Aliens have attacked us once more! Invasion, a new sci-fi series on Apple TV+, explores a horrifying alien invasion from many views around the world, including the United States, the United Kingdom, Japan, and Afghanistan. The show investigates the consequences on everyday people as well as humanity as a whole.
When will Invasion Season 2 be released?
According to Deadline, the streaming service renewed “Invasion” for a second season on December 8, 2021, ensuring the story’s continuation. Of course, it’s still unclear when this will happen, but given that Season 1 was announced in January 2019 (via Apple Insider) and launched on October 22, 2021, Season 2 is anticipated to appear in the fall of 2023.
Who is in the Invasion Season 2 cast?
Sam Neill, a prominent Hollywood star from New Zealand, plays Sheriff John Bell Tyson. We expect Sheriff John’s story to portray the American viewpoint on the extraterrestrial invasion.
Stars Shamier Anderson (Wynonna Earp, Bruised, Awake) as soldier Trevante Ward, who is stationed in Afghanistan, and Shioli Kutsuna (Deadpool 2, The Outsider) as Mitsuki, who works at Japan’s space program’s mission control. Firas Nassar (Fauda) and Golshifteh Farahani (Extraction, Paterson, Body of Lies) also star.
What is the plot of Season 2 of Invasion?
Unless the show takes a significant detour following the events of Season 1, it appears as the show will stick to its primary premise of an alien invasion. Simon Kinberg, the show’s writer and executive producer, has previously confirmed this.
When the show was renewed, Kinberg said, “I’m really enthusiastic about what we’re planned for Season 2, expanding our universe in the most intimate and grandiose ways” (per Deadline).
Knowing this, it appears that the creators of “Invasion” are hard at work devising new ways to maintain the show’s unique blend of large-scale chaos and personal tragedy, as well as to improve the formula on both fronts.
As a result, “Invasion” Season 2 could be one of the most visually stunning shows on television when it premieres. And, honestly, would the fan prefer it any other way?