It's that sense of realism that makes the episodes we've seen of "Black Mirror" so far so unsettling at times, and with the trailer above and the little teasers from each episode we've seen in the run-up to the new season, we imagine that's something that's going to continue throughout the new episodes.
First up is "Arkangel", being directed by Jodie Foster. Charlie Brooker's celebrated and award-winning anthology series will be available to stream in its entirety on Netflix from Friday, 29 December.More news: Facebook Launched 'Messenger Kids' Standalone App for Children Under 13
Not to worry though, because at least we'll have the Black Mirror to keep us company.
Along with all the individual trailers, Netflix also released a full trailer for the fourth season of Black Mirror.
"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".More news: Gunman reported at school with 'multiple people shot' - armed police on scene
- "U.S.S. Callister", directed by Toby Haynes (Dr Who, Sherlock) and starring Jesse Plemons (Black Mass, Fargo), Cristin Milioti (The Wolf of Wall Street, Fargo), Jimmi Simpson (Westworld, House of Cards), Michaela Coel (Chewing Gum, Monsters: Dark Continent).
Created by Charlie Brooker, Black Mirror's fourth season will be available on Netflix on December 29, 2017. "Hang the DJ" immerses itself in the real-life horror that is online dating. It's an episode that snuck up on even the most die-hard Black Mirror fans with its story of everlasting love that lived beyond our mortal realm thanks to advanced computer simulations. "There's a sad, sick story behind most everything here".More news: Austria Will Legalize Same-Sex Marriage Beginning In 2019
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