Netflix Reveal 'Black Mirror' Season 4 Launch Date And Trailer

Netflix Reveal 'Black Mirror' Season 4 Launch Date And Trailer

What do you think about the new trailer for Black Mirror season four?

After releasing a series of teasers, titles, and set photos for upcoming episodes, Netflix has finally at long last given us the date Black Mirror will be back in our lives to make us feel weird, sad, and creeped out all over again.

Charlie Brooker's dystopian sci-fi anthology series, Black Mirror, has served up an intriguing Star Trek homage.

The fourth season will be released on Netflix December 29.

"Arkangel" is parenting à la Black Mirror, wherein a kid wandering off a playground is clear proof that "the key to good parenting is control", which means punching needles directly into children's temples.

"Crocodile" comes from The Road director John Hillcoat, and features some new kind of technology that can allow people to access memories - much like season one's "The Entire History of You".

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He also has two mortgages against his Trump National Doral Miami resort and a loan against his tower in Chicago. In July, he told the New York Times such an action would amount to crossing a red line .

INSIDER highly recommends the Jodie Foster-directed episode, "Arkangel", about a surveillance tool.

Cole herself looks like a fun character - while off-ship on a mission, she starts to whine about an overly dramatic villain and is immediately shushed by a more dedicated crew member.

There are a few brief shots of new footage supplementing the ultimate tease of a tantalizingly near premiere date, but the main draw from this announcement is that with Black Mirror, even the marketing and production can sometimes be a misdirection.

USS Callister, directed by Toby Haynes (Sherlock) and starring Jesse Plemons, Cristin Milioti, Jimmi Simpson, and Michaela Coel.

The proprietor vows that "If [an object] did something bad, chances are, it's in here". The reasons are usually just creepy ones that say a lot about humanity's inherent failings.

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