Netflix Denies Arranging ‘Love, Death and Robots’ Episode Order Based on Users’ Sexual Identity

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Netflix is denying an accusation that the order in which viewers are presented with “Love, Death and Robots” — its new Tim Miller and David Fincher-created adult animated anthology series — episodes has anything to do with a user’s own sexual identity.

“We’ve never had a show like ‘Love, Death & Robots’ before so we’re trying something completely new: presenting four different episode orders,” Netflix said in a tweet Tuesday, following the 18-episode show’s March 15 launch. “The version you’re shown has nothing to do with gender, ethnicity, or sexual identity — info we don’t even have in the first place.”

That tweet was in direct response to a thread started by Out in Tech co-founder Lukas Thoms on Monday, in which he wrote: “Just discovered the most Insane thing. The Order Of The Episodes for Netflix’s new series ‘Love Death & Robots’ changes based on whether
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