Black Mirror Season 4 Gets A Full Trailer, Release Date Revealed

For the past several days, the folks at Netflix have been torturing fans with a bunch of trailers for the different episodes of the upcoming season of Black Mirror.

I say torture because, while the trailers have been fairly strong, they haven’t revealed a release date yet…until now. In the full trailer for the upcoming season — which shows clips from all the impending episodes — we get a release date of December 29, 2017.

This new season of Black Mirror will give audiences six more episodes: “Crocodile,” “Arkangel,” “Hang the DJ,” “USS Callister,” “Metalhead,” and “Black Museum.”

Check out the trailers for each of these episodes below:

Black Mirror is an ongoing anthology series that kind of functions as a modern Twilight Zone. The premises are usually sci-fi and nature, and make commentaries on social issues and the human condition in general. One of the strengths of a show like this is that unlike most TV these days, you don’t need to watch any of them in order. You can pretty much hop in and out whenever you feel like it.

What do you think of the brand new trailer for Black Mirror? Are you looking forward to jumping into the worlds created by Season 4? Let us know your thoughts down below!

Black Mirror Seasons 1-3 are all currently streaming on Netflix.

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SOURCE: Netflix

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