- Netflix released an official Youtube sneak peek for “Black Mirror” season 6 on April 26.
- Charlie Brooker’s hit British anthology TV series went on a 4-year hiatus.
- The highly anticipated “most unexpected season yet” is scheduled to be released in June.
A sneak peek at the sixth season of the Emmy Award-winning series “black mirrorit was released on April 26.
Scheduled to premiere in June, the sixth season of producer Charlie Brooker’s British anthology series is said to be “the most unpredictable season yet,” according to Netflix.
Known and celebrated for its dark and satirical themes, the new season will include new elements that Brooker himself “previously swore blindly that the show would never do,” according to Netflix.
“All the stories are still tonally Black Mirror through and through, but with some crazy twists and more variety than ever before,” Brooker told Netflix.
On Wednesday, Netflix released a sneak peek at the highly anticipated dystopian series.
Brooker hinted that unlike previous seasons where each episode stands alone, fans can expect this season to be different.
“I’ve always felt that Black Mirror should present stories that are completely different from each other and still surprise people, and myself, or what’s the point? It should be a series that can’t be easily defined and can be sustained. reinventing himself,” the writer-producer said, according to Netflix.
The show will feature a host of cast including Aaron Paul from “Breaking Bad,” Danny Ramirez from “Top Gun: Maverick,” Michael Cera from “Arrested Development,” Zazie Beetz from “Atlanta,” and Salma Hayek Pinault from “House of Gucci,” according to Netflix.
Netflix has yet to announce the number of episodes that will be released, nor an exact premiere date.