When We Can Expect ‘Black Mirror’, S6 & It’s Possibilities?:
As for now, Netflix hasn’t announced any release date for the new season yet. The production for the series is in process, which led to the chance to delay the release of the fifth season. Therefore, we may have to wait until the end of 2020 for more new Black Mirror episodes.
Brooker (one half of the creator duo in charge of the anthology) has hinted towards some tinkering with the format of the series. Although, he expressly said that they were open to one-offs or an ongoing story or even spin-offs.
Here are some of the unknown facts and figures discussed.
How Many Seasons Of Black Mirror Yet To Come?:
Charlie Brooker’s science fiction anthology series first burst onto our screens back in 2011 on Channel 4. Where it stayed for two seasons and a Christmas special. However, before being snapped up by Netflix and delivered to a global audience.
But despite the show tackling hefty themes and navigating many tricky conversations across its five seasons. Moreover, Brooker and executive producer Annabel Jones are not done yet. Black Mirror has never been afraid to venture into the unexpected. Most episodes of the Netflix anthology include twist endings, and Bandersnatch, the interactive mindbending special, even included a storyline. They are allowing the viewer to speak to the main character directly. This did not just break the 4th wall.
Some Unknown Spoilers:
Black Mirror was first imagined by producer, journalist, and screenwriter, Charlie Brooker. That was behind previous shows such as horror drama Dead Set. Moreover hosted mocking news programs such as Newswipe and Screenwipe. He had written or co-written all but one episode in the series’ history – going back to 2011 when it began its life on Channel 4 – and serves as showrunner alongside Annabel Jones, who also executive produces the series.
Black Mirror was predicted by comparing it with the shows like The Twilight Zone. With distinct, episode-contained stories tackling our society’s. Often-problematic relationship to technology. We were exploring the dark side of social media, virtual reality, and even the afterlife in a sleek, bleak package.