This article discusses the potential of Love, Death + Robots Season 4 and its renewed or canceled status. It may contain minor spoilers. You can check out all our coverage of this show by clicking these words.
Netflix’s stellar animated anthology Love, Death + Robots debuted its third season today, May 20, 2022, with nine stellar short episodes about a wide range of themes and ideas. A visual treat, as well as a thought-provoking collection, the latest clutch of episodes didn’t disappoint, and with so much talent involved and so many people interested in the work, it seems pretty inevitable that fans will be wondering about the show’s potential future. Below is everything we know about it:
Renewed or Cancelled status – will there be a Love, Death + Robots Season 4?
At the time of writing, Netflix have not renewed Love, Death + Robots for a fourth season. However, it’s basically a done deal that they will. The anthology series is extremely popular, is attractive to creators because of how few storytelling constraints it seems to gave, and has basically limitless potential because of its premise. One expects that Netflix Top 10 will showcase its popularity, and you bet the house that a renewal will be announced sooner rather than later.
What is Love, Death + Robots?
A multiple Emmy-winning adult anthology series exploring not just its titular ideas but other heady themes about the nature of existence, Love, Death + Robots is produced by Tim Miller, Joshua Donen, David Fincher, and Jennifer Miller, and is a re-imagining of Fincher and Miller’s long-in-development reboot of the 1981 animated science fiction film Heavy Metal.
What do we know about Love, Death + Robots Season 4?
As of now, nothing. But we can reasonably expect another season to focus on several of the same themes and ideas. We also saw in the third season the show begin to experiment with more obvious forms of serialized storytelling, with the “3 Robots: Exit Strategies” episode being a direct sequel to a short from the first season. With so many characters, stories, and ideas from the first three volumes becoming very popular among fans, there’s a good chance that a new season might venture into this kind of territory more. Even if it doesn’t, though, part of the brilliance of the show is how diverse the stories are, and how impossible they are to predict. Whenever is in the show’s future, odds are that it’ll be very entertaining either way.