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Netflix's Black Mirror Reveals Season 4 Trailer, Release Date

08 December 2017

Black Mirror's fourth season will release on Netflix December 29.

Of course, this being Black Mirror, there's more to it than that, as hinted at by one reaction from crew member Nanette (Christina Milioti), but the teaser doesn't let on.

Black Mirror's new season arrives just in time to see off 2017 in the most apt way: streaming a television show about how technology reflects the worst of humankind.

The popular series, which won an Emmy a year ago in television movie and television movie writing for the "San Junipero" episode, will return with six brand new episodes.

Charlie Brooker's dystopian sci-fi anthology series, Black Mirror, has served up an intriguing Star Trek homage. We're also very much looking forward to "Arkangel", which features a story directed by Jodie Foster about the "helicopter parents" of a young daughter and the new technology created to keep her "safe".

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According to EW, however, horror-loving streamers can find the new season on their devices December 29. "Crocodile" will toy with the idea of memories and how hard it can be to replicate them.

Meanwhile, The Independent recently sat down with creator, showrunner, and writer Charlie Brooker to discuss the upcoming episodes. In this episode's futuristic world, a dating app (or "system", as they call it) not only decides who you can date, but decides when your relationship will expire.

Shadowing a woman whose comrades are maimed by a mystical "dog" at a storage facility, "Metalhead" is a trail story set against the vacant post-apocalyptic landform of the Scottish moors.

Season four's six episodes contain episodes starring Jesse Plemons ("Breaking Bad"), Jimmi Simpson ("Westworld"), Georgina Campbell ("Broadchurch"). "There's a sad, sick story behind most everything here".

Netflix's Black Mirror Reveals Season 4 Trailer, Release Date