Netflix renews Love, Death & Robots for season two


Netflix’s animated science fiction anthology series Love, Death & Robots has been renewed for a second season.

Netflix’s Love, Death & Robots was one of the streaming service’s more unique and eclectic offerings this year and it is wonderful news that the series will be going on to create a second season, according to a report from Deadline.

The series, created by Tim Miller and executive produced by David Fincher, functions as an anthology series on a number of levels. Not only is the series a collection of short films related to a common theme, but it offers a wide range of different animation styles by filmmakers from all over the world.

Many of the shorts offer an insight into the minds and culture of the filmmakers, as well as a variety of visions of the future and insightful social commentary. While some of the films were somewhat forgettable, the majority of offerings were visually striking, narratively imaginative, and profoundly thoughtful. It will be a pleasure to see what kind of material Miller and Fincher can curate for season two of the series.

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Of course, another thing that makes the series such great content is the consumability of the product. At five to fifteen minutes per episode, the series is exceptionally bingeable and a low risk time investment if one or two turn out to be not to the viewer’s taste.

Season one offered films from a wide variety of genres, including hard science fiction, fantasy, horror, cyberpunk, sci-fi comedy, and some others that simply defied categorization.

Plus, since all the episodes were adapted from short stories, it gives the viewer the extra immersive opportunity of reading the short fiction that inspired the series.

Miller and Fincher will return to executive produce season two, with Jennifer Yuh Nelson (Spawn, Kung Fu Panda) signed on as supervising director.

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(Source: Deadline)