The trailer begins with footage from "Crocodile", the first episode in the series, which stars Bloodline's Andrea Riseborough - spotted delivering a speech to herself in a mirror and downing a glass of wine in the series trailer - as well Outlander's Andrew Gower, and relative newcomer Kiran Sonia Sawar.
While it's true that each season of Charlie Brooker's twisted look at the relationship between technology and society leans heavily toward the dark, some episodes have been downright upbeat.
Arkangel, directed by Jodie Foster, is about the lengths parents will go to to keep their children safe, while Black Museum, involves an exhibit that houses items linked to horrific acts. It'll surely emerge before the end of the year, with six new episodes.
"Everything happens for a reason", says the Siri-like voice from "Hang the DJ", a story that finds Georgina Campbell and Joe Cole portraying a young couple who are only given 12 hours together by "the system".
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Black Mirror creator Charlie Brooker has once again written each episode, co-writing USS Callister with William Bridges. "'U.S.S. Callister" is a space romp. And then you have "Black Museum, ' which is Stephen King-esque campfire horror tale telling".
Alongside the release date announcement, Netflix revealed a trailer featuring clips from each of the episodes.
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. What has been your favorite to date (ours is a toss-up between "San Junipero" and "The National Anthem").