Black MirrorWe don't know exactly when "Black Mirror" will be back, but today Netflix revealed the first trailer for Season 4, as well as a cast list and some big director names.

Jodie Foster will direct an episode called "Arkangel," which appears to be about a troubled mother-daughter relationship, while Aussie "Lawless" director John Hillcoat will tackle an ep called "Crocodile." And Colm McCarthy, who gave us the British zombie film "The Girl With All the Gifts," will direct the "Black Museum" episode.

Jesse Plemons of "Fargo" and Jimmi Simpson of "Westworld" headline an episode called "USS Callister," which promises disaster aboard a spaceship. And Maxine Peake ("The Theory Of Everything") seems to be battling a killer robot in "Metalhead."

"Arkangel"
Cast: Rosemarie Dewitt ("La La Land"), Brenna Harding ("A Place to Call Home"), Owen Teague ("Bloodline")
Director: Jodie Foster
Written by: Charlie Brooker

"USS Callister"
Cast: Jesse Plemons (Fargo), Cristin Milioti (The Wolf of Wall Street), Jimmi Simpson (Westworld), Michaela Coel (Chewing Gum)
Director: Toby Haynes ("Sherlock")
Written By: Charlie Brooker & William Bridges

"Crocodile"
Cast: Andrea Riseborough ("Birdman," "Bloodline"), Andrew Gower ("Outlander"), Kiran Sonia Sawar ("Murdered By My Father")
Director: John Hillcoat ("Triple Nine," "Lawless")
Written By: Charlie Brooker

"Hang the DJ"
Cast: Georgina Campbell ("Flowers"), Joe Cole ("Peaky Blinders"), George Blagden ("Versailles")
Director: Tim Van Patten ("The Sopranos")
Written By: Charlie Brooker

"Metalhead"
Cast: Maxine Peake ("The Theory Of Everything"), Jake Davies ("The Missing"), Clint Dyer ("Hope Springs")
Director: David Slade ("Hannibal")
Written By: Charlie Brooker

"Black Museum"
Cast: Douglas Hodge (T"he Night Manager"), Letitia Wright ("Humans"), Babs Olusanmokun ("Roots")
Director: Colm McCarthy ("The Girl With All The Gifts")
Written By: Charlie Brooker

Season 4 of "Black Mirror" will debut sometime in 2017.

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Black Mirror
TVMADecember 4, 2011
Based on 23 critics

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