About TV show Black Mirror season 5
A fifth series was announced on 5 March 2018. Black Mirror season 5 release date - 2019, to be announced.
Black Mirror Concept
British anthology series, in which each episode in another story sheds light on the dark sides of modern society with particular attention to the potential consequences of rapid technological progress. Thus "Black Mirror" draws the picture of a dystopian, yet not completely unfamiliar world, in which man increasingly abolishes himself - partly because he often submits to his new technologies seemingly thoughtlessly.
The first season was aired on 4 December 2011 by the British channel Channel 4. On February 27, 2012, the first season in the UK was released on DVD.
On July 12, 2012, the second season was announced, which was broadcast from 11 to 25 February 2013. Like the first season, the second season consists of three episodes. In February 2013, it was announced that Robert Downey junior was securing the film rights to the episode The Entire History of You. The film will be produced by Warner Bros. and Robert Downey Jr.'s own production company Team Downey.
In late September 2015, the US streaming service Netflix announced that it has ordered and produced a third season of Black Mirror with a total of twelve episodes; Charlie Brooker and Annabel Jones are on board again as showrunners. The first planned as a 12 -part third season was split during production in season three and four. On October 21, 2016, the third season was released on Netflix, which now includes six episodes, of which the last feature length possesses. On December 29, 2017, the six episodes of the fourth season were first published.
Black Mirror season 5 release date
2019, to be announced
Black Mirror is a British sci-fi series by Charlie Brooker that addresses the diverse effects of technology and media use on society. The plot of each episode is self-contained and tells independent stories, which is why the series is attributed to the anthology series. In some episodes, however, there are references and references to events or objects of other consequences.