A technological spin on The Twilight Zone, Netflix’s Black Mirror has gained quite the audience. The much anticipated fourth season is almost upon us and we are getting more teases by the day.
These trailers are part of Netflix’s “13 Days of Black Mirror” series, which means every day until December 6th, you can expect new surprises from the upcoming Season 4. We’ve already seen the trailer for the Jodie Foster-directed episode titled “Arkangel” and now we are getting two more.
Colm McCarthy directs “Black Museum,” which was written by series creator Charlie Brooker. It stars Catastrophe‘s Douglas Hodge, Letitia Wright (Black Panther), and Babs Olusanmokun (The Defenders). “This place ain’t for the faint-hearted,” says Netflix of the “Black Museum,” which is a display of criminology artifacts, ones that come with devastating consequences. “If it did something bad, chances are it’s in here. There’s a sad, sick story behind most everything here,” says the proprietor (Douglas Hodge) about everything except the main attraction.
Check out the trailer for “Black Museum” from Netflix’s upcoming fourth season of Black Mirror below:
Next up is “Crocodile,” which stars Deep State‘s Kiran Sonia Sawar. Sawar is playing a doctor trying to help a man dredge up memories of a car crash, seemingly with the help of a machine. “Memories can be subjective,” she tells him creepily. “They may not be totally accurate and they’re often emotional.” “Crocodile” is also directed by John Hillcoat, who has helmed such intense and gritty films like The Proposition, The Road, Lawless, and Triple 9. The trailer shows a woman (Sawar) questioning several people about specific incidents and introducing a technology that accesses a person’s memories.
Check out the trailer for Crocodile from season 4 of Black Mirror below:
According to the recent December programming list from Netflix, it doesn’t look like we’ll be getting season 4 of Black Mirror until early next year. This will put it almost neck-and-neck with Amazon’s Philip K. Dick’s Electric Dreams, another sci-fi anthology series which debuts on January 12th, 2018.
Additionally, Netflix also released an official posters for the “Black Museum” and “Crocodile,” similar to what they did with “Arkangle” only a few days ago. Check them out below:
Given Netflix’s recent flood of publicity for Black Mirror, chances are we will be hearing an official release date very soon so keep an eye on for that. The first three seasons of Black Mirror are streaming now on Netflix.