Netflix Drops Official Trailer For Season 3 Of Love Death + Robots
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Netflix has dropped the trailer for the third season of Love Death + Robots and it looks absolutely wild.
We'll be getting nine new episodes in the latest instalment of the the 11-time Emmy Award winning show.
There will be a story about a rat uprising on a farm, one about an astronaut trekking through a trippy version of a planet, and an Alien-esque tale of soldiers getting attacked by an extraterrestrial species.
The trailer shows that the third season will bring the same variety of animation and storytelling techniques that audiences have come to expect with Love Death + Robots.
The newest instalment of episodes will drop on May 20 and people cannot wait to feast their eyes and ears on the stories.
One person wrote: "The CGI is INSANE."
Another added: "Let's goooooooo."
A third said: "Looking much better than Vol 2. Can't wait."
Netflix confirmed this season will see David Fincher direct one of the episodes for the first time.
The episode is called 'Bad Travelling' and Netflix has already revealed the synopsis.
“A jable shark-hunting sailing vessel is attacked by a giant crustacean whose size and intelligence is matched only by its appetite. Mutiny, betrayal and ventriloquism with a corpse," the streaming service said.
To get people even more excited, that episode in particular has been written by Se7en screenwriter Andrew Kevin Walker.
We'll also be getting the first sequel episode in the Love Death + Robots universe.
There are so many stories that have been told over the past two seasons and audiences have begged for writers to show us what happens to the characters.
'Three Robots: Exit Strategies' will be a followup to the wildly successful first episode from the second season.
Sci-fi novelist John Scalzi has been brought in to write the episode, which will see the trio of robots study 'post-apocalyptic human survival strategies before mankind was finally snuffed out'.
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