Will there be a Season 3 of Invisible City?

April 6, 2023 (Last updated: last month)
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We discuss whether there will be a Season 3 of the Netflix series Invisible City and its renewed or canceled status.

Invisible City is a Brazilian fantasy series currently available to stream on Netflix. The show was created by Carlos Saldanha, who directed the first three installments of the Ice Age franchise and has also helmed the animated movies Robots and Rio since. Yet here, he delves into the realm of live-action TV with this folklore mystery series.

The Netflix original series tells the story of an environmental police officer, Eric (Marco Pigossi), who stumbles upon a magical world inhabited by mythical entities in the Brazilian rainforest. He soon discovers that he is intrinsically linked to this sacred world and vows to protect it.

The second season finds Eric searching for his missing daughter Luna (Manu Dieguez) while he contends with his own developing powers. It was largely overlooked by the critics’ community, with only two reviews submitted to Rotten Tomatoes, but Invisible City has its growing fan base. With that in mind, will Netflix renew the show for a third outing?

Will there be a Season 3 of Invisible City – renewed or canceled status

Netflix is yet to renew Invisible City for a third season, and the renewal status is currently still pending at the streaming giants’ headquarters.

I wouldn’t be surprised if they announce a third season in the coming weeks, though, as Invisible City is one of the most popular shows in its home nation of Brazil. With such high demand, Netflix would be doing themselves a great disservice to the South American country and other Portuguese-speaking nations if they didn’t allow viewers the opportunity to see this show through to the end.

Obviously, the series isn’t as successful in the rest of the world and has barely made an impact in the English-speaking quarters. The second season hasn’t gained much buzz from critics or the media, but it currently holds a rating of 7.2 on IMDB, which is more promising.

The series clearly has its followers, who have continued to watch the show into its second season, which implies that they’d be willing to return for a third batch of episodes as well. Although, it may be a worrying sign that Netflix only commissioned five installments for the second season, possibly cutting back on their budget for the show.

Due to its popularity in Brazil and other Portuguese-speaking nations though, I think this show will be renewed for a third season, although it may also be their last. Fans have praised the show for its stunning visual flair and accurate depiction of Brazilian mythology. Hopefully, they will be treated to another season before Invisible City is eventually canceled.

As always, we will keep you posted on any updates on the pending renewal of Invisible City.

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3 thoughts on “Will there be a Season 3 of Invisible City?

  • April 8, 2023 at 11:04 pm

    I live in southern Ohio, but unlike most Ohioans, have had the opportunity to travel to central and south america. I am fascinated with this show. Its not just my love for history and mythology but the outstanding talent and forethought of the writers and the amazing actors – unknown to Americans. How do I get the word out so more people can be aware of this show and watch it so that Netflix brings it back for more seasons?

  • April 10, 2023 at 8:00 am

    I loooove this show!! I live in North America and found it while traveling in Thailand. What a gem. This is the type of show that completely does it for me. SO glad I found it.
    One episode left to watch, Yes to a 3rd season!

  • May 28, 2023 at 3:46 am

    I live in the US and I am hooked. I hope to see future seasons.

    There were parts I did not fully understand. The parts speaking the native aboriginal language was a bit tough. Even with the subtitles in English. It’s okay tho, it leads to authenticity and I wouldn’t change it!

    I love the message of protecting our resources. The message that there has to be a balance between humans living life and nature is so incredibly true.

    Again, I hope to see many more seasons.

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