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Netflix Announces "Black Mirror" Season 4 Premiere Date
07 December 2017, 01:49 | Erma Lawrence
New 'Black Mirror' Season 4 Trailer Reveals the Trek-Inspired “USS Callister”
There's a quite a bit that's already been revealed about Season 4 of Black Mirror, with trailers teasing each individual episode.
Netflix has announced the premiere date for Season 4 of "Black Mirror". The anthology series from Charlie Brooker was a hit, and after a Christmas special aired in 2014, Netflix commissioned a 12-episode third season for its streaming service.
Taker a look at it above! Charlie Brooker's dark anthology series offers a bleak view of the present and future of humanity, but it's nearly always a mind-bending ride.
The responses are often as diverse as the Black Mirror episodes themselves, which run the gamut from a brisk black-and-white horror thriller to a length Star Trek parody.
Black Mirror season four has finally been set a release date.
Like any reflective surface, Black Mirror often shows viewers a vision of themselves that they may not wish to embrace. However, thanks to the network, we now have sneak peeks of the six forthcoming episodes and a series trailer for our viewing pleasure. Despite the technology, it's one of the more humanist episodes. Once again, all the new episodes revolve around some nightmare scenario.
"U.S.S. Callister" is the fourth episode of the fourth season of "Black Mirror", and will be seen sometime in 2018. "Hang the DJ" could exist in the same social-climbing universe as season 3's "Nosedive", sketching out a world where young people's only responsibility is to find a life mate, with the help of an app, of course.
Publicly displayed memories are the basis of "Crocodile". They never get old, and there is no way you'll get sick of the twists at the end.
Elsewhere, "Black Museum" is exactly that - a museum of nightmares and unusual, twisting devices.
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