The show dropped it's new trailer on Twitter Wednesday revealing that new episodes will be made available June 5.
Black Mirror delights in shocking its viewers, but the biggest shock it pulled happened before its upcoming fifth season actually hits Netflix. The performances were on point and the series' trademark anti-tech stance was explored from a fun new angle, but the episode itself (really more of a feature, but let's not get dragged into that debate again) felt more like a moderately amusing diversion than the Black Mirror we all know and love.
Text in the trailer specifically refers to "three new stories", which suggests this might be an incredibly short season. Netflix has announced that the latest season of the highly acclaimed sci-fi anthology series will be released on June 5.
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The trailer makes it look like Charlie Brooker's dark anthology series will be tackling smart home devices, our collective obsession with fame, diminishing privacy and the frightful sound of a bunch of unsilenced phones.
Miley Cyrus will be reflected in the Black Mirror next month. Historically, anyone who uses those memory-reviewing eye pieces on Black Mirror is usually in for a world of personal pain.
Though Netflix has not released synopses for these new installments, the promo teases appearances from Miley Cyrus (as an anxious-looking pop star who can rock pastel-colored hair); Topher Grace (That '70s Show) as a mysterious, stoic character; and Anthony Mackie (Altered Carbon) and Nicole Beharie (Sleepy Hollow) as a couple seemingly working through infidelity issues.