Invincible Could Run For Seven Seasons Says Creator

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It’s been revealed by Invincible’s creator, Robert Kirkman, that the show could run for seven seasons on Amazon Prime Video.

Robert Kirkman revealed this during a recent interview with Screen Rant.

The first season of Invincible has just come to an end on Prime Video, and the show’s gained a lot of fans.

The show was based on a comic book series by Robert Kirkman.

It was recently revealed that Amazon had green lit seasons 2 and 3 of Invincible.

Kirkman’s now revealed that he thinks the show could get five or even seven seasons.

This would be in line with the comic book series.

There is a lot of story to tell in Invincible, and it sounds like they want to do it all in the animated series.

Invincible could get A LOT of seasons on Amazon Prime Video

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Read more: Invincible Season 1 Spoiler Review

Here’s what Robert Kirkman had to say about the future of Invincible on Prime Video:

We have a rough road map of where different storylines fall and how the different seasons would begin and end, but it varies depending on how much we want to work in and how much we don’t want to work in. I could see this going for somewhere between five to seven seasons, depending. It’s not something that’s set in stone; it could go much longer than that, and it could go much less than that. Who knows? But there’s a potential there for us to do 100 seasons of the show.

What do you make of this news?

Are you looking forward to watching more seasons of Invincible on Prime Video?

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