Netflix’s Black Mirror series four finally has a release date
All six episodes of the new series will drop on the streaming platform that day, and Brooker has promised that this series goes even further than the show’s gone in the past. The date announcement above features snippets of all the episode trailers, but if you missed them, here you go…
Arkangel, directed by Jodie Foster, is up first, looking at the dark side of parenting…
Arkangel. pic.twitter.com/gYQUPCW1vz— Black Mirror (@blackmirror) November 25, 2017
Crocodile looks at memory in what certainly seems like it’ll be a fairly haunting way.
Crocodile. pic.twitter.com/eQL6XDkyCW— Black Mirror (@blackmirror) November 27, 2017
Hang The DJ enters the world of dating apps, which seems like it couldn’t possibly be horrific and depressing, right?
USS Callister is part Star Trek homage, part Star Trek spoof, that is sure to be really fun for the first two thirds or so then probably end up absolutely devastating.
U.S.S. Callister. pic.twitter.com/s6Tk2F8DNu— Black Mirror (@blackmirror) December 5, 2017
Metalhead appears to be (a) in black and white and (b) full-on terrifying. Which is nice.
Metalhead. pic.twitter.com/MDQj3IqLYz— Black Mirror (@blackmirror) December 3, 2017
Black Museum features a titular collection of macabre objects – “Chances are, if it did something bad, it’s in here…” – and dives into people’s endless fascination with horrendous true crime stories.
Black Museum. pic.twitter.com/cuq0zV1izY— Black Mirror (@blackmirror) November 29, 2017
THEY’RE ALL ON NETFLIX ON DECEMBER 29TH AND THEY’RE PROBABLY ALL REALLY UPSETTING, SO THANKS, CHARLIE BROOKER.
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