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Netflix’s Love, Death and Robots is confirmed for Season 4

Netflix Love, Death and Robots Lucky for you, the streamer has officially renewed the animated anthology for Season 4.

Created by Tim Miller and David Fincher, the series brings together various global animation studios to produce each episode, which are standalone storylines.

As the name suggests, each episode explores the concept of love, death, or robots, or sometimes all together, using multiple genres such as comedy, horror, sci-fi, and fantasy.

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Netflix announced this news by posting a video on Instagram with the caption: “Love, Death + Robots Volume IV is a GO.”

The series was first created in 2019 with 18 episodes, but thanks to the pandemic, season 2 was significantly shorter with eight episodes released in 2021.

Season 3 came to Netflix in May this year, but no release date for Season 4 has been announced as of yet.

Since the show is an anthology series, there’s no telling what the episodes will contain unless there’s a trailer. But it’s pretty much a given that the series continues to draw inspiration from a series of short stories that focus on a range of adult themes such as serious violence, sexuality and murderous vacuum cleaners.

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It has not yet been decided who will be part of the cast. But over the past few seasons, a number of famous people have emerged to play different characters. For example, birds of prey actor mary elizabeth winstead, Orange is the new blackis Samira Wiley, The simpsons‘Kevin Michael Richardson and daredevil‘s Élodie Yung have all appeared on the show.

They also managed to land Believe and Black Panther Star Michael B. Jordan for season two in a terrifyingly lifelike motion capture episode.

Love, Death and Robots now streaming on Netflix.

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