Love, Death & Robots Season 3 Trailer Teases Animated Anthology's Return

Netflix released a new trailer for Love, Death & Robots season 3. The animated anthology series made its debut in March 2019 with an initial 18-episodes and was quickly renewed for a further eight in its second season. The show is executive produced by an all-star team of filmmakers, including acclaimed directors David Fincher (Fight Club, The Social Network) and Tim Miller (Deadpool), as well as producers Joshua Donen (House of Card, Mindhunter) and Jennifer Miller. Initially conceived by Fincher and Miller as a remake of the 1981 sci-fi film Heavy Metal, the idea eventually morphed into a unique anthology series backed by Netflix after Miller’s Deadpool success afforded him more creative freedom.

The return of Love, Death & Robots has been teased in a new trailer shared by Netflix Geeked. Interspersed with clips from some of the streamer's other award-winning shows like The Crown and Queen’s Gambit, the trailer also featured scenes from some of the anthology’s most popular episodes, such as “Sonnie’s Edge,” “The Witness,” and “Ice.” While no new footage appeared to be released, the action-packed promo promised more high-octane episodes would arrive on May 20. Check out the trailer below:

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Related: What To Expect From Love, Death & Robots Season 3

Claiming an 81% rating on Rotten Tomatoes, the show has raked in several awards since its 2019 debut, including several Emmys. Inspired by short stories, the scripts are predominantly adapted by Philip Gelatt, who previously wrote for the 2015 video game Rise of the Tomb Raider. While it can be assumed that the highly anticipated eight new episodes will include several new and exciting storylines, Miller has confirmed that a sequel to “Three Robots” will also be featured. Based on a short story by John Scalzi, the season 1 episode proved to be one of Love, Death & Robots most popular and the return of its titular three characters is sure to excite the show’s fanbase even further.

More: Love, Death and Robots: Which Episodes Have All Three Themes?

Source: Netflix Geeked

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