Black Mirror has been critically acclaimed for its happiest episode San Junipero. But what are the bleakest episodes of Charlie Brooker's creation?
Hold on to your creepy tech gear, “Black Mirror” fans! Charlie Brooker’s anthology series has been renewed for a fifth season at Netflix, the streaming service announced Monday. After giving us glimpses of “San Junipero,” “White Christmas,” “Nosedive,” “Fifteen Million Merits,” and more, the video cuts to the “Black Mirror” title card, then cracks, in exactly the way you’d expect it to. “Be right back,” Netflix then promises us.
Midway through its fourth season, Black Mirror reaches its highest level with an intrepid exploration of finding ‘the one’. The premise is set in a time where internet dating has advanced. What’s more, both Cole and Campbell play the parts with conviction.
With its ambiguous main character, and its timely look at technology and parenting, Black Mirror episode Arkangel emerges as the highlight of series 4.
A look at the ways the 'Black Mirror' episodes reference one another to prove every episode takes place in the same warped universe.
With spoilers, here's a look at how Black Mirror's USS Callister posits a perfect metaphor for nerd culture in 2017, and how to fix it.