Love Death And Robots is an animated anthology adult series that was released on Netflix in March ’19. This masterpiece by Tim Miller and David Fincher gained fame over time and was able to build a strong fan base amongst all ages. The series became famous for the authentic and unique animation styles which bring back nostalgia and are loved by the viewers.
Release Date and Trailer
There was no talk of season 2 for a long time till finally in June Netflix’s See What’s Next Twitter account confirmed the news of LDR returning for a Volume 2. There are no confirm dates known when season 2 will air but Netflix has reportedly halted production of all it’s shown till further notice. So except the tweet of the announcement we have no else string to cling to.
Is it animated?
Yes, it is animated. An interesting thing is that Jennifer Yuh Nelson has joined the directing team for Volume 2 of LDR who is well known for a hit Kung Fu Panda 3, so the animation is expected to be top-notch. With a woman on board, some controversies that the show experienced are expected to be corrected for this season.
The co-creator Tim Miller once said, “Midnight movies, comics, books and magazines of fantastic fiction have inspired me for decades, but they were relegated to the fringe culture of geeks and nerds of which I was a part. I’m so f***ing excited that the creative landscape has finally changed enough for adult-themed animation to become part of a larger cultural conversation.” Looking at how passionate Miller is about this project, this season sure won’t be a setback.
Is Love Death and Robots coming back?
The beloved sci-fi series which was an over-night success was an unconventional hit and fans were eager to know if this remarkable show was gonna make a comeback. And to the sci-fi enthusiasts, y’all can now rejoice because the series is indeed making a comeback and a legit one.
The show has had a few setbacks in season 1 but still was adored by the animation lovers and now with another amazing mind on board for season 2 and time for post-production due to the pandemic it can only be more epic than the first one.
Only to add to the excitement composer Rob Cairs, the music producer for the show, and come out and said he has started the work for the tracks for season 2. The hype is unreal and with such teases, it only gets a kick boost.