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Air Date: December 4th, 2011

Series Summary
Stand-alone dramas tell sharp, suspenseful, satirical tales that explore techno-paranoia.

Rating: TVMA

Genres: Drama, Anthology, Science fiction

Episodes

Next Episode - Season 4, Ep. : USS CallisterDec 29, 2017

By day, Robert Daly is the CTO of a tech-entertainment company, but by night he is in his own private cinematic universe -- based on a TV show he watched as a child -- as the commander of a starship exploring new worlds.

  • Season 4 - : Arkangel Dec 29, 2017

  • Season 4 - : USS Callister Dec 29, 2017

    By day, Robert Daly is the CTO of a tech-entertainment company, but by night he is in his own private cinematic universe -- based on a TV show he watched as a child -- as the commander of a starship exploring new worlds.

ratings & reviews

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  • All in all, it’s a season of Black Mirror you’ll enjoy if you like your sci-fi/fantasy/horror laced heavily with social commentary. Me, I wish the messages were ladled on with a lighter hand. Show More

  • Black Mirror is a treat for TV and a show that Netflix should pin to its front page with pride. It’s one of those dramas that you finish watching and head to your desk, determined to pen something half as good, or sit back and think: “Good lord, that’s clever.” Show More

  • 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

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Awards

Winner Outstanding Writing for a Limited Series, Movie or Dramatic Special
Nominated Single Drama
British Academy of Film & Television Arts (2014)