Love Death and Robots Season 3 Is All Set To Release In May 2022! Check The Confirmed Release Date Here!

“Love, Death, and Robots” is a vivid, philosophical, dark, and ambient sci-fi series created by Tim Miller for the streaming platform Netflix.

The anthology series is a reimagining of Miller and David Fincher’s envisioned relaunch of the 1981 animated science-fiction film ‘Heavy Metal’ The incredibly interesting collection of tales is sometimes mind-bending, occasionally bizarre, but always captivating.


Following its March 2019 launch, the fan-favorite adult animation series spawned two seasons amid accolades from both fans and critics. Critics commended the film’s unique animation technique, tight plot, and controversial issues.

You must be disappointed that the second volume has just eight episodes instead of the first season’s eighteen. If you wonder about the progression and other specifics of season 3, allow us to explain what we know about the next episode.

Love Death and Robots Season 3 Release Date

The third season of “Love, Death & Robots” is scheduled to premiere on Netflix on MAY 20, 2022. Love, Death & Robots episodes 1 and 2 were published on Netflix in 2019 and 2021.


As a result, the gap between Seasons 2 and 3 is shorter than it was previously, as the series returns around one year later than it did in Season 1. The interval between the premieres of the first season in March 2019 and the second season in May 2021 is 26 months.

Love Death and Robots Season 3 Release date
Love Death and Robots Season 3 Release date

Love Death and Robots Season 3 Cast

The cast of season 3 will be as follows:

  • Scott Whyte being Scott.
  • Matthew Yang King being A mature Liang
  • Steven Pacey in the role of Railman
  • Emily O’Brien will act as Eve
  • Nolan North will act as Detective Briggs
  • Michael Benyaer will perform as Dr. Wehunt.
  • Graham Hamilton will act as Decker
  • Chris Cox being Bob
  • Amadi, Ike will act as Officer Mantus
  • Aaron Himelstein being Rookie of the Year.
  • Noshir Dalal in the role of Officer Soran.
  • Elly Condron will act as Alexandria
  • Neil Kaplan being Hank
  • Michelle C. Bonilla will perform as Commander
  • Stefan Kapicic will perform as Lt. Nikolai Zakharov.
  • Henry Douthwaite will perform the role of Thom
  • Kevin Zima will act as Michael Richardson

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Love Death and Robots Season 3 Plot

Due to the show’s anthology nature, we cannot foresee anything ahead. The show offers a variety of tales, all with a gloomy atmosphere and provocative tone.

Hopefully, the third season will continue to be as violent and sexually charged as the previous two and will have even more weird images of the universe’s dark cobweb corners. Rarely do all three themes appear in the same story.

Love Death and Robots Season 3 Plot
Love Death and Robots Season 3 Plot

Since the show is defined by its three eponymous themes, perhaps it will not stray too far from its allocated region. The forthcoming season may explore novel realms, and the options appear to be limitless.

It can choose for a more participatory experience by creating something similar to ‘Black Mirror: Bandersnatch,’ which may be thrilling for fans who can determine the story’s direction.

While the creators did not rule out the potential of developing something that relies less on story and more on spectacle, they emphasized that story will be the primary focus.

Love Death and Robots Season 3 Trailer

On May 9, the official trailer was released. It is twice as dramatic and reveals considerably more of what to expect in the upcoming season.

The small text excerpts interspersed throughout the film inform us that there are nine new episodes, which means nine new storylines and nine different aesthetics.

The trailer begins with the gorgeous, familiar, and in this instance, slightly ominous beginning chords of Beethoven’s “Für Elise” and then on to provide us with the names and brief 10-second clips of all nine episodes.

Where To Watch Love Death and Robots Season 3?

Season 3 will release on Netflix. The previous seasons are available to stream on Netflix. So go and check out now!