Cristin Milioti, Douglas Hodge, and More Set for New Netflix Season of Black Mirror

Film & TV News   Cristin Milioti, Douglas Hodge, and More Set for New Netflix Season of Black Mirror
 
Six new episodes of the sci-fi anthology series will head to the streaming service this year.

The fourth season of Black Mirror, the technology-themed anthology series from Charlie Brooker, will premiere on Netflix later this year. The six standalone episodes will feature a handful of stage alums, including Tony winner Douglas Hodge (La Cage aux Folles) and Tony nominee Cristin Milioti (Once).

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Black Mirror’s two seasons premiered on the U.K.’s Channel 4 in 2011 and 2013 with three episodes each. Following its increased popularity in the U.S. after it became available on Netflix, the streaming service revived the show with six new chapters. Each episode explores the dark side and dangers of technology.

Watch the teaser trailer for the fourth season above.

The new Brooker-penned episode titles—plus the directors and the actors appearing in them—follow.

· “Arkangel” Featuring Rosemarie Dewitt, Brenna Harding, and Owen Teague, directed by Jodie Foster
· “Black Museum” Featuring Douglas Hodge, Letitia Wright, and Babs Olusanmokun, directed by Colm McCarthy
· “Crocodile” Featuring Andrea Riseborough, Andrew Gower, and Kiran Sonia Sawar, directed by John Hillcoat
· “Hang the DJ” Featuring Georgina Campbell, Joe Cole, and George Blagden, directed by Tim Van Patten
· “Metalhead” Featuring Maxine Peake, Jake Davies, and Clint Dyer, directed by David Slade
· “USS Callister” Featuring Jesse Plemons, Cristin Milioti, Jimmi Simpson, and Michaela Coel, directed by Toby Haynes. William Bridges co-wrote the episode alongside Brooker.

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