Netflix has renewed Love, Death & Robots for a second season.
The animated sci-fi anthology focuses on myriad styles, from traditional animation to heavy CGI, as it tells a variety of stories that draw from the horror, drama, comedy and action genres. According to See What's Next, Kung Fu Panda 3 director Jennifer Yuh Nelson has signed up as supervising director for all episodes. The shorts, from a bevy of animation studios and creators globally, ranged from six to 17 minutes, with the 18-episode season debuting last March.
"Love, Death and Robots" will be back! Jennifer Yuh Nelson has joined as supervising director for Volume 2 and will oversee all episodes pic.twitter.com/8OVStMbpeP— See What's Next (@seewhatsnext) June 10, 2019
A premiere date hasn't been revealed for the second volume, which follows a thought-provoking debut season that saw Deadpool director Tim Miller, as well as the esteemed David Fincher, overseeing episodes as executive producers.
Among the intriguing pieces were Miller's "Ice Age," which starred Topher Grace and Mary Elizabeth Winstead as a couple who discovered civilization inside their freezer; Jerome Chen's "Lucky 13," which starred The Handmaid's Tale's Samira Wiley as a pilot trying to keep her good luck ship intact in a Gears of War-esque story; and Dave Wilson's "Sonnie's Edge," which dealt with an underground fight club being rocked by a feminist movement.
The first season of Love, Death & Robots is streaming now on Netflix.