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Netflix's 'Love, Death + Robots' Looks Set To Rival 'Black Mirror'

Netflix's 'Love, Death + Robots' Looks Set To Rival 'Black Mirror'

A brand new dystopian Netflix series is here, and it looks set to rival Charlie Brooker's masterpiece, Black Mirror.

Love, Death + Robots is a series of short six to 18 minute long episodes that are all completely different from each other in plot, characters and style.

The first episode, 'Sonnie's Edge' looks like a cut scene from a video game and then 'The Witness' looks straight out of a trippy Japanese anime show.

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All of the episodes loosely tie in with the show's title, thanks to their futuristic theme. Some are pretty grim and will leave you hiding behind your couch, while others are simply light-hearted with a dash of dark comedy for good measure.

Much like Brooker's Black Mirror, Love, Death + Robots will pull viewers in with a dramatic twist at the end, leaving us yearning for more.

Although it might not be to everyone's taste, arguably, one of the series most desirable qualities is the ability to wrap up so much drama in a quarter of an hour. Viewers can barely work out the setting of each episode before it has all kicked off.

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Viewers have certainly praised the show, which is executive produced by David Fincher (Se7en, Fight Club), Joshua Donen (House of Cards, Mindhunter), Tim Miller (Deadpool, Terminator: Dark Fate) and Jennifer Miller.

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The Daily Beast's Nick Schager said of the show: "Delivering bleakness and black comedy in distilled form via stories that rarely last more than fifteen minutes, it's like Black Mirror for the ADD-addled video game crowd."

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Love, Death + Robots is available to stream on Netflix now.

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Topics: black mirror, TV News, TV Entertainment, Netflix

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Emma Rosemurgey is an NCTJ trained Junior Journalist at Tyla. She graduated from the University of Central Lancashire in Preston and started her career in regional newspapers before joining the team in 2017. Contact her on [email protected]