Say what you will about “Love Death + Robots.” Yes, the first season had its fans (including this writer), but there were others that weren’t totally sold by the idea of Tim Miller and David Fincher’s Netflix animated anthology series. Regardless of your opinion about its quality, you can’t call the title false advertising, as seen in the new Red Band trailer for Season 2.

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The NSFW footage for “Love Death + Robots” Season 2 does highlight each word in the title, showing the naughty bits of sex, violence, and well, robots that populate the sci-fi anthology series. Much like the first season, the new 8-episode batch of animated shorts utilize new styles of animation to tell their stories, but each very much falls under the three main umbrellas of love, death, and robots, with some combining all three.

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For those interested in checking out Season 2, the new batch of “Love Death + Robots” shorts debut on Netflix on May 14. You can watch the Red Band trailer below, as well as look at the credits for each of the short films.

Automated Customer Service
(10 minutes)
Directed by Meat Dept (Kevin Dan Ver Meiren, David Nicolas, Laurent Nicolas)
Animation Company: Atoll Studio
Based on a story by: John Scalzi

Ice
(10 minutes)
Directed by Robert Valley
Animation Company: Passion Pictures
Based on a story by: Rich Larson

Pop Squad
(15 minutes)
Directed by Jennifer Yuh Nelson
Animation Company: Blur Studio
Based on a story by: Paolo Bacigalupi

Snow in the Desert
(15 minutes)
Directed by Leon Berelle, Dominique Boidin, Remi Kozyra, Maxime Luere
Animation Company: Unit Image
Based on a story by: Neal Asher

The Tall Grass
(8 minutes)
Directed by Simon Otto
Animation Company: Axis Animation
Based on a story by: Joe Lansdale

All Through the House
(4 minutes)
Directed by Elliot Dear
Animation Company: Blink Industries
Based on a story by: Joachim Heijndermans

Life Hutch
(10 minutes)
Directed by Alex Beaty
Animation Company: Blur Studio
Based on a story by: Harlan Ellison

The Drowned Giant
(10 minutes)
Directed by Tim Miller
Animation Company: Blur Studio
Based on a story by: J.G. Ballard