Black Mirror season 4 release date announced by Netflix

All six episodes reach the streaming service by the end of the year

Jack Shepherd
Wednesday 06 December 2017 16:06 GMT

Netflix has finally announced a release date for Black Mirror’s fourth season, the upcoming show reaching the streaming service on the 29 December.

All six episodes will be available on the day, including the Jodie Foster-directed ‘Arkangel', Andrea Riseborough-starring 'Crocodile', and Star Trek spoof 'USS Callister'.

Alongside the release date announcement, Netflix revealed a trailer featuring clips from each of the episodes.

During the twelve days before the announcement, the streaming service revealed more detailed trailers for each episode.

Meanwhile, The Independent recently sat down with creator, showrunner, and writer Charlie Brooker to discuss the upcoming episodes.

Other upcoming episodes — all of which will once again be self-contained films — are the black and white ‘Metalhead’, another titled ‘Hang the DJ’, and the creepy ‘Black Museum’.

All three seasons of Black Mirror — including the Channel 4 produced series — are available now on Netflix. Meanwhile, Brooker’s Yearly Wipe on BBC won’t be happening this year (thankfully, Black Mirror should fill that Brooker-sized hole).

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