Love Death & Robots (Season 3)

What Is It?

The 2022 Netflix adult animated anthology streaming TV show Love, Death & Robots (Season 3) (Volume III).

LOVE DEATH + ROBOTS VOLUME 3 | Official Trailer | Netflix
Love, Death + Robots: Volume 3 | Final Trailer | Netflix

This is how Wikipedia describes this animated anthology TV show:

In April 2020, ahead of the second season premiere, Netflix renewed the series for an eight-episode third season, [7] which was released on May 20, 2022, but with nine episodes instead of eight.[8][9] The show received several awards. Following its release, the show has received critical acclaim from critics, with praise for each episode animation style, creativity, diverse storylines, and themes.[10] As a result, the show has managed to win several accolades from the Primetime Creative Arts Emmy Awards.[11] The continuation of at least two stories from the first season was confirmed, with “Three Robots” getting its sequel in the third season.[12]

The animated series consists of stand-alone episodes, all under 22 minutes long, and produced by different casts and crews, though some episodes may share certain crew members. The series title refers to each episode’s thematic connection to the three aforementioned subjects, though not every episode contains all three elements.[13][14][15]

Love, Death and Robots Volume 3 (2022) Netflix Series Review

My Thoughts

My brother GC and I saw the previous two seasons of this animated anthology TV show.

Season 1 is our favorite season, it showed us that there was hope for American animation, so we watched this season as well.

This season was like season 2, short, and not as good as season 1; but not terrible, and was an easy quick watch.

Jibaro was a standout episode, it was the last episode that we saw, it was beautiful, the backgrounds looked real, and the animations were fluid (I was not a fan of some of the camera movement on the faces though).

Jibaro had interpretive dance-like movements and was definitely symbolic, but my brother GC and I are not sure what all the symbolism meant & what all it was trying to say.

We think that we understood some of the meaning & symbolism, but not all of it.

Jibaro is a must-watch episode, definitely watch this episode.

I am curious what other people think that episode means, and their thoughts about it.

Swarm was probably my second favorite episode or tied for first with Jibaro, then Bad Travelling, and In Vaulted Halls Entombed.

While not as good as season 1, I would still recommend watching this season, and I would rate it a 3.5.

The end,

  • John Jr

4 replies on “Love Death & Robots (Season 3)”

Hello Helene,

Nice, some people did not like it, but I did; it is not for everyone of course.

The first season, which is the best one, in my opinion, is about the length of the second season and third season combined.

So, like my brother GC and I, you can actually watch season 2 or season 3 in one sitting.

I am curious what your top episodes of each season will be.

Thank you for commenting,
– John Jr

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Hello Helene,

Nice, I am glad that you liked it, thank you for sharing that. 🙂

Thank you for sharing that, some favorite episodes from Season 1 for my brother GC & I were: Beyond the Aquila Rift (which was possibly my favorite episode), Zima Blue, Shape-Shifters, Lucky 13, and Secret War.

Thank you for commenting, and have a nice day.

– John Jr

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