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News New Black Mirror Season 3 Trailer Teases Creepy Stories in a Dystopian Future

News Bot Oct 10, 2016

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    The Black Mirror Twitter account released the official trailer for Season 3 today, and it looks like the third season will make technology seem even more terrifying than ever.

    The dystopian anthology series continues with six new stories in Season 3. Two of these episodes were helmed by 10 Cloverfield Lane director Dan Trachtenberg and Pride & Prejudice director Joe Wright. You can take a peek at what some of the stories will be about in the video below.

    Nothing you see here can physically harm you. 6 new stories, October 21. pic.twitter.com/STTOxWAEvo

    — Black Mirror (@blackmirror) October 7, 2016

    Some of the recognizable faces in Season 3 include Bryce Dallas Howard (Jurassic World), Jerome Flynn (Game of Thrones), Wyatt Russell (22 Jump Street), Gugu Mbatha-Raw (Jupiter Ascending), and Michael Kelly (House of Cards).

    Black Mirror Season 3 hits Netflix exclusively on October 21.

    Netflix ordered 12 episodes of Black Mirror last year, but the other six have yet to receive release dates or any other information. In related news, RadioTimes reports that at a Season 3 screening, executive producer Annabel Jones confirmed that we'll see a fourth season of Black Mirror on Netflix, possibly indicating that's when we'll see the other six episodes.

    "When you're ready to do the next series you do [it]," she said. "Thankfully Netflix loved the show, stepped in and commissioned six films. So that allows us to play out on a bigger canvas, and take more risks, explore worlds without destabilising the Black Mirror sensibility. It's great. And we've got another season coming up too."

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