Expect more action, horror, death, fantasy, robots but also love in the future, as Netflix has announced the renewal of its popular animated anthology series Love, Death + Robots for a volume 4.
The streaming giant made the announcement last Friday on its Instagram account. After seasons 1 and 2 aired in 2019 and 2021 respectively, and its nine-episode third season released on May 20, the anthology series with extremely well-crafted stories with incredible animation styles and directed by extremely talented people will be getting a sequel that is bound to be highly anticipated by fans.
The series has won 12 Emmy Awards to date, including its third consecutive nomination for Best Animated Short Program, as all episodes are under 22 minutes long. Last week, Oscar-winning director Alberto Mielgo received an Emmy for Best Individual Achievement in Animation for his beautiful episode “Jibaro” from Season 3.
Regarding the fourth season of Love, Death + Robots, no other information has been revealed yet, but we can already assume that it should follow the same format and themes, inviting different teams of artists and writers to create imaginative short stories.
Tim Miller, David Fincher, Jennifer Miller and Joshua Donen will serve as executive producers for the additional season, while Jennifer Yuh Nelson will continue as supervising director.
We will, of course, be back with more details to come.