LOVE, DEATH & ROBOTS is unlike any other Netflix original series. It’s put itself in a league of its own, creating artistically varied animated short films mostly inspired by short stories, thanks to Tim Miller (Deadpool) and David Fincher (Mindhunter).
Fans are yearning for more now that Season 2 is ready for streaming, but with fewer segments than Season 1. From when Love Death & Robots Season 3 might air to what episodes to expect, here’s everything you need to know.
Love, Death & Robots Season 3 Release Date: When Will It Air on Netflix?
According to a sly tease in the season two trailer, the anthology series will return for a third season in 2022 on the streaming platform.
Netflix has yet to reveal a more precise release date, but given that the first two seasons were both released in late spring, it’s entirely plausible that season three will follow suit.
The first season premiered in March 2019 and the second season premiered in May 2021, a 26-month gap between the two.
So, while season two will be significantly shorter, we can at least relax knowing that new episodes will be available soon.
Love, Death, and Robots Season 3 Cast:
- Future Nazi Scott Whyte
- Detective Briggs is played by Nolan North.
- Railman is played by Steven Pacey.
- Eve is played by Emily O’Brien.
- Creature is played by Fred Tatasciore.
- Adult Liang is played by Matthew Yang King.
- Commander Michelle C. Bonilla
- Bob is played by Chris Cox.
Love, Death & Robots Season 3 Plot:
Because Love, Death & Robots is an anthology series, there’s no way to tell what the upcoming episodes will be about just yet. Once a trailer is released, most likely a few months before the season premieres, we’ll have a better idea.
It’s safe to anticipate that the series will continue to be inspired by a variety of short stories, many of which deal with adult topics like heavy violence, sexuality, and deadly vacuum machines. To be honest, the series’ name is a bit of a spoiler.
With many of the episode scripts written by Philip Gelatt, we may expect the new shorts to have the same feel as the previous ones.
Love, Death & Robots Age Rating
Love, Death & Robots is classified as TV-MA, indicating that it is intended for adults and may be inappropriate for children under the age of 17. One or more of the following may be included in this program: graphic violence, crude obscene language, or explicit sexual activity
Love, Death & Robots Season 3 Trailer
The 9 new stories that the animated anthology series Love, Death & Robots will tackle are revealed in a trailer for Netflix’s Love, Death & Robots season 3. Love, Death & Robots features self-contained episodes from independent animation studios in the sci-fi, horror, and fantasy genres.
Seasons 1 and 2 received critical praise and were nominated for 12 Emmy awards, winning 11 of them. With the return of “Three Robots,” a post-apocalyptic comedy including robot commentary on what life was like for humans, Love, Death & Robots season 3 will have the first sequel to a tale from season 1. It will also include episodes from past series creators such as Alberto Mielgo, David Fincher, and Tim Miller (who also created the show).
Netflix has released a trailer for Season 3 of Love, Death, and Robots, which contains quick teases from each of the nine new storylines. No two stories are alike, which makes for an intriguing and enticing preview. This trailer arrives just over a week before Love, Death, and Robots season 3 premieres. The following is the full trailer: