Final 'Black Mirror' Season 4 Trailer Reveals an Official Release Date

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After releasing a series of teasers, titles, and set photos for upcoming episodes, Netflix has finally at long last given us the date Black Mirror will be back in our lives to make us feel weird, sad, and creeped out all over again. USS Callister is the most eye-catching new episode given its vibrant colour palette and clear Star Trek influence.

Netflix will premiere Black Mirror season 4 on December 29, 2017.

Though we don't know much about the new season, we do know it will contain six new episodes.

The trailer begins with footage from "Crocodile", the first episode in the series, which stars Bloodline's Andrea Riseborough - spotted delivering a speech to herself in a mirror and downing a glass of wine in the series trailer - as well Outlander's Andrew Gower, and relative newcomer Kiran Sonia Sawar.

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

Fans must've figured it was only a matter of time before Black Mirror was added to the release schedule given the PR train was running at full speed. In this episode's futuristic world, a dating app (or "system", as they call it) not only decides who you can date, but decides when your relationship will expire. "Metalhead" is a survival story that's in black and white.

After three seasons on the UK's Channel 4, the fourth season is a Netflix original with original writer and creator Charlie Brooker. The fourth season promises to live up to the widely lauded previous season, boasting high-profile directors like Jodie Foster, Toby Haynes, John Hillcoat, Tim Van Patten, David Slade, and Colm McCarthy, and stars like Breaking Bad's Jesse Plemons.

The proprietor vows that "If [an object] did something bad, chances are, it's in here".

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