The return of “Black Mirror” is far closer than you would imagine. Charlie Brooker’s popular sitcom will return for Season 6 in June. The performance once again has a long array of elite acting talent.
Aaron Paul, Anjana Vasan, Annie Murphy, Ben Barnes, Clara Rugaard, Daniel Portman, Danny Ramirez, Himesh Patel, John Hannah, Josh Hartnett, Kate Mara, Michael Cera, Monica Dolan, Myha’la Herrold, Paapa Essiedu, Rob Delaney, Rory Culkin, Salma Hayek Pinault, Samuel Blenkin, and Zazie Beetz are on the cast this season.
The season’s teaser (see it below) promises precisely the level of dysfunction, evil, and dystopia fans have come to love and anticipate from Brooker over the past several years.
Season 6’s production value is substantially greater and more theatrical in scale, and it seems to be even more violent than previous seasons. The showrunner for the “Ms. Marvel” series Bisha K. Ali is another recent addition to the production team.
She serves as one of the show’s executive producers along with Jessica Rhoades, Brooker and longtime collaborator Annabel Jones. This is the first season of “Black Mirror” that is being made by Broke & Bones, the new production company founded by Brooker and Jones.
Rights holders Banijay Rights granted Netflix a license for the format. Through the Netflix fan site Tudum.com, Season 6 creator and writer Brooker discussed the show’s return and admitted that he broke some of his own rules for the new episodes.
View the Season 6 teaser below:
According to Netflix, While “Black Mirror” episodes have always been standalone installments, Brooker hints that Season 6 follows a new model. A logline notes that:
“the sixth season of ‘Black Mirror’ is the most unpredictable, unclassifiable and unexpected yet.”
“I’ve always felt that ‘Black Mirror’ should feature stories that are entirely distinct from one another, and keep surprising people (and myself) or else what’s the point?” said Brooker. “It should be a series that can’t be easily defined, and can keep reinventing itself.”
“So partly as a challenge, and partly to keep things fresh for both me and the viewer, I began this season by deliberately upending some of my own core assumptions about what to expect. Consequently, this time, alongside some of the more familiar ‘Black Mirror’ tropes we’ve also got a few new elements, including some I’ve previously sworn blind the show would never do, to stretch the parameters of what ‘a Black Mirror episode’ even is.”
“still tonally ‘Black Mirror’ through-and-through but they have some crazy swings and more variety than ever before.”
“And bringing it all to life we’ve got an incredible roster of disgustingly skilful, smart directors working with a cast of actors so talented they frankly have no right to exist. I can’t wait for people to binge their way through it all and hope they enjoy it – especially the bits they shouldn’t.”
After a three-year delay, “Black Mirror” was originally announced by Variety in May 2022. Variety said at the time that the most recent season is even more theatrical in scope, with each episode being treated as a separate film.
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Before Netflix bought the rights, “Black Mirror” debuted on Channel 4 in the UK in 2011 and ran for two seasons. Big-budget, celebrity-filled episodes like “San Junipero” and “USS Callister” elevated the show’s dark core to stratospheric heights and won a host of awards, making the format a worldwide phenomenon on the streamer.
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