Love, Death and Robots – an American adult animation anthology and science fiction web series is also stylized as “LOVE DEATH + ROBOTS.” The series is based on characters conceptualized by Angus McKie, Richard Corben, Bernie Wrightson, Thomas Warkentin, and Dan O’Bannon. The show premiered on 15th March, 2019 on Netflix with a total of 18 episodes.
Love, Death and Robots Season 2 Release date
Netflix confirmed a second volume in June last year by making an announcement on Twitter. Due to its unconventional nature, the time required to curate the series is incomparable to other series. Because of this, a release date was not fixed.
Perhaps when the pandemic ends, Netflix will issue announcements regarding the release date. Only then will we have a release date for Love, Death and Robots season 2.
Rewatching #LoveDeathandRobots. Still the best thing ever made by Netflix, with the possible exception of Stranger Things Season One.
— Joel Shepherd (@ShepJoel) June 18, 2020
Love, Death and Robots season 2: Plot Direction
Since the series is anthological, it does not have a specific plot. All episodes are standalone stories in themselves. All episodes showcased unique plots completely unrelated to the respective previous episode. A mixture of plots like that of “Black Mirror” and “Devilman Crybaby” becomes apparent. Therefore, commenting on the plot of Love, Death and Robots season 2 is next to impossible because all episodes in the upcoming second installment will be a separate story.
— KD (@AkolDavid) June 15, 2020
The last update dates back to February which revealed that the music production has commenced. No news about the episodes was announced. However, it was speculated that a number of episodes were done and subsequently submitted. Once all the episodes are ready, they will put in their order of assembly.
The executive producer, Tim Miller, shared that the series is a dream project for him. It was beyond his imagination to expect this degree of success for the series. But the adult plots and animations are inviting attention of a large audience.