Love, Death + Robots has officially set its third season release date with a new trailer! Tim and Jennifer Miller, Joshua Donen and David Fincher teamed up to produce a new anthology series that had imagined 18 different animated stories, all centered on the main themes of love, death or robots. The first volume of this anime collection was such a hit that a second was soon released last spring, and it was quickly confirmed that a third volume of the collection would return to Netflix later this year. Now, fans have finally gotten a release date.
There have been very few details revealed about Love, Death + Robots Volume 3 since it was first confirmed to be in the works for Netflix, but thankfully the latest update provides the best match on the new volume to date. Netflix has officially unveiled the first trailer for Volume 3 of the series with fun bait and a switch that sees Love, Death + Robots cutting between a new promo for one of Netflix’s other big shows. But luckily, it won’t be long before we get to see more as Volume 3 hits Netflix on May 20th. Check out the trailer below:
We’re interrupting this stream to bring you a very special message…
LOVE, DEATH & ROBOTS: TOME 3 ❤️💀🤖
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—Netflix Geeked (@NetflixGeeked) April 18, 2022
Unfortunately, while Love, Death + Robots has set a release date for its third volume, there are still no concrete details about the next wave of shorts in the anthology collection. That means fans still need to know not just how many will be on offer this time around, which directors and creators will be behind the new shorts, and what kind of actual animation styles will be present in this third volume. The separate introductions to each short explain why fans loved the first two volumes so much, and the trailer teases that we’ll see the same with the third volume.
Although the new materials of the third season are not very visible yet, the trailer for volume 3 shows why Love, Death + Robots has such appeal in the first place. With its distinct shorts and their varied styles on full display, it’s the first place to get the buzz on what might be coming in the next batch. But what do you think? What do you hope to see in Love, Death + Robots Volume 3? Let us know all your thoughts on this in the comments! You can even contact me directly about all things anime and other cool stuff @Valdezology on Twitter!