Love death and robots received a lot of praise and encouraging response when it was out on the screen of Netflix on 19th March 2019. The animated anthology adult series made everyone fall for it. Especially for its animations, which were crazy and praiseworthy at some points in the movie. The eighteen different stories that featured animation and fashion mode were enough to make it a success.
It is one of the weirdest plus the unique shows on Netflix, created by Tim Miller and David Fincher. The mixture of anthology and science fiction made the viewers bewitch.
Love death and robots season 2: Will there be a renewal?
The overwhelmingly positive response and reviews that the series got from its audience have made the second season confirmed. Plus, the series was critically and commercially recognized for its anthology. Netflix confirmed the season two of love death and robots by a tweet in June 2019. Any offical release date for the second season has not been announced by Netflix, most probably due to the ongoing crisis and scarcity of time to start the production process. The pandemic is taking over the world, and we can’t be sure of anything.
The music production for the movie was already started in February, but the prediction of the release date is quite tricky.
Love death and robots season 2: The things you need to know
Jennifer Yuh Nelson, who was in the crew of Kung Fu Panda 2, has joined the team of Love death and robots as the supervising director to oversee all episodes. Thus, we can hope that the problematic narrative of the first part would not be repeated. In the first part, many outlets raised questions on the use of women’s bodies. The series on the mature themes that covered ultra-violence, sexuality, evil cats, and lot and lot of robots was in a problematic point due to some scenes in it, which were questionable.
Tim Miller, who is the co-creator of the series, has previously said, “Love death and robots is my dream project, it combines my love of animation and amazing stories. Midnight movies, comics, books, and magazines of fantastic fictions have inspired me for decades, but they were relegated to the fringe culture of geeks and nerds of which I was a part. I am so excited that the creative landscape has finally changed enough for adult-themed animation to become part of a larger cultural conversation.”
All the things altogether give us some clue that the series is in the process of production.