The American anthology series with sci-fi genre, Love Death and Robots, has been produced by David Fincher, Tim Miller, Jennifer Miller, and Joshua Donen. They also serve as the executive producers of the show. The series is a revamped version of the animated sci-fi film Heavy Metal of 1981. Netflix has renewed the series two times and will be available on the OTT platform for viewing.
We know all the fans are eagerly waiting for season three to be out and are searching for all the information regarding it. So we have got you covered and will tell you everything we know so far.
What are Speculations and What are Facts?
As of now, the third season of Love, Death, and Robots will officially be landing our screens sometime soon on Netflix. The previous two season had received different reviews. The initial season of the sci-fi series had around 18 episodes to it that served ample animation variety for the viewers. Still, the second installment drastically reduced the number to 8 but definitely leveled up its quality.
Episodes like Pop Squad, All Through The House, and Ice were thoroughly loved by the viewers from season 2. David Fincher and Tim Miller’s creation is all set to excite its viewers as the third season will be airing on Netflix with more episodes to gorge on!
What can be the Plot for Season 3 of Love, Death and Robots?
Since Love, Death, and Robots is an anthological series, the story for the new season’s episodes cannot be predicted beforehand. But a fair share of probable predictions can be made only when the official trailer will be out.
But it will be quite safe to assume that the episodes might draw inspiration from various short stories with themes like sexuality, violence, murders, etc. Philip Gelatt is likely to return for the third season, and thus we can expect him to maintain the same feels from the stories he wrote previously in two seasons.
Who All can be Seen in Season 3 of Love, Death and Robots?
Again, the show’s cast is not yet to be predicted, but mostly lesser-known names are present in the episodes. But season 1 did have stars like Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Samira Wiley, Topher Grace, and Chris Parnell, while season 2 comprised Creed star Michael B Jordan. Thus, it can be assumed that season 3 might also have big Hollywood names in its cast.
When and Where will Season 3 of Love, Death, and Robots Release?
The show’s third installment is surely going to make its presence on streaming giant Netflix, as the former confirmed by its teaser in season 2’s trailer. However, the upcoming season will probably land on our tabloids somewhere around 2022, but the official date is yet to be released by Netflix.
But going by the releases of the previous two seasons, it can be speculated that the next season will also appear around the late spring of next year. With an almost two-year gap between seasons 1 and 2, the subsequent season can be expected somewhat sooner due to the second season’s relatively shorter duration.