'Invincible' season 2 release date and time — how to watch online right now

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"Invincible" season 2 has wrapped up its first batch of episodes. Episode 4 serves as the midseason finale and has long since dropped on Prime Video, so now is the perfect time to binge a few episodes while we all wait for more.

'Invincible' season 2 start time, channel

"Invincible" season 2 episodes 1-4 are currently available to stream on Prime Video.
"Invincible" season 2 episode 5 will be released on March 14, 2024.

The good news is we no longer are waiting to find out when the second batch of episodes are coming. The show announced on its Twitter (X) account that episode 5 will hit Amazon's streaming service on March 14, 2024.

That's not the only tease Amazon has given us for the Prime Video original. A trailer for the second half of season 2 dropped on February 14 and it gives us a shocking look at what to expect in the next four episodes.

And when I say shocking, I mean it. It looks like we have a lot to look forward to, from supervillains uniting the heroes of Earth, alien parasites, Mark Grayson (aka Invincible) going back into space and even a brutal interrogation of Omni-Man by the Viltrumite Empire.

But the real shock? Well ... based on this trailer, it seems one of our heroes is going to die. It makes it seem like it will even be Invincible himself, though I have my doubts about that. Still, you cannot assume anything when it comes to this violent superhero show.

While "Invincible" had been around as a comic book, created by Robert Kirkman of "The Walking Dead" fame (fun fact: Invincible came out first), for many of us with superhero fatigue it was a breath of fresh air. "Invincible" may seem like your traditional superhero animated adventure at first glance — we promise it's not.

Don't worry, while Amazon Prime Video also has some other unorthodox comic book adaptions in "The Boys" and "Gen V," "Invincible" is not a satirical take on superheroes in the same way as those series are, though admittedly it may be just as violent. So don't feel like you've seen this story before if you watched Amazon's other super stories. Trust me, this one is definitely worth watching.

So here's everything to know about how to watch "Invincible" season 2 online. Scroll down for the release date, trailer and cast list.

How to watch 'Invincible' season 2 anywhere online

While Amazon Prime Video is available in many countries around the world, it's not everywhere. If you are in a region without access to Prime Video, you don't have to miss "Invincible" season 2. Watching along with the rest of the internet can be pretty easy. With the right VPN (virtual private network), you can stream the show from wherever you go. We've evaluated many options, and the best VPN is ExpressVPN

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How to watch 'Invincible' season 2 in the US, UK, Canada, Australia and elsewhere

In the U.S., you can watch "Invincible" season 2 episodes 1-4 on Amazon Prime Video right now. 

Season 2 will drop in two parts. The first part is four episodes and all four episodes are currently available to watch. Part two will also consist of four episodes, the first of which (episode 5) will be released on March 14, 2024.

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'Invincible' season 2 first trailer

Spoiler warning: spoilers for Invincible seasons 1 and 2 follow

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Season 2 looks set to pick up not too long after the end of season 1, if the trailer is any indication. Earth is still reeling from Omni-Man's betrayal, as is our half-human/half-Viltrumite hero Mark Grayson — a.k.a. Invincible. And while Mark is trying to get his life back on track after discovering his father is a supervillain rather than a superhero, it doesn't seem like things will be going according to plan.

If season 1's twist was enough to keep you coming back for more, it looks like Invincible season 2 will not disappoint. And while four episodes have already dropped, I'm going to keep this spoiler-free about those episodes in case you haven't caught up yet.

'Invincible' season 2 cast

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"Invincible" season 2 brings back a lot of familiar faces, or rather, a lot of familiar voices. Here's everyone who we expect to return from the season 1 cast:

  • Steven Yeun as Mark Grayson/Invincible
  • J.K. Simmons as Nolan Grayson/Omni-Man
  • Sandra Oh as Debbie Grayson
  • Zazie Beetz as Amber Bennett
  • Gillian Jacobs as Eve Wilkins/Atom Eve
  • Grey Griffin as Monster Girl and Shrinking Rae
  • Kevin Michael Richardson as the Mauler Twins
  • Zachary Quinto as Robot
  • Walton Goggins as Cecil Stedman
  • Jason Mantzoukas as Rex Sloan/Rex Splode
  • Seth Rogen as Allen the Alien

We also get some new characters in season 2, and with them, some new voice actors. Here's the new cast we know of so far:

  • Sterling K. Brown as Angstrom Levy
  • Tatiana Maslany as  General Telia and Queen Aquaria
  • Ben Schwartz as the Shapesmith
  • Jeffrey Dean Morgan
  • Daveed Diggs
  • Peter Cullen
  • Cliff Curtis
  • Calista Flockhart
  • Scoot McNairy
  • Lea Thompson
  • Josh Keaton

Season 2 is set to have a pretty large voice cast, so don't be surprised if these lists aren't comprehensive. Still, they should give you a good idea of who to expect over the next eight episodes.

Malcolm McMillan
Senior Streaming Writer

Malcolm McMillan is a senior writer for Tom's Guide, covering all the latest in streaming TV shows and movies. That means news, analysis, recommendations, reviews and more for just about anything you can watch, including sports! If it can be seen on a screen, he can write about it. Previously, Malcolm had been a staff writer for Tom's Guide for over a year, with a focus on artificial intelligence (AI), A/V tech and VR headsets.

Before writing for Tom's Guide, Malcolm worked as a fantasy football analyst writing for several sites and also had a brief stint working for Microsoft selling laptops, Xbox products and even the ill-fated Windows phone. He is passionate about video games and sports, though both cause him to yell at the TV frequently. He proudly sports many tattoos, including an Arsenal tattoo, in honor of the team that causes him to yell at the TV the most.