Invincible Season 2 release schedule: Dates & episodes

Cameron Frew
Omni-Man in Invincible Season 2 Episode 4Prime Video

Invincible Season 2 Episode 5 just got a release date – so, here’s what we know about the Prime Video superhero series’ release schedule for Part 2, with dates, episodes, and more.

Invincible follows Mark Grayson (Steven Yeun), a high-schooler who just happens to be the son of the most powerful superhero on the planet, Omni-Man (J.K. Simmons). However, soon after developing his own powers and taking on his own mantle as Invincible, there’s a spate of bizarre, brutal incidents, including the mass murder of the Guardians of the Globe.

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By the end of the first season, the truth had been revealed: Omni-Man was never meant to be Earth’s savior, but its conqueror from an infamous race of faraway barbarians who pillage, murder, and stomp their way across the universe – and Mark refused to allow it.

It’s been a long wait for Season 2, but now Episodes 1-4 have dropped, and you can read our review of Part 1 here.

How many episodes are there in Invincible Season 2?

Invincible Season 2 will have a total of eight episodes – and we have some good news.

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While only the first four episodes were released in 2023, the second half of Season 2 is set to kick off in March this year.

Invincible Season 2 release schedule

You can find the full release schedule for Invincible Season 2 below:

  • Episode 1: November 3 (2023)
  • Episode 2: November 10 (2023)
  • Episode 3: November 17 (2023)
  • Episode 4: November 25 (2023)
  • Episode 5: March 14
  • Episode 6: March 21
  • Episode 7: March 28
  • Episode 8: April 4

In terms of what time new episodes drop on Prime Video, you can find those details below:

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  • 8pm PDT
  • 5pm EDT
  • 9pm Brazil
  • 1am UK (the day after)
  • 2am Central European Summer Time (the day after)
  • 5:30am India Standard Time (the day after)
  • 10am Australia (the day after)
  • 12pm New Zealand (the day after)

Fans will inevitably have a headache at the thought of having to wait for the other episodes. In an earlier interview with Collider, creator Robert Kirkman explained that several factors went into the decision to split the season.

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“It’s a little bit of the production process just because ramping things up has taken a lot longer than we thought,” he said.

“But also this is something that we’ve done with every season of The Walking Dead, and I think narratively, it’s kind of cool to have that pause to digest what you’ve just experienced. And when you see Episode 4 of Season 2, you may need a break. It’s a big episode. It’s definitely a mid-season finale kind of episode.

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“And with everything going on in that time of year with, you know, Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Year’s, and a lot of family time, I think a lot of shows get lost in the shuffle there. So I think it’s good to take a pause and narratively, it’s gonna make things hit a little bit harder. People will know what I’m talking about when the season launches.”

As of now January 20, 2024, the officials release date for Season 2 Part 2 is set to be released in the next week.

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Invincible Season 2 Episodes 1-4 are available to stream on Prime Video now, which you can sign up for here. Check out our other coverage below:

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Cameron is Deputy TV and Movies Editor at Dexerto. He's an action movie aficionado, '80s obsessive, Oscars enthusiast, and a staunch Scot. He earned a First-Class Honours Degree in Multimedia Journalism from Glasgow Caledonian University, accredited by the NCTJ and BJTC. He began his career at UNILAD, starting as a Junior Journalist and becoming Entertainment Editor prior to joining Dexerto. You can contact him at