Love Death + Robots Renewed for Season Two

And Oscar-nominated animation director Jennifer Yuh Nelson is coming on board as Supervising Director. All the details (that has been announced anyway) are in this Hollywood Reporter article.

Before you ask, I don’t have any other information that I can share about anything, so any question you ask beyond what’s in the article linked to above, I can’t answer, mostly because I don’t know. What I can say is well-expressed in the following gif:

(for those who can’t see the gif, it’s K-VRC from “Three Robots” saying, “Oh, man, this is so exciting!”)

Congratulations to everyone who worked on LD+R season one, and to everyone who might get to work on LD+R season two. This is nifty.

12 Comments on “Love Death + Robots Renewed for Season Two”

  1. Congrats! More TV time means…I hope, more $ for assorted churros and for more trips to Europe. Not in that order! Again, congrats. You (and we) deserve it.

  2. lkeke35 – I am a Librarian Clerk in the Midwestern US. Its my job to know stuff (or at the very least, admit I know nothing, and go find out!) I love SciFi and Horror, Books, Movies, and television shows. I celebrate Blackness all year round. I am intolerant of intolerance.

    I really did enjoy the silliness of The Day the Yogurt Took Over, so i’m looking forward to any stories that might make it to the second season.

  3. Is Ghost Brigades still in the pipeline at Netflix? Seems like it’s been a while since it was optioned.

  4. Well how did I not know about this series? Binge watching has begun; I’ll be done by this time tomorrow. Any other non-written Scalzi material I should check out? I really want to see Redshirts, Old Man’s War universe, or any other work on the big or small screen! (Is there some blog or newsletter I could sign up for to find out such things?)

  5. About half the episodes were straight up bug hunts or some variation of “violence happens”. I do hope they can get more of the thought provoking stories and fewer of the bug hunt stories.
    The yogurt story was outside the box, aanndd it was funny. Zima blue went in a completely unexpected direction for me. And not a single murder in either of them. Ice Age was completely off on left field, which is what i love about SF.
    If i want a bug hunt, I’ll watch “Aliens”.

  6. I’m glad to hear it. I thought the first season was all over the board, personally. The episodes based on John’s work were uniformly fun and excellent. But some of them were hard to watch with my wife, due to their male-gazey nature. The first story seemed to wallow in some of it’s gratuitous elements and the third story (‘The Witness’), while visually interesting, also seemed like they were trying to channel Milo Mannara, which OK, fine, but I wasn’t really looking for that here and it really pulled me out of the moment and made my wife not want to see anything much after that. Which is unfortunate, as I think there are a lot of good episodes here; but a little restraint would do wonders.

  7. Greg says:
    If i want a bug hunt, I’ll watch “Aliens”.

    …or Starship troopers. Frankly, it was only the non-bug hunt stories in the show that I enjoyed.

  8. Slightly different question. Are there any more of your short stories you’d particularly like to see them adapt?

  9. longeyesamurai – I have transferred here from Vox (where I was known as Caprandom and La Canneberge Masquée) when it went all Atlantis on us. My unofficial title at work is Corporate Troubleshooter at BigMediaCo cable tv outfit, trying to stay one step ahead of my mouth ... Aside from being probably the world expert on divination through Magic: the Gathering cards, here's a (partial) list of my varied interests: 2 Frères, Alan Moore, Alicia Keys, anime, archaeology, Ariana Grande, art, Bachman Turner Overdrive, baseball, beaches, Bebe Rexha, Bernie Krause, Beyoncé, biking, Billy Idol, Billy Joel, biology, Bob Marley, books, Britney Spears, Bruno Mars, Bryan Adams, Buffy, cars, cats, Celine Dion, cheese, Chicago, Coeur de Pirate, Coldplay, computer, computers, concerts, cthulhu, Dan Gibson, David Bowie, David Usher, Dire Straits, Disturbed, Don Henley, Douglas Quin, dpchallenge, dragons, Drake, Duran Duran, Eagles, economics, Eddie Money, Ed Sheeran, Electric Light Orchestra, Ellie Goulding, Elton John, Eminem, Enrique Iglesias, Eric Lapointe, fantasy, Fiona Apple, Fleetwood Mac, Flo Rida, Foo Fighters, food, football, Foreigner, Frank Sinatra, Ghostbusters, Halsey, Heart, history, hockey, Huey Lewis and the News, ice cream, illustration, Ima, Imagine Dragons, intelligence, Japan, Jean-Jacques Goldman, Jerome Couture, Johnny Depp, Joseph Edgar, Journey, jrock, Judas Priest, Katy Perry, Keith Urban, King Melrose, Kiss, Kylie Minogue, Lady Gaga, landscapes, learning, Led Zeppelin, Les Soeurs Boulay, Life, Linkin Park, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, Madonna, Magic!, Mariah Carey, Marie-Mai, Maroon 5, Mary J Blige, Matchbox Twenty, Meghan Trainor, Mika, Mother Goose Club, movies, music, Natasha St-Pier, nature, Neil Gaiman, Nirvana, No Doubt, Norah Jones, Oasis, One Direction, Pat Benatar, Patricia Kaas, people, Phil Collins, photography, Pierre Lapointe, Pink, Pink Floyd, poetry, pop, Prince, Queen, Radiohead, reading, remodelling, Richard Anthony, Rod Stewart, roleplaying, Roxette, Rush, Sam Smith, Sara Bareilles, Sarah McLachlan, Selena Gomez, Serge Gainsbourg, Shaggy, Shakira, Shawn Mendes, Sheryl Crow, Shinedown, Sia, Simple Plan, sleep, sleeping, Slipknot, soccer, Steely Dan, Steve Winwood, Sting, Stray Cats, Styx, sushi, theater, The Chainsmokers, The Cure, The Rolling Stones, The Weeknd, Tori Amos, travel, travelling, Tricot Machine, TV, U2, Usher, video, Vulgaires Machins, words, writing, Yann Perreau, Zayn

    Good news!

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