Netflix has been heavily investing itself in pretty much every genre under the sun in recent years, and that includes their recent foray into the medium of animation. Months ago, they made their intentions clear with a series of trailers touting a ton of big creators in the animation space, and this includes animation aimed at adults. If you’ve grown weary of typical adult-focused animation that consists of Simpsons-like sitcom storytelling, they were looking to give you your fix.
One such series came in the form of Love, Death and Robots, which featured 18 shorts, with the genres ranging from sci-fi to comedy and horror. It was essentially a dumping ground for the most outlandish and inspiring ideas animators could think up, and it was quite brilliant.
Now, according to THR, Netflix is moving forward with a second season of the Tim Miller/David Fincher-created series, this time bringing in Kung Fu Panda 2 and 3 director Jennnifer Yuh Nelson to act as supervising director. Sadly, we have no idea how many episodes this will be or when it will hit, but if this is the first you’ve heard of the series, rest easy knowing you have a full season of quality animation to get through.
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