Netflix shared a brand new trailer for Love, Death & Robots season 2 four days ahead of the new season’s release.
Netflix earlier published a trailer for the second season of Love, Death & Robots, which showed us the release date of the new season. The first trailer was a huge relief as we had been waiting for some updates on the anthology for such a long time. Netflix shared one more trailer as we get closer and closer to the release of Love, Death & Robots season 2.
The new trailer focuses on each different episode, and we see the variety of animating techniques in the anthology once more. It mostly shows us the adult side of the anthology, with all the sex, blood, gore, and violence in it. While the trailer says “Consume responsibly,” the video description reads otherwise. What is Netflix trying to tell us with this? Well, who knows when we’re talking about Love, Death & Robots?
About Love, Death & Robots
Love, Death & Robots is a Netflix original animated adult anthology that tells different stories in every episode. It debuted on Netflix in March 2019 and became immensely popular. The popular streaming platform shared the first trailer for the second season on April 19th. It showed us the release date of the second season, while also announcing the third season. Don’t get too excited for the third season though, as it’s going to be released in 2022.
What is the synopsis of Love, Death & Robots season 2?
Here’s Netflix’s description of its adult animated anthology:
“From wild adventures on far-flung planets to unsettling encounters close to home: The Emmy-winning anthology returns with a crop of provocative tales.”
What is the release date of Love, Death & Robots season 2?
Netflix is going to release the second season of the dark anthology on May 14th. It is going to have eight episodes, “best micro-dosed,” as Netflix says. It is only a matter of time until we finally reach it. You might as well just binge the first season again while waiting for the second. The first season is available on Netflix.
You can check out the second trailer that Netflix shared ahead of the season’s release. They call it the Official Red Band Trailer, for evident reasons. Here it is.