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Netflix Confirms Love Death + Robots Season 3 Comes Out Next Month

Netflix Confirms Love Death + Robots Season 3 Comes Out Next Month

The streaming service has dropped a teaser trailer for the epic instalment and fans are very excited.

Netflix has confirmed Love Death + Robots season three is coming out next month.

The streaming service revealed the 11-time Emmy Award-winning series will be dropping on May 20.

A dazzling trailer accompanied the announcement and it showed snippets of episodes from the first and second seasons.

It's been a long time since drinks for fans of the show.

The second season was uploaded to Netflix in May last year and the first came all the way back in 2019.

The first season of the show was executive produced by David Fincher, Jennifer Miller, Tim Miller, and Josh Donen.

It consisted of 18 episodes that were entirely self-contained short stories, which straddled various genres including horror, fantasy, sci-fi and comedy.

Each episode also featured a different team of writers, animation studios and styles, as well as different directors at the helm.

Jennifer Yuh Nelson, who led a few of the shorts but joined the show this year as a supervising director, told IGN in a recent interview: "The first season of LDR was really groundbreaking for a lot of people.

"And people saw that and thought, 'This is possible'; that level of beauty and quality and just subversive stories was possible. As a fan, that's something I've always wanted to do."

Nelson and creator Tim Miller have also said they don't plan to end the series anytime soon.

Along with the third season coming on May 20, Miller said they have enough stories and ideas to get started on a fourth - if Netflix is game.

"Why would we stop doing this as long as they let us continue to do it?" Miller said.

"I love animation, and I love animators. They're just kind of a unique breed."

Nelson added: "We can get even better stories and give people more of what they want is a huge, run ride."

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Topics: TV and Film, Netflix