Netflix has renewed 'Love Death + Robots' for a fourth season

Netflix has renewed 'Love Death + Robots' for a fourth season ...

According to an Instagram post, Love, Death, and Robots has been renewed for a fourth season. The third season of the anthology series was released in May and consisted of nine episodes. As of right now, no release date for Season 4 has been announced.

Love, Death, + Robots is an animated episodic anthology series featuring twelve new stories in various animation styles, each of which differs in scope, from comedy to drama, and even horror. The series is also well-known for its rotating cast of voice actors, which includes previous guests Joel McHale, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, John DiMaggio, Elodie Young, and Chris Parnell.

Love, Death, and Robots received widespread praise almost immediately after it was published on Netlfix. The series has also established a loyal following of viewers, particularly those who enjoy animated series.

Tim Miller, the series' executive producer, said, "I felt that there was not a lot of adult animation in the west, especially not in America, and especially not at the budget levels that allowed for really high-end CG like what was going on at Pixar and DreamWorks for kids."

On the animated series, Miller, David Fincher, Jennifer Miller, and Joshua Donen serve as executive producers. Jennifer Yuh Nelson serves as the series' director.

The announcement of the new season by Netflix was made via Instagram, as part of an animated post to the Netflixgeeked account. The image flashes several bright colors and then the words "Volume F***!". Three small images also depicted the three main words that make up the series (that is, a heart for love, an X for death, and a tiny robot head for, well, robots).

Love, Death, and Robots first premiered on Netflix in March 2019. Season 4 of Netflix can now be seen on Netflix, but you can still watch them all right now. Here's how to get the fourth season of Netflix: