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'Love, Death, and Robots' renewed for Season 4 at Netflix

ANI | Updated: Aug 14, 2022 01:07 IST


Washington [US], August 14 (ANI): Netflix has renewed "Love, Death, and Robots" for Season 4.
The huge streaming service announced it on Friday via Instagram.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, on May 20, 2022, the critically acclaimed episodic anthology series released its nine-episode third season on Netflix. In 2019 and 2021, respectively, seasons 1 and 2 were broadcast.

 
 
 
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The show has received three consecutive nominations for outstanding short-form animated programmes and has won 12 Emmy Awards to date. This is due to the fact that each episode is under 22 minutes long.
Both the first and second seasons of the programme took home awards in the same category. A deaf knight and a siren fall in love in Alberto Mielgo's Season 3 episode "Jibaro," which is nominated for an Emmy Award for greatest individual accomplishment in animation by a jury.
Each episode of "Love, Death, and Robots" offers a unique story that is animated in a variety of styles by international creative teams. Additionally, a variety of genres are represented in the episodes, including comedy, drama, horror, and more.
Each episode also typically has a distinct voice cast, with a number of well-known performers providing the voices for various characters. These people include Chris Parnell, Joel McHale, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Topher Grace, John DiMaggio, and Elodie Young.
The series executive producers are Tim Miller, David Fincher, Jennifer Miller, Joshua Donen, and supervising director Jennifer Yuh Nelson, as reported by The Hollywood Reporter.
"The way I felt is that there was not a lot of adult animation in the west, and particularly not in America, and particularly not at the budget levels that allowed for really high-end CG like what was going on at Pixar and DreamWorks for kids and we felt it was time to do that for adults", Miller said at the Annecy International Animation Film Festival in 2021. (ANI)

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