Hey guys, Jana here,

Netflix’sBlack Mirror‘ debuted way back in 2011. A more innocent time because we didn’t have deep, lurking fears about technology and how it could do anything but improve our daily life. Then came Charlie Brooker and the anthology series that has forced me, at least, to cover all the cameras on my devices with tape or sticky tack. Coming back for it’s fourth season, we’ve got a little, and I do mean little, information on the next six episodes.

The few details we have were garnered from the Edinburgh International TV Festival. Not only do we get a title, some casting and a director, we get a little teaser from each episode! I’ll say this much Brooker and co-showrunner Annabel Jones know how to make a person cringe away from technology! Netflix has greenlit 12 episodes, splitting the episodes into two separate seasons. We know the premiere of season 4 will come at some point later this year.

So here’s the rundown on directors and actors appearing in season 4.

Arkangel – Directed by Jodie Foster (‘Money Monster‘), starring Rosemarie Dewitt (‘La La Land‘), Brenna Harding  (‘A Place To Call Home‘), Owen Teague (‘Bloodline‘)

USS Callister – Directed by Toby Haynes (‘Sherlock‘), starring Jesse Plemons (‘Fargo‘), Cristin Milioti (‘Fargo‘), Jimmi Simpson (‘Westworld‘), Michaela Coel (‘Chewing Gum‘)

Crocodile – Directed by John Hillcoat (‘Triple Nine‘), starring Andrea Riseborough (‘Bloodline‘), Andrew Gower (‘Outlander‘) and Kiran Sonia Sawar (‘Murdered By My Father‘)

Hang the DJ – Directed by Tim Van Patten (‘Game of Thrones‘), starring Georgina Campbell (‘Broadchurch‘), Joe Cole (‘Peaky Blinders‘) and George Blagden (‘Vikings‘)

Metalhead – Directed by David Slade (‘American Gods‘), starring Jake Davies (‘The Missing‘), Maxine Peake (‘The Theory of Everything‘) and Clint Dyer (‘Hope Springs‘)

Black Museum – Directed by Colm McCarthy, starring Douglas Hodge (‘Catastrophe‘), Letitia Wright (‘Ready Player One‘), Babs Olusanmokun (‘The Defenders‘)


By Bryan Kluger

Former husky model, real-life Comic Book Guy, genre-bending screenwriter, nude filmmaker, hairy podcaster, pro-wrestling idiot-savant, who has a penchant for solving Rubik's Cubes and rolling candy cigarettes on unreleased bootlegs of Frank Zappa records.

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