Polygon Pictures president and CEO Shuzo John Shiota revealed on Wednesday that Polygon Pictures labored on the third quantity of Netflix‘s Love, Death & Robots animated anthology sequence. Shiota didn’t reveal any additional particulars on his studio’s contribution or how a lot his studio contributed.
— Shuzo John Shiota 塩田周三 (@da_shooz) April 20, 2022
Netflix describes the sequence:
Terrifying creatures, depraved surprises and darkish comedy converge on this NSFW anthology of animated tales offered by Tim Miller and David Fincher.
The third season will debut on Netflix on May 20, and Netflix posted a teaser video earlier this week:
The science fiction horror anthology sequence tells completely different tales with completely different workers each episode. Each episode facilities on a number of of the present’s three titular components, and every episode has a special director and author, in addition to a special animation studio (although some return for different episodes). Polygon Pictures is the primary Japanese animation studio to take part within the sequence. Tim Miller, Joshua Donen, David Fincher, and Jennifer Miller produce the sequence.
The first season debuted on Netflix in June 2019, and the second season debuted in May 2021.
Source: Shuzo John Shiota‘s Twitter (*3*)