Netflix Finally Announces The 'Black Mirror' Season 4 Premiere Date

Netflix Finally Announces The 'Black Mirror' Season 4 Premiere Date

Netflix Finally Announces The 'Black Mirror' Season 4 Premiere Date

At the end of the trailer, a release date for the series is finally revealed. Brooker is screenwriter of all chapters of new season (only one, USS Callister, signing it with William Bridges).

"Arkangel", the episode starring Dewitt and directed by Foster, follows a single mother and her daughter (Brenna Harding) over the course of several years as the daughter matures.

Over the past week and a half, Netflix has been releasing individual episode trailers for Season 4 of Black Mirror, everyone's favorite show about the dark side of technology and human nature.

The British series created by Charlie Brooker, whose first two seasons produced chain Channel 4 and, after six episodes and a Christmas special, later went on to Netflix, maintains premise of showing different stories in each chapter, with Different argument and cast, but with a common thread: how use of technology could affect different aspects of life.

Since they are standalone stories, they can be watched in any order, although "Black Museum" is sprinkled with details that mean more if you have already seen the other stories. Directed by John Hillcoat. Directed by Colm McCarthy.

- Hang the DJ, directed by Tim Van Patten (The Sopranos, Game of Thrones), and starring Georgina Campbell (Flowers, Broadchurch), Joe Cole (Peaky Blinders, Green Room), George Blagden (Versailles, Vikings). Starring Maxine Peake, Jake Davies and Clint Dyer. Directed by David Slade.

Starring Jesse Plemons, Cristin Milioti, Jimmi Simpson, and Michaela Coel, this marks Black Mirror's first-ever journey into space.

We'd tell you when Black Mirror returns to our screens, but as we mentioned, there's no official word on that yet.

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