly can we expect to catch up with Mark Grayson? Steven Yeun has shared a surprising update on the show but it's not as hopeful as fans are looking forward to hearing!

Back in April, Invincible was renewed for Season 2 and 3, and that led to speculations that production on the new seasons will be done back to back. So how is production progressing for the adaptation of Robert Kirkman's comic book series? Yeun has just dropped the unexpected news about the second season.

"We haven't started," Yeun told Collider in response to the production question. He quickly added that he is expecting to begin recording for Invincible Season 2.

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"I know we're starting at some point soon. I've talked to Robert, here and there. He's super excited about it."


The former Walking Dead star continued by sharing what Kirkman has to say about the second season.

"He thinks Season 2 is gonna be even better than Season 1, which I have no doubt about. If you go to his source material, Invincible is an incredible comic and just thinking about how much story hasn't been told from that run, it's gonna be bonkers. I'm really excited about it," Yeun concluded.

It's shocking to know that Invincible Season 2 hasn't even started production yet considering that fans are already expecting to see the new episodes this year. On the other hand, there is a possibility that animation is already in the works while the actors have yet to record their lines. Hopefully, we'll be getting better updates on the series in the next few weeks.

Invincible Season 2 has not yet been given an official release date. Stay tuned for more updates on this story.

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