February 8, 2023


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‘Love, Death and Robots’ Volume 3: Release Date, Trailer, and Everything You Need To Know

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With lots of excitement and fantasy, enjoyment is getting ready for David Fincher’s animation directorial debut and more stories including violence, romance, and of ways robots.

It’s been over three years since we have seen the first episode of Netflix’s animated collection series Love, Death + Robots. 

Ever since, the show has won 11 Primetime Emmy Awards, four Annie Awards, one Golden Reel Award, one British Academy Scotland Award, and gained a nomination at the Visual Effects Society Awards. 

With so numerous awards to its name, it’s no amazement that Love, Death + Robots was resumed for Volume 2 which broadcast on May 14, 2021. 

And recently, a year later, the animated series is coming back for Volume 3, and we are eagerly waiting for it. Love, Death + Robots Volume 3 will search pictorial remarkable new worlds like its first two volumes. 


This volume will brief stories such as sea monster adventures including a murderous siren whose song destroys men, a rat apocalypse, and many more. 

Also, we are going to see more new directors in this volume at this time. 

Love, Death + Robots Volume 1 set the extraordinary with directors such as Tim Miller as Deadpool and Academy Award Winner Alberto Mielgo.

Also, Volume 2 starred seasoned directors such as Jennifer Yuh Nelson in Kung Fu Panda 2 and Simon Otto.

At this time, prominent director and Academy Award, BAFTA, and Golden Globe Award winner, David Fincher is going to make his animation directorial debut soon.

The all-new episode is based on a short story which is made by Neal Asher, who is further credited for the story of “Snow in the Desert,” an episode in Love, Death + Robots Volume 2. 


Love, Death + Robots Volume 3 will also start the resumption of one of the stories from the first volume, ‘Three Robots,’ which told the story of its official robots, K-VRC, XBOT 4000, and 11-45-G. 

In Volume 3, we will be thrilled to see them resume the journey with the robots as they research post-apocalyptic human survival strategies before mankind was forgiven. 

This will be the first time the show highlights a sequel. Now, Netflix collaborates with Alamo Drafthouse for an edge preview of Volume 3 in numerous cities, with Collider’s own Steve Weintraub with David Fincher, Tim Miller, and Jennifer Yuh Nelson.

We are keenly waiting for an upcoming series show on Netflix, Love, Death and Robots: Volume 3.

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