LOVE DEATH + ROBOTS | Official Trailer | Netflix

Sentient dairy products, werewolf soldiers, robots gone wild, garbage monsters, cyborg bounty hunters, alien spiders and blood-thirsty demons from hell – all converge in eighteen NSFW animated stories.

Presented by Tim Miller & David Fincher.

Love Death + Robots lands on Netflix March 15th.

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LOVE DEATH + ROBOTS | Official Trailer | Netflix

Terrifying creatures, wicked surprises and dark comedy converge in this NSFW anthology of animated stories presented by Tim Miller and David Fincher.


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42 thoughts on “LOVE DEATH + ROBOTS | Official Trailer | Netflix

  1. It's amazing how no other company can make a show as amazing as this was, nothing but other Netflix shows will compete

  2. I really hope Netflix doesn't end up canceling this show, since people have been calling it all kinds of sexist.

  3. (Beyond the aquila rift) take the series to the next level of thinking.
    (secret war) Totally thrilling

    These two episodes are worth watching

  4. Cuenta la leyenda que los escritores sólo ponían sus historias en una mesa y que un animador toma un guión al azar, por eso todo no están conectadas y con animaciones diferentes.

    Y que fueron tantas que sobran para una segunda temporada, la cual ya se está trabajando.

  5. My favourite stories after watching the whole series at once yesterday:
    1) Beyond the Aquila Rift (best story, no doubts – you can clearly see it was made by a writer)
    2) Lucky 13 / Zima Blue (both holds an awesome idea)
    3) Sonnie's Edge (would make awesome cyberpunk series)
    4) Three Robots (a very human-like story, which is quite a paradox)
    5) Sucker of Souls (totally the funniest one)
    Honourable mentions:
    – Shapeshifters (probably the weakest story, but I would LOVE to watch a series about it, haha)
    – Suits (have a lovely plot twist about humans invading different planets)

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