Netflix's NSFW adult animated series is officially returning for season 3 and will bring back some of your favorite droid characters.
'Love, Death & Robots' is coming back for more, and even better is it will be bringing some of our favorite characters back!
The Netflix animated anthology series is a re-imagining of David Fincher and Jennifer Miller's long-in-development reboot of the 1981 animated science fiction film 'Heavy Metal'.
The NSFW series features a range of short stories with themes of heavy violence, sexuality, and murderous robots.
Season 2 has just recently dropped on the platform, but the future is bright for the gritty, cyberpunk show.
Here is all you need to know.
Prepare for another wild ride because the weird-ass anthology series is coming back for season 3! Netflix seems to love its adult animated series so much, it did not hesitate to renew the show for a third outing, even before season 2 hits the platform.
The renewal announcement came through season 2's official trailer. At the end of the trailer, it was announced that season 2 will come out on May 14, 2021. Then there was a glitched and displayed text that read: “VOL. 3 2022.”
The third season of 'Love, Death & Robots' will come out sometime in 2022. The exact release date is yet to be announced. But based on the previous schedules, it will likely arrive during the first or second quarter of the year.
The first season premiered with 18 episodes on March 15, 2019. The second season only had eight episodes, which got released on May 14, 2021.
'Love, Death & Robots' is an anthology series and the plot for each episode is different from the last. However, that might change in season 3.
Recently, supervising director Jennifer Yuh Nelson appeared on a Reddit AMA and revealed that there will be returning characters in 'Love, Death & Robots' Season 3: particularly, the three tourist robots from Season 1 episode “Three Robots.”
“Three Robots” is based on a short story written by John Scalzi, who used to work with Miller on the previous installments of the series.
Tim Miller confirmed the return of the three tourist robots in a separate interview.
“We definitely wanted to make sure that “Three Robots” came back, it was one of our favorites and one of the fan favorites.”
“John Scalzi is my go-to guy. He is a genius and a super nice guy and very into the show. I hang out with him even when we don't have any show business to do,” Miller said.
'Love, Death & Robots' season 2 featured robots gone rogue, an overpopulated dystopian world, out-of-this-planet stories and so much more.
The official trailer for 'Love, Death & Robots' season 3 will likely not be available until next year. Netflix often drops trailers a month before a show releases. We will update this space once the official trailer is available.
Have you seen 'Love, Death & Robots'? If not, you may stream the two seasons on Netflix now!