After multiple teasers, Netflix released a full trailer for the fourth season of "Black Mirror". Charlie Brooker's celebrated and award-winning anthology series will be available to stream in its entirety on Netflix from Friday, 29 December.
As of season 3, Netflix had taken over production, and has exclusive streaming access.
"Crocodile" comes from The Road director John Hillcoat, and features some new kind of technology that can allow people to access memories - much like season one's "The Entire History of You".
What episode are you most excited to see in season four of Black Mirror? . While things seem normal, this is "Black Mirror", so some kind of awful twist is nearly certainly lurking.
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Not to worry though, because at least we'll have the Black Mirror to keep us company.
Six episodes make up the new season, with a whole host of big name stars including Jesse Plemons, Rosemarie DeWitt, Jimmi Simpson, Cristin Milioti, Aldis Hodge, Maxine Peake, Andrea Riseborough, Letitia Wright and Michaela Coel.
"Metalhead", the series's first strictly black-and-white episode, is directed by David Slade of Breaking Bad and American Gods fame, and it sets up a sinister world plagued by "dogs", clearly not of the Good Boy variety.
In the Black Museum, the owner and proprietor promises that "If [an object] did something bad, chances are, it's in here". The reasons are usually just creepy ones that say a lot about humanity's inherent failings.