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 + ROBOTS VOLUME 3 | Official Trailer | Netflix

LOVE DEATH + ROBOTS VOLUME 3 | Official Trailer | Netflix

What Is It?

The YouTube video LOVE DEATH + ROBOTS VOLUME 3 | Official Trailer | Netflix by the YouTube channel Netflix.

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Extreming May 20. Only on Netflix.

Emmy-winning animated anthology Love, Death + Robots returns with a third volume executive produced by Tim Miller (Deadpool, Terminator: Dark Fate) and David Fincher (MINDHUNTER, Mank). Terror, imagination and beauty combine in nine new episodes which stretch from uncovering an ancient evil to a comedic apocalypse, telling startling short stories of fantasy, horror and science-fiction with trademark wit and visual invention.


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LOVE DEATH + ROBOTS VOLUME 3 | Official Trailer | Netflix

Uncanny worlds, strange creatures and twisted tales await in the third volume of the Emmy-winning animated anthology from Tim Miller and David Fincher.


Love Death & Robots (Season 2)

What is it?

The 2021 Netflix American adult animated anthology steaming TV show Love Death & Robots (Season 2).

Love, Death & Robots (2021) | OFFICIAL TRAILER

Here is how Fandom describes this animated TV show:

Season 2 also known as Volume 2, of Netflix’s American adult animated anthology streaming television series of Love, Death & Robots (stylized as LOVE DEATH + ROBOTS, and represented in emoji form as ❤️☠️🤖). It was released on May 14, 2021.[1]


Love Death And Robots (Season 1)

What Is It?

The 2019 American adult animated anthology television series Love Death And Robots (LOVE DEATH + ROBOTS).

LOVE DEATH + ROBOTS | Official Trailer | Netflix
LOVE DEATH + ROBOTS | ❤️Trailer [HD] | Netflix
LOVE DEATH + ROBOTS | 💀Trailer [HD] | Netflix
LOVE DEATH + ROBOTS | 🤖Trailer [HD] | Netflix

Here is how Wikipedia describes this animated anthology TV show:

Love, Death & Robots (stylized as LOVE DEATH + R⬤BOTS, and represented in emoji form as ❤️❌🤖) is an adult-animated anthology streaming television series created by Tim Miller and streaming on Netflix.[1] Produced by Blur Studio, it consists of stand-alone episodes that contain different narrative and animation and are produced by different animation studios from a range of countries,[2] exploring diverse genres particularly comedyhorrorscience fiction, and fantasy. Each episode is connected to the themes of the titular subject matter. However, not every episode includes all three topics. Miller serves as the showrunner and producer alongside Joshua DonenDavid Fincher, and Jennifer Miller.[3]

The series is a re-imagining of Fincher and Miller’s long in-development reboot of the 1981 animated science fiction film Heavy Metal, which was originally planned to follow the feature length format of the original film but one that could be better adapted for the new generation.[4] The project however was in development hell for eleven years, until Netflix agreed to be the distributor of the project but instead of a film it would be released as a television series.[5] The series premiered on March 15, 2019, with 18 episodes under 20 minutes long.[6]

This is how Netflix describes this adult animated anthology series:

“Terrifying creatures, wicked surprises and dark comedy converge in this NSFW anthology of animated stories presented by Tim Miller and David Fincher.”.

“Militarized werewolves, interstellar aliens, demons from hell and more are unleashed in 18 NSFW animated stories.”.