‘Love, Death + Robots’ Season 3 Trailer: Netflix’s Stunning Anthology Series Returns – and with David Fincher Directing an Episode

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Netflix has unveiled the official trailer for the third volume of Love, Death + Robots, the streamer’s stunning anthology series that tells tales of fantasy, horror, and science fiction with different forms of animation and CG wizardry.

The trailer provides glimpses of this season’s exciting line-up of shorts, with 9 episodes telling stories ranging from ancient evils to post-apocalyptic comedy. Among the episodes is Three Robots: Exit Strategies, the first direct sequel in the anthology series, catching up with the trio of droll droids we met in the first season’s second episode; Swarm, a story of two post-human scientists studying an apparently mindless insectoid-race, directed by Deadpool helmer Tim Miller and the first adaptation of renowned Cyberpunk author Bruce Sterling; and the bloody Kill Team Kill, with US soldiers facing a Grizzly CIA experiment, directed by Jennifer Yuh Nelson (Kung Fu Panda 3).

Exciting stuff, but perhaps the one particular this writer is most excited to check out: Bad Travelling, the animation directing debut of filmmaker David Fincher, who serves as an executive producer of the series. Bad Travelling reunites Fincher with Se7en screenwriter Andrew Kevin Walker and tells the story of a jable shark-hunting sailing vessel that’s attacked by a giant crustacean whose size and intelligence is matched only by its appetite.

If you’re yet to check out this anthology series, you’re really missing out; the first two volumes are on Netflix for you to binge right now. Love, Death + Robots Volume 3 will be streaming on Netflix from May 20th.




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