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VIDEO Love, Death and Robots returns to Netflix, with a new season: the atypical trailer, released by the giant

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The third season of the Netflix animated anthology, “Love, Death and Robots” will be released soon, much to the delight of fans.

The grand launch of the third season of “Love, Death and Robots” on Netflix will take place on May 20, 2022. In fact, the streaming giant has previously fooled its fans with a short video that presents the same themes meant to be seen by “slightly older children”, adding a wide variety of animation styles. In other words, the producers choose to use the recipe that worked so well in the first two seasons, preferring not to risk changing the approach.

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Netflix has released at least a weird trailer for “Love, Death and Robots”

The series is produced by Tim Miller and David Fincher and has a four-year exclusive deal with Netflix. In the trailer in question, Netflix also presented short clips from “The Crown”, “The Queen’s Gambit”, but also from other series, as a way to put these productions in some contrast with the animated series that , to be honest, it has little to do with any Netflix-released title. “The trio you’ve been waiting for” – that’s the slogan that might or might not work.

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The styles range from a fairly wide range, from hyper-realism, adding a Gulliver-like character to classic 2D animation, but that’s not all, of course.

The series garnered fairly good reviews from critics, especially on Rotten Tomatoes, although audience ratings declined somewhat in the second season, when Netflix decided to remove controversial scenes involving nudity and bloodshed.

Moreover, the number of episodes decreased in season two, by 8 compared to 18, in volume 1. Netflix did not say how many episodes will have volume 3, however.

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