‘Love, Death & Robots’ Season 2 Coming to Netflix in May 2021 & What We Know So Far

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Love, Death & Robots is coming back to Netflix for a second season but predicting its release has been hard but now thanks to a leaked trailer, and the official announcement from Netflix, we can now confirm that season 2 is coming in May 2021. Below, we’ll be cataloging everything we know about season 2 including who’s involved and what we can expect.

Love, Death & Robots is a Netflix Original sci-fi anthology series created by Tim Miller and produced by David Fincher.

The series consisted of 18 short stories, all with their own unique animations and stories. Within hours of release the crazy and out-of-this-world series had sent the internet a buzz. Some have already dubbed the series as ‘The Black Mirror of animation,’ which tells you everything you may already need to know.

It pushes the boundaries of animation with a huge mix of stories and levels of graphic violence and sex. The series was also one of the first for Netflix to experiment with episode orders (although that wasn’t without controversy).

Love, Death & Robots Season 2 Netflix Renewal Status

Official Renewal Status: Renewed for volume 2 (Last Updated 06/10/2019)

On June 10th, 2019 Netflix announced that the series would be returning for a second volume. In its promotional video to promote the new series, it sadly only used previous clips from season 1.

Subsequent to the renewal we also know, thanks to a scoop from THR, that Jennifer Yuh Nelson, who directed Kung Fu Panda 3 is joining the team as a supervising director for season 2.

We’re still not sure on what studios are set to return for new episodes. Some of the headline studios that worked on season 1 were Blur Studio (who is confirmed for season 2), Blow Studio, Unit Image, Red Dog Culture House, Sony Picture Imageworks, Passion Animation Studios and Sun Creature Studio (among many more).

Love, Death & Robots Season 2 Release Date & What We Know

In February 2020, Inverse managed to score an interview with one of the composers, Rob Cairns who gave an insight into the development of season 2 saying: “I’ve seen a couple of the Season 2 scripts and have started discussions with directors and started playing with sound,”.

We’ve predicted 2021 for a while but thanks to a leaked trailer that was put onto Netflix (seen embedded below), we foresaw be seeing it added within a few weeks to months.

Love Death & Robots – Volume 2 trailer
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Netflix has now posted the trailer on YouTube and announced the release date through its various social media platforms. We can now confirm that Love, Death & Robots “volume 2” is coming to Netflix on Friday, May 14th, 2021.

We also got our first stills and poster for volume 2 too.

What to watch while waiting for Volume 2 of Love, Death & Robots

First of all, go and check out the “inside the animation” special on YouTube. There you can see Tim Miller’s thoughts on the show and gives some insights into the series production.

Rob Cairns shared that an official soundtrack for Love, Death & Robots could be in the works but nothing official. He’s instead posted a few of the songs on his website.

And finally, for the love of god please go and follow Netflix’s most obscure social account. It covers the Yoghurt episode of the series and remains active despite a small following.

Are you looking forward to the next season of Love, Death & Robots? Let us know in the comments below!

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 Poster Rating: TV-MA
Language: English
Genre: Drama, Mystery, Sci-Fi
Cast: Daniel Lapaine, Hannah John-Kamen, Michaela Coel
Season Additions:
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