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

They talk about working with David Fincher, the different animation styles, and the symbols that open every episode.

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.

Each Volume of Love, Death + Robots is a collection of animated short stories that are created by different studios

that takes their own unique visuals and styles to convey stories from all across the spectrum of science fiction.

One of my favorite parts of the series is how every episode looks and feels different,

but they all feel like they belong under the Love, Death + Robots umbrella.