Love, Death & Robots: Volume 3 TV review - Aussieboyreviews


This season definitely provides the best episodes of the entire series, but not all are great. Alike the previous seasons, expect animated violent stories and language.


The third collection of animated short stories ranging through the horror, science fiction, comedy, fantasy and adventure genres each set in different dimensions.

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TV details

Creator: Tim Miller
Cast: Josh Brener, Katie Lowes, Gary Anthony Williams, Troy Baker, Mackenzie Davis, Joel McHale, Craig Ferguson, Joe Manganiello
Release Date (Australia): 20 May 2022
Episodes: Three Robots: Exit Strategies / Bad Travelling / The Very Pulse of the Machine / Night of the Mini Dead / Kill Team Kill / Swarm / Mason’s Rats / In Vaulted Halls Entombed / Jibaro
Genre: Animation, Sci-Fi, Action
Country: USA
Language: English

CONTENT GUIDE (warning: May contain spoilers)

Themes (MA15+)

There are science fiction themes and fantasy themes present throughout the series, as well as zombie and creature attacks.

Violence (MA15+)

The series features animated creature attacks, shootings, stabbings and attacks with blunt weapons that are often accompanied by very large blood sprays and blood detail.

Coarse Language (M)

The series includes use of the words “f**k”, “s**t” and “d**k”.

Nudity (MA15+)

A man’s animated genitals are briefly depicted as he urinates.

Sex (M)

The series includes sexual references and distant animated depictions of people having sex.

Aussie boy's thoughts

Netflix’s third season of Love, Death & Robots proves that the series can keep on improving. Volume 1 was packed with animated short stories with sci-fi, fantasy, horror, adventure and action themes. Volume 2 decreased the amount of episodes and the stories were better. But Season 3 is the best of them all due to how entertaining and compelling the creative tales are, but of course, not all of the episodes are great; some of them are just boring.

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