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Daily Demand (Last 7 days)
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Average Demand for Love Death And Robots is 0.0 times the demand for the average show in Worldwide in the Last 7 days.
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Good
8.6%
Outstanding
2.7%
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About this title

Storyline

Love, Death + Robots is a 5-time Emmy winning animation anthology series produced by Blur Studio. Launched in March of 2019 on Netflix, Love, Death + Robots delivers a variety of style and story unlike anything else, spanning the genres of science fiction, fantasy, comedy, horror, and more. Created by Tim Miller with David Fincher as executive producer, the series brings together a global team of directors and animation studios to push and expand the medium. Eighteen shorts in all, Love, Death + Robots has something for everyone.

Country: United States

Type: Scripted

Status: Returning Series

Language: English

Release Date: March 15, 2019

Also Known As: LOVE DEATH + ROBOTS, 愛死機 |  See more »

Genres

Plot Keywords

gore
cyberpunk
violence
adult animation

Company Credits

Production Co: Blur Studio, Netflix Studios |  See more »

Cast

Ike Amadi
as Officer Mantus/Platoon Sergeant
Joe Dempsie
as Laird
Nestor Serrano
as Major Graham
Courtenay Taylor
as Helen
Sergej Onopko
as Private Kaminsky
Archie Madekwe
as Sedgwick
Antonio Alvarez
as Jr. Sergeant Okhchen
Braden Lynch
as Announcer
Yuri Lowenthal
as Young Man
Brynley North
as TV Kid
Julie Nathanson
as Jharilla/Meck
Alaïs Lawson
as Visser
Gary Cole
as The Inspector
Helen Sadler
as Sonnie
Jeff Berg
as Malenchenko
Nancy Linari
as Jeanette
Madeleine Knight
as Greta
Chris Cox
as Bob/Male Backgound
Elaine Tan
as Adult Yan
Alexia Dox
as Ohio Mom/Protesting Hippie
Henry Douthwaite
as Thom
Topher Grace
as Rob
Brian Bloom
as Hawk
Neil Kaplan
as Hank
Kirk Thornton
as Old Man
Melissa Sturm
as Bitching Betty
Laura Pacey
as Female Scientist
Dieter Jansen
as Young Hitler
Scott Whyte
as Future Nazi/Jake/Simon/Trot
Sumalee Montano
as Woman/Young Yan
Jeff Schine
as Five Zero/Henhouse/I-MC/Seven Zero
Beatriz Godinho
as Logan
Anastasia Foster
as Police Officer
Nolan North
as Detective Briggs/Ugly Dave/Vladimir
Noshir Dalal
as Officer Soran/Sergeant Pettibone
Carlos Alazraqui
as Sui
Graham Hamilton
as Decker
Ben Giroux
as Automated Customer Service Operator
Daisuke Tsuji
as Chief Warrant Officer Lee
Michelle C. Bonilla
as Commander/Officer Pentle/Pilot
David Paladino
as Private First Class D'Esposito
Hayley McLaughlin
as Jennifer
Grahame Fox
as Dispatch Voice
Gwendoline Yeo
as Tsiao Jung
Omid Abtahi
as Wes
Elly Condron
as Alexandria
Ben Sullivan
as The Man
Dendrie Taylor
as Ruth
Miguel Amorim
as Oxo/Stoned Guy
Tudi Roche
as Crazy Mel
Delroy Brown
as Ray
Brian Keane
as Bill
Fred Tatasciore
as Creature/Dracula/Flynn/TV Santa
Stanton Lee
as Sergeant Howard
James Horan
as Major Reyner
Andrew Hawkes
as Father
Chris Parnell
as The Cat
André Sogliuzzo
as Pearly
Roger Craig Smith
as Sam
Matthew Yang King
as Adult Liang/Host/Renshu/Young Man
Debra Cardona
as Maria
Alexander Lobo Moreno
as Brume
Divi Mittal
as Leah
Victor Brandt
as Corporal Pogodin
Maria Teresa Creasey
as Mother
Charlotte Hervieux
as Jennifer
Jill Talley
as Kali
Jeffrey Pierce
as Private First Class Macdonald
Rebecca Riedy
as Computer Voice
JB Blanc
as British Man/Supervisor
Maurice LaMarche
as Narrator
Mary Elizabeth Winstead
as Gail
Bruce Thomas
as Private Kaminsky/Sr. Sergeant Kravchenko
Piotr Michael
as Jharit/Police Radio
Ayana Haviv
as Singer
Emma Thornett
as Claire
Jonathan Cahill
as Micky
Sami Amber
as Billy
Sebastian Croft
as Fletcher
Brian T. Delaney
as Pilot
Adam Bartley
as Sobieski
Time Winters
as Dicko
Steven Pacey
as Railman/Steven
Emily O'Brien
as Eve/The Woman
Gary Anthony Williams
as XBOT 4000
Michael B. Jordan
as Terence
Rebecca Banatvala
as Suzy
Jim Pirri
as Master Sergeant
Jonnie Hurn
as Baris/Egan
Christine Adams
as Ivrina
Christopher L. Parson
as Bill
John DiMaggio
as Mike
Maddox Henry
as Young Liang
Josh Brener
as K-VRC
Mike Bodie
as Father
Samira Wiley
as Lieutenant Colby
Michael Benyaer
as Dr. Wehunt
Elodie Yung
as Alice
Stefan Kapicic
as Lt. Nikolai Zakharov
Zita Hanrot
as Hirald
G.K. Bowes
as Beth
Kayli Tran
as Girl on Giant
Aaron Himelstein
as Rookie
Jennifer Hale
as Proprietor
Kevin Michael Richardson
as Zima
Hakeem Kae-Kazim
as Simon
Peter Franzén
as Snow
Laura Waddell
as Gary

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

2019 | 18 Episodes

Season 2

2021 | 8 Episodes

Media

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Awards

Awards & NominationsSee more »

Golden Trailer Awards 2019

Nominee

Golden Trailer Awards

Best Radio/Audio Spot

IGN Summer Movie Awards 2019

Nominee

IGN Summer Movie Awards

Best TV Animated Series

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