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Invincible Enters The Emmy Race For Best Animated Program

Invincible
Invincible

Best Animated Program is a coveted title for the animation series that outshines the best of the industry’s best. Invincible could be one of the few animated shows to win that title in this year’s Emmy awards. There isn’t much competition insight and not enough to topple the gore and explosive fight scenes projected in the series. Even the voice actors are among the biggest actors of all time, including J.K. Simmons, Mark Hamil, and Steven Yuen, which starred in one of the best dramas of all time.

Why Invincible?

Why not? Invincible could be easily the most popular and the most complex take on superheroes of all time. It has exhilarating action, family feud, high school emotions, which are all the secrets of making a popular television series. Its cliffhanger was equally good, with the father and son bonding and then fighting over humanity. Our hero eventually gets pulverized, but that’s not all that the creators have in mind. Season two is supposedly in the works, and the fight ended inconclusively while the protagonist’s father vanished into space.

Critical acclaim is also a strong point of Invincible. It earned appreciation from Rotten Tomatoes and IMDb with high ratings. Invincible could become one of the few animated shows to win the best-animated program award for the first season itself, a fresh one for the category. The Simpsons, Bojack Horsemen, Family Guy, American Dad, Futurama, etc., have done it in the past. Still, very few of them could win the title for the first season. Archer and South Park haven’t received a pick in the last two years, and if that spree continues, Invincible could enter the line-up.

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