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Tim Miller and Jennifer Yuh Nelson Break Down the Making of ‘Love, Death + Robots’ Volume 3

If you’re a fan of the incredible Netflix series Love, Death + Robots and curious about how the series is made, you’re in the right place. That’s because right before Volume 3 was released, I landed an extended interview with creator Tim Miller and supervising director Jennifer Yuh Nelson to talk about the making of the Emmy Award-winning anthology series.
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Love, Death + Robots: Tim Miller and Jennifer Yuh Nelson Talk Choosing Volume 3's Stories, Themes and More

Love, Death + Robots made a big splash with fans during its debut on Netflix a couple of years ago as they were immediately drawn to the unique animated projects in the anthology. Each selection was dramatically different from one another, and that trend continued with the second volume of the series. Now that the third volume has finally released on Netflix after a notable wait, there's an anticipation to see just what kind of shorts are offered this time around as there really is no way to predict what to expect from each one. It's just a bit different this time, however.
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Love, Death And Robots Creators Tim Miller And Jennifer Yuh Nelson On Season 3 And The Future Of Animation [Interview]

The Netflix animated anthology series "Love, Death and Robots" is back for a third season, and this time the show is bringing back some old favorites. The upcoming season (or "volume") features eight all-new shorts, and one of them is a direct sequel to the beloved "Three Robots" entry from season 1, featuring the three hilarious robots who try to figure out why humanity went extinct. Executive producers Tim Miller, David Fincher, and Jennifer Yuh Nelson all set out to make a creative sandbox for animators to go wild within, and Fincher even makes his animation directing debut with this season's episode "Bad Travelling." Miller and Yuh Nelson each directed an episode as well, with Miller stepping in to adapt Bruce Sterling's short story "Swarm" and Yuh Miller directing the "Expendables"-esque "Kill Team Kill."
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