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Hitler died in 1945, but what if he died earlier? That’s one of the concepts the new anthology series “Love, Death & Robots” explores. This Netflix series is pretty straightforward. There are 18 episodes, and they last anywhere from 6 to 17 minutes. Every episode involves either love, death, robots or some combination of the three. The series starts off with a short called “Sonnie’s Edge.” Sonnie is a champion, a girl who connects mentally with an alien fighter. It’s a shocking beginning to the series inviting you to watch more. In another episode you find out six different outcomes of how life could have been altered if Hitler died before WWII. One of them shows a sexier side to the future if Hitler had died in a marathon fornication session with Viennese prostitutes. 

This bizarre series also confronts viewers with a potential present-day ruled by yogurt. Hilarious episodes are sandwiched between episodes with tragic endings, which provides some pretty intense tonal whiplash. But “Love, Death & Robots” thrives on the unexpected. This anthology puts you in emotional bumper cars, bombarding you with jokes, sad realities and those ever-entertaining “what ifs.”

Hitler died in 1945, but what if he died earlier? That’s one of the concepts the new anthology series “Love, Death & Robots” explores. This Netflix series is pretty straightforward. There are 18 episodes, and they last anywhere from 6 to 17 minutes. Every episode involves either love, death, robots or some combination of the three. The series starts off with a short called “Sonnie’s Edge.” Sonnie is a champion, a girl who connects mentally with an alien fighter. It’s a shocking beginning to the series inviting you to watch more. In another episode you find out six different outcomes of how life could have been altered if Hitler died before WWII. One of them shows a sexier side to the future if Hitler had died in a marathon fornication session with Viennese prostitutes. 

This bizarre series also confronts viewers with a potential present-day ruled by yogurt. Hilarious episodes are sandwiched between episodes with tragic endings, which provides some pretty intense tonal whiplash. But “Love, Death & Robots” thrives on the unexpected. This anthology puts you in emotional bumper cars, bombarding you with jokes, sad realities and those ever-entertaining “what ifs.”

Hitler died in 1945, but what if he died earlier? That’s one of the concepts the new anthology series “Love, Death & Robots” explores. This Netflix series is pretty straightforward. There are 18 episodes, and they last anywhere from 6 to 17 minutes. Every episode involves either love, death, robots or some combination of the three. The series starts off with a short called “Sonnie’s Edge.” Sonnie is a champion, a girl who connects mentally with an alien fighter. It’s a shocking beginning to the series inviting you to watch more. In another episode you find out six different outcomes of how life could have been altered if Hitler died before WWII. One of them shows a sexier side to the future if Hitler had died in a marathon fornication session with Viennese prostitutes. 

This bizarre series also confronts viewers with a potential present-day ruled by yogurt. Hilarious episodes are sandwiched between episodes with tragic endings, which provides some pretty intense tonal whiplash. But “Love, Death & Robots” thrives on the unexpected. This anthology puts you in emotional bumper cars, bombarding you with jokes, sad realities and those ever-entertaining “what ifs."

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