Love, Death + Robots will be heading back onto our screens very soon, as Netflix has confirmed that the third season of the animated anthology series will be here next month.
The news was confirmed in a typically cheeky fashion as the Netflix Geeked Twitter account shared a trailer for the new season, adding the caption: “We interrupt this feed to bring you a very special message… LOVE, DEATH & ROBOTS: VOLUME 3 … May 20.”
The trailer begins with clips from fellow Netflix series The Crown and The Queen’s Gambit as text on-screen declares: “From the streamer that brought you The Crown [and] The Queen’s Gambit comes the return [of] 11-time Emmy Award-winning problem child.”
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The video then cuts to a clip of some argumentative robots, before playing a series of highlights from upcoming episodes of the show and revealing that the new batch of episodes will be “extreming soon”.
Unfortunately, the trailer doesn’t give much away about the type of content that we can expect from volume three, as no new episode or casting details have been revealed.
It looks like we’ll have to exercise a little bit more patience when it comes to finding out exactly what sort of love, death and robotic adventures to expect in the new season.
The series first launched in 2019 with 18 episodes, before a shortened second season of eight episodes was released in 2021.
The anthology series, which counts Fight Club and Gone Girl‘s David Fincher among its producers, consists of different animated stories which focus on either love, death or robots – or sometimes a combination of the topics.
Previous episodes have featured stars including Birds of Prey actor Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Orange is the New Black‘s Samira Wiley, The Simpsons’ Kevin Michael Richardson and Daredevil‘s Élodie Yung.
Love, Death + Robots seasons 1 and 2 are available to stream on Netflix. Season 3 will be released on May 20, 2022.
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