Air Date: December 4th, 2011
Stand-alone dramas tell sharp, suspenseful, satirical tales that explore techno-paranoia.
Genres: Drama, Anthology, Science fiction
Season 4 - Episode 6 : Black Museum Dec 29, 2017
A traveler comes across a museum that boasts rare criminal artifacts and a disturbing main attraction.
Season 4 - Episode 5 : Metalhead Dec 29, 2017
While searching for supplies at an abandoned warehouse, scavengers encounter a ruthless foe and flee for their lives.
Season 4 - Episode 4 : Hang the DJ Dec 29, 2017
Paired up by a dating program that puts an end date on relationships, Frank and Amy begin to question the system's logic.
Season 4 - Episode 3 : Crocodile Dec 29, 2017
Mia scrambles to keep a dark secret; Shazia harvests people's memories of an accident scene.
Season 4 - Episode 2 : Arkangel Dec 29, 2017
Worried about her daughter's safety, Marie signs up for a cutting-edge device that will monitor the girl's location.
The new episodes aren’t perfect. Brooker, who has joint or solo writing credit on every installment, is more successful at building devastating second acts than he is at earning his endings, and several episodes turn again and again to social media’s terrors, as if vigilante justice and mob mentality didn’t exist before hashtags. Show More
The brilliant Black Mirror returns Friday for a third season--and its best one yet--on Netflix with six new episodes. Show More
Stephen King described Black Mirror as “terrifying, funny, intelligent. It’s like the ‘Twilight Zone,’ only rated R.” That’s actually giving it short shrift. ... What makes the series special is how there is always one more twist that you didn’t expect in the same way there is always some implication--usually for ill--in a new invention that we didn’t think of. This new season will only add to the acclaim. Show More