Black Mirror season 4 gets a new trailer, posters and premiere date

Kelvin Reese
December 7, 2017

Black Mirror loves its twists, so it makes sense the show would fake everyone out by announcing the release date for the new season right after flooding its fans with teasers.

All three seasons of Black Mirror - including the Channel 4 produced series - are available now on Netflix.

Taker a look at it above!

If you can't watch until December 29th for new episodes, just binge-watch the older ones.

The responses are often as diverse as the Black Mirror episodes themselves, which run the gamut from a brisk black-and-white horror thriller to a length Star Trek parody.

Black Mirror season 4 debuting at the tail-end of 2017 is a welcome gift.

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What do you think of the brand new trailer for Black Mirror? Now episodes already have release date: December 29th.

It's a lot to take in, but don't worry, it's a lot more clear once you break it down into episodes. At this point, Black Mirror is nearly a respite.

Well with that news, all we can say is bring it on!

Staying on the memory thread, "Crocodile" is a muted look at a device that accesses memories, but the John Hillcoat-directed episode never quite finds its center or gives its antihero much of a personality. But will Season 4 continue the series' trend of dropping in some happier moments?

He boasts that "if it did something bad, chances are it's in here", and BuzzFeed noticed that some of the artifacts are familiar from previous episodes.

Hang the DJ is about dating in the near future and an app that matches people, telling them exactly how long their relationships will last. Tim Van Patten directs episode starring Georgina Campbell, Joe Cole and George Blagden.

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