Love, Death and Robots Announces Season 2 Return

Netflix has renewed Love, Death & Robots for a second season.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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