Finally, here's the full-season trailer, which combines footage from all six new episodes into a definitive statement about Black Mirror itself: happiness is fleeting, the world is scary, but everything happens for a reason.
Taker a look at it above! A suitably chilling trailer accompanied today's media dump (see above), which cuts between each new chapter in Charlie Brooker's Emmy-winning anthology series. The next round consists of six stand-alone episodes, including the 76-minute Star Trek-ian entry, "U.S.S. Callister", and the show's first-ever black-and-white episode, "Metalhead".
And here we are, with a final trailer for Black Mirror and the coveted release date. Series 3 gave us the confidence to take on new things and show Black Mirror could mean other things, meant that we didn't just have to be nihilistic and bleak.
I say torture because, while the trailers have been fairly strong, they haven't revealed a release date yet...until now. At this point, Black Mirror is nearly a respite. "Hang the DJ" immerses itself in the real-life horror that is online dating.
Opening episode Crocodile is about a device that allows law enforcement to see the memories of people who witnessed a crime, so they can clear up details of what they saw or didn't see. Although very little has been announced about the episodes themselves, there will be 6 new episodes for us to binge-watch but also feel absolutely mind f*cked after.
In the Black Museum, the owner and proprietor promises that "If [an object] did something bad, chances are, it's in here". Tim Van Patten directs episode starring Georgina Campbell, Joe Cole and George Blagden.
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