Netflix Announces "Black Mirror" Season Five

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While the premiere date and number of episodes in the season hasn't been determined just yet, knowing there's another season scheduled for in the near future is enough to leave fans in a whirlwind of excitement.

As we noted in our review of Black Mirror season four, it is impossibly hard to keep an anthology series going.

As for the video, the "Be Right Back" tagline at the end is a nod to the Season 2 episode, and the clip itself is eerily reminiscent of Season 4's Black Museum episode.

The creative duo took their time when creating seasons three and four, as the series became more vast and ambitious in scope, aiming to tackle new genres and themes so as to remain unpredictable.

Given that Black Mirror is been known for A-list talent like Jon Hamm, Bryce Dallas Howard and Jesse Plemons, the dystopian horror is guaranteed to bring on some more big stars for Season 5.

There have been two episodes that inspired a tiny bit of hope and happiness and who knows, maybe Brooker will chuck in a few more of those for the fifth instalment.

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While each episode has its merits, there are some episodes that are truly exquisite.

The sci-fi show is returning once again and viewers can't wait to see what creator Charlie Brooker has in store for them next.

Are you a fan of Black Mirror? Such is the Black Mirror way.

The first four seasons of Black Mirror are now available on Netflix. The book is now listed for a 2025 release date, but I have a feeling that's just a placeholder until the official date is announced. Without questioning it, technology has transformed all aspects of our lives; in every home; on every desk; in every palm - a plasma screen; a monitor; a Smartphone - a Black Mirror reflecting our 21st Century existence back at us.

Much like with The Twilight Zone and The Outer Limits, each standalone episode of Black Mirror features a different cast and a new storyline.