'Black Mirror' is as creepily timely as ever on season 4

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Very little information has been released about each episode, though we now have all six episode teasers and a series trailer to dig through.

Taker a look at it above!

All six episodes will be available on the streaming service from Friday 29 December.

Black Mirror first aired on Channel 4 in 2011 - instantly garnering attention for its opening episode, in which the Prime Minister of Great Britain is blackmailed into having sex with a pig.

Black Mirror season 4 debuting at the tail-end of 2017 is a welcome gift. Series 3 gave us the confidence to take on new things and show Black Mirror could mean other things, meant that we didn't just have to be nihilistic and bleak. At this point, Black Mirror is nearly a respite. Check it out in the player below and hit the links for the individual trailers for each episode.

"U.S.S. Callister" is the fourth episode of the fourth season of "Black Mirror", and will be seen sometime in 2018. Are you looking forward to jumping into the worlds created by Season 4?

Publicly displayed memories are the basis of "Crocodile". "Hang the DJ" jumps feet first into the dating world, with a piece of technology that appears to predict the length of two people's relationship as they embark upon it. A woman is hunted through the lush countryside by a murderous robotic canine, and there's never a moment when you think this won't end badly.

"Black Museum", which stars Douglas Hodge, Letitia Wright, Babs Olusanmokun and Aldis Hodge, is set at a crime museum that showcases a number of high-tech items.

The black-and-white aesthetic of David Slade's episode "Metalhead" looks like one of the most visually striking installments of the new season.

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