The British series created by Charlie Brooker, whose first two seasons produced chain Channel 4 and, after six episodes and a Christmas special, later went on to Netflix, maintains premise of showing different stories in each chapter, with Different argument and cast, but with a common thread: how use of technology could affect different aspects of life.
Netflix still hasn't announced a release date for the new six episodes of the series, though now that all six episodes of the new season have gotten their own teasers, an announcement of that nature couldn't be too far behind.
The third episode of Black Mirror season 4, "Hang the DJ", is centred on a new-age dating system that maps out a series of relationships in order to find the ideal match, the One. The episode, directed by Colm McCarthy, stars Douglas Hodge, Letitia Wright, and Babs Olusanmokun.
A final full trailer for Black Mirror season 4 has arrived, combining clips from the previously released episode trailers for an ominous collection of footage that is ironically soundtracked by Louis Armstrong's "What A Wonderful World".
"Crocodile", directed by The Road's John Hillcoat, takes place in Iceland, in a future where memories are no longer private.
High Court allows full enforcement of Trump travel ban
Michael S Glassner, executive director of Donald J Trump for President campaign committee, welcomed the decision. The second one expired in September after a long court fight and was replaced with the present version.
Black Museum - If it did something bad, chances are it's in here. Tim Van Patten directs episode starring Georgina Campbell, Joe Cole and George Blagden. Directed by David Slade.
A double dose of Black Mirror goodness for you today.
"USS Callister" is a feature length episode, during which much of the story is set in space, directed by Toby Haynes and starring Plemons, Cristin Milioti, Jimmi Simpson and Michaela Coel.