Darkness Falls: 'Black Mirror' Producers Preview Season Four

"I think this is a way in which you can explore lots of interesting concepts and reinvent the show from week to week—episode to episode, really—in the brave new world of streaming."
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"As 2017 comes to a close and the inevitable

Black Mirror

season four release date approaches, Netflix launched '13 Days of

Black Mirror

,'

writes Jackie Strause

. "The streamer is dropping season four bread crumbs that will lead to a 13th-day surprise." To read the full article and episode guide,

click here

An anthology series that taps into our collective unease with the modern world,

Black Mirror

presents each standalone episode a sharp, suspenseful tale exploring themes of contemporary techno-paranoia.

"I think this is a way in which you can explore lots of interesting concepts and reinvent the show from week to week—episode to episode, really—in the brave new world of streaming," creator

Charlie Brooker tells Matt Grobar

"Hopefully, you get the best of both worlds, in that you get a lot of ideas, and a lot of idiosyncratic content being explored, but you also get novelty, and it’s not a huge commitment if you’re a viewer." To read the full interview,

click here

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