Could Andrew Lincoln Feature on Amazon Prime’s ‘Invincible’ Season 2?

Could Andrew Lincoln Feature on Amazon Prime's 'Invincible' Season 2?

The Walking Dead star Andrew Lincoln is lined up for a future role in the second season of Amazon Prime’s popular animated superhero series Invincible.

If executive producer Robert Kirkman‘s ideas come to life, Andrew Lincoln from the famous AMC post-apocalyptic series The Walking Dead may be joining season 2 of the hit Amazon Prime animated series Invincible.

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The TV-MA rated superhero show, which is now available on Amazon Prime Video, just got renewed for additional two seasons and already features TWD stars Sonequa Martin-Green (Green Ghost), Lauren Cohan (War Woman), Steven Yeun (Mark Grayson), Ross Marquand (Rudy), and Michael Cudlitz (Red Rush)) and many more.

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Kirkman – who also created, executively produced, and wrote TWD – was asked about adding more zombie outbreak refugees to his superheroes universe in an interview with Comic Book.

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Kirkman revealed,

I hesitate to name names, just because I would eventually like to bring everyone. I can’t think of an actor on The Walking Dead I wouldn’t want to work with again.

He added,

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It’s an amazing group of actors; Andrew Lincoln, Danai Gurira, Norman Reedus, Melissa McBride, Jeffrey Dean Morgan… there’s not really anyone I wouldn’t want to bring in.

The debut season of Invincible wasn’t merely The Walking Dead reunion; it also included JK Simmons (Nolan Grayson/Omni-Man), Jon Hamm (Steve), Clancy Brown (Damien Darkblood), Seth Rogen (Allen the Alien), Mahershala Ali (Titan), and Sandra Oh (Debbie Grayson), among others.

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Invincible season 1 is streaming on Amazon Prime.

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