Shows Like Love Death + Robots
Love, Death + Robots is an adult animated anthology streaming tv series on Netflix. The series is a re-imagining of Fincher and Miller’s long-in-development reboot of the 1981 animated science fiction film Heavy Metal.
Love, death, and robots is a compilation of short adult animated anthology series which spans various genres such as science fiction, fantasy, horror, and comedy. It portrays a captivating storyline ranging from stories that explore alternate histories, life for robots in a post-apocalyptic city and a plot for world domination by super-intelligent yogurt.
This science-fiction animated series will want you looking for me. Below are five science-fictional tv shows like Love Death + Robots you will definitely love.
Black Mirror is an anthology television series set in the United Kingdom that explores a variety of other genres like speculative fiction, science fiction and dystopia. It was created by Charlie Brooker. With 5 series, it was premiered on the 4th of December, 2011 to 5th June 2019 with a runtime of 41 to 89 minutes.
Set in the future, several individuals grapple with the manipulative effects of cutting edge technology in their personal lives and behaviours. Starring Jon Hamm, Hayley Atwell and Daniel Kaluya, you just won’t want to miss any episode.
Although not animated like love, death and robots, it is still a look-alike as it tells a science fiction tale in its episodes. The series won the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Television movie three times consecutively because of “San Junipero”, “USS Callister” and Bandersnatch.
Have you heard of the matrix series? After watching it, you became a fan of it. Then you should consider Animatrix. It is a continuation of the matrix.
The Animatrix is a compilation of nine short animated anthology films based on the matrix series. Written by the Wachowskis (four out of nine), Koji Morimoto, Shinichirō Watanabe, Mashiro Maeda, Peter Chung and Yoshiaki Kawajiri, it was released on June 3rd, 2003 with a runtime of 102 minutes.
Set in the United States and Japan, the film is based on a battle between machines and humanity which brought about the creation of the matrix (actually Animatrix delves deeper into the backstory of the matrix series).
Give Animatrix a shot so you can get all the answers to those questions that have been on your mind concerning the matrix.
The Twilight Zone
In an attempt to survive unexpected situations, many individuals are brought to ruins. Based on the twilight zone, it uses technology to make comments on contemporary social issues.
Created by Rod Seeking and based in the United States, twilight zone is a compilation of short anthology stories with elements of drama, fantasy, horror, science fiction, superstition and psychological thriller. It was narrated by Jordan Peele (one of the executive producers). With only two seasons, the first was aired on April 1st 2019 and the second season was on June 25th, 2020. Expecting more seasons, the producers made an announcement in February 2022 that there will be no more additional seasons.
It is made of 22 episodes excluding Bandersnatch which total five series. Most episodes are written by Brooker with the involvement of the executive producer, Annabel Jones.
Based on characters trying to escape from unexpected and horrifying situations including the story of a selfish family that was ruined through cursed masks of a mysterious creature.
Twilight zone is a must-watch if you are really into horror, fantasy and science fiction tv shows like love, death and robots. TV guide ranked it 5th on the list of the 60 greatest shows and 4th on the list of the 60 greatest dramas. It has also been credited with re-popularising the anthology television format, and a number of episodes have been as prescient by reviewers. A webisode was produced by Netflix, together with a companion book to the first four series, Inside Black Mirror, which was published in 2018.
A mixture of all genres you enjoy is embedded in one movie. Set in the United Kingdom and the United States, electric dreams is an anthology series with disparate genres like science fiction, thriller and dystopian based on short stories by Philip K. Dick.
It was aired in the United Kingdom on September 17th, 2017 and in the United States on January 12th, 2018 and concluded on March 19th with a runtime of 50 minutes. It consists of 10 standalone 50 episodes written by British and American writers.
Developed by Ronald D. Moore and Michael Dinner, it focuses on the workings of developing the world fastest car that operates with electricity in Singapore. It is definitely worth watching.
On a journey filled with adventures of a travelling team in a spaceship. Set in Japan, cowboy bebop is a science fiction neo-noir anime and space western created by Hajima Yatate.
The television series ran for 26 episodes was aired from April 3rd, 1998 to June 26th 1998 on TV Tokyo broadcast. It features themes like loneliness, living in the past and the like. It focuses on the adventures of a travelling bounty hunting crew spaceship known as bebop. Although a collection, each episode can be standalone.
Have you watched all these movies? If you have not, then you know what to do. With these stand-alone series combined for you, you won’t have time to question if love, death and robots was the only series that depicted horror, animated sitcom, fantasy, science fiction with aspects of humour and drama.
This isn’t just kids animation but for adults, although not all recommendations are animated series but all are recommended for adults. Get your popcorn, movie partner, blanket, water, and remote because you might not be able to move from where you are viewing these shows. Enjoy your binge-watching!