While seasons 1 and 2 had just three episodes each (and then there was the one-off Christmas special), the straight-to-Netflix episodes were meant to be a 12-episode season. For any fans of the show, it is rather clear that season 4 does not feel like a Black Mirror season. Continuing from the Emmy Award-winning third season, fans were able to enjoy Season 4 when it premiered on the streaming service late a year ago. Charlie Brooker's twisty sci-fi anthology series has had a curious life thus far, as it premiered on Channel 4 in the United Kingdom and ran for two seasons. Based on previous seasons, we're anticipating a six-episode season.
Brooker and his team have maintained a high level of quality over the past four seasons, while also growing their storytelling ambitions since falling under the Netflix umbrella.
Black Mirror fans, rejoice! "I think even a number seven would just do us in".
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The series has received widespread critical acclaim, winning two Emmy Awards for the third season episode "San Junipero".
Of course, as you'd probably guess, this teaser includes several nods, easter eggs, and callbacks to various Black Mirror episodes.
The series was created and written by Charlie Brooker, and executive produced by Brooker and Annabel Jones. That seems to be the norm for the new seasons on Netflix.
Season Four of the technological dystopian future was premiered on the streaming at the end of 2017 exploring issues that are only too familiar with our world right now.