Love death and robots netflix

Love death and robots netflix

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On April 19, 2021, the trailer for the second season was released confirming the premiere date for May 14.[5] This second season was finally released on May 14, 2021 and consists of 8 episodes.

Love, Death + Robots is a collection of animated short stories ranging from science fiction to fantasy, horror and comedy. Each episode has a different narrative and animation.

After the destruction of humanity, three robots wander through a seemingly abandoned city, trying to understand how humans lived based on their limited knowledge of them and the things they left behind. The surprise comes when they encounter a cat.

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Love, Death & Robots (estilizada como LOVE DEATH + ROBOTS, y representada en forma de emoji como ❤️☠️) es una serie de televisión estadounidense de antología animada para adultos en streaming en Netflix[1] La primera temporada de 18 episodios se estrenó el 15 de marzo de 2019. [2] La serie está producida por Tim Miller, Joshua Donen, David Fincher y Jennifer Miller.[3] Cada episodio fue animado por diferentes equipos de varios países.[4] La serie es una reimaginación del reinicio de la película de ciencia ficción animada de 1981 de Fincher y Miller, que estuvo en desarrollo durante mucho tiempo.[5]

La serie de animación consta de episodios independientes, todos ellos de menos de 20 minutos de duración, y producidos por diferentes elencos y equipos, aunque algunos episodios pueden compartir ciertos miembros del equipo. El título de la serie hace referencia a la conexión temática de cada episodio con los tres temas mencionados, aunque no todos los episodios contienen los tres elementos[8][9][10].

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Love, Death and Robots is one of those series that surprise. Original like few others, Netflix’s animated series for adults is a radical departure from those we often associate with the genre, such as Rick and Morty or the classic South Park or even The Simpsons. Produced by Tim Miller, David Fincher, Jennifer Miller and Joshua Donen for the ‘streaming’ platform, the fiction was received in its first season with practically unanimous applause from critics, who did not hesitate to highlight its freshness and that undeniably risky experimental condition that planted viewers face to face with a series of mini-stories each one crazier.

From a yogurt capable of conquering the world to a fully developed civilization living in a couple’s freezer. From the journey of three robot tourists through a post-apocalyptic city to the story of a policeman in charge of ending overpopulation or a chilling Christmas story.

And the worst rated? Considering what we explained in the previous point, it was expected that the worst rated belonged to the second season and, indeed, the one with the worst score among IMDB users is ‘Ice’ (2×02).

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In spring 2019 we got our first look at the premiere of ‘LOVE, DEATH + ROBOTS’ on the Netflix platform. A set of animated shorts with David Fincher and Tim Miller at the helm. Now Netflix has prepared a second volume of shorts to be released this coming May 14. And we already have a spectacular trailer for them.

In ‘LOVE, DEATH + ROBOTS’ the creators of each short film have the opportunity to offer their vision or idea of one of the themes that make up the series: love, death and robots. The first volume released in 2019 consisted of a total of 18 animated shorts.

Tim Miller, David Fincher, Jennifer Miller and Joshua Donen are the producers behind Volume 2 of the series as well. Mind you, it’s not clear who is behind each of the shorts or who their main performers are. That’s something Netflix has not announced at this time.