Love, Death, and Robots: Season 2 Announced
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Love, Death, and Robots: Season 2 Announced
10 June, 2019

Netflix has announced they’re working on the second season of Love, Death, and Robots!

The announcement was made on Twitter, and Jennifer Yuh Nelson has joined the party as supervising director to oversee all episodes. She previously worked on Spawn, Kung Fu Panda 2 and Kung Fu Panda 3, plus the live-action feature The Darkest Minds. She has also worked as a story artist on the 2005 Madagascar.

The first season featured 18 episodes which got released on March 15 with each episode being a standalone animated short story. The episodes featured different genres like sci-fi, fantasy, horror, and comedy with each episode running from 6-17 minutes in length and the executive produced were David Fincher, Tim Miller, Jennifer Miller, and Josh Donen.

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