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Where to watch Invader Zim episodes

Invader Zim was first broadcast on March 30, 2001. It was created by Jhonen Vasquez. It was produced by Nickelodeon. The series revolves around an extra-terrestrial named Zim from the planet Irk, and his ongoing mission to conquer Earth. This article will give you the options to watch the Invader Zim episodes online.

YouTube

YouTube has Invader Zim full episodes available to view online. These episodes are largely TV rips, so the quality may not be amazing but they will be watchable. Some of these episodes are divided into sections, so you may find yourself having to look through many threads to get full high-quality episodes. The episodes are usually uploaded by fans of the show, so they not be approved copies. In some cases, the audio may be out of sync or missing completely and as with all copyrighted content uploaded on YouTube, it’s entirely possible that the episodes could be pulled at any time.

Weebly.com

A Google search will reveal many fan sites that have been set up to watch these episodes one of the most complete collections is available on this site. Like YouTube, the episodes are TV rips, but they are quite good quality. They are easy to load and they are complete, so you can watch them in one section without having to log into different clips and interrupting the jokes and humour. The site also features an Invader Zim episode list. The site does have advertising links, but these are not pop-ups, so apart from having to press the play button a couple of times, the episodes are not affected by advertisements like the banners on YouTube, or the pop-ups on other sites.

Megavideo

Megavideo has Invader Zim episode one linked to it from many other sites. These links go directly to the episodes and gives you an option to watch them in their entirety. This site is quite irritating because it does impose a time limit on watching free content as well as having pop-up advertisements when you select an episode before it allows you to play them. There are online services that can get rid of the time limit, but the adverts remain, so if you don’t like pop-ups, you might want to try another site instead.

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