What’s better than a short story collection about the horrors of womanhood? Arguably, an anthology TV series about the horrors of womanhood. As Vulture reported on Thursday, Carmen Maria Machado’s Her Body and Other Parties–a 2017 finalist for the National Book Award–is currently in development as a Black Mirror-style…
Black Mirror is a show about the horrors of the internet and modern technology, so you’d think that creator Charlie Brooker would be particularly attuned to the toxic behavior people exhibit through their little black screens. During a panel at a recent event, Brooker explained one of the inspirations behind the dark…
All the Black Mirror fans who simultaneously love and fear the show, rejoice—it’s getting a fifth season on Netflix. What worlds within worlds within a smartphone can they possibly explore next?
Since its gruesome, pig-fucking 2011 premiere, Charlie Brooker’s Black Mirror has single handedly become shorthand for every time you’re even slightly suspicious of your computer. Over the years the show has evolved significantly, casting a wide (although consistently nihilist) net when it comes to the freaky…
Even though Netflix has not yet announced exactly when we’ll be getting the new Black Mirror season, they’ve decided to torture fans by steadily releasing new teasers for the episodes as part of a “13 Days of Black Mirror” celebration.
We already know from the movies that at any moment, we will wake from our cozy reality to discover ourselves geriatric prisoners having spent our lives at the hands of robots who force feed us ice cream to an ironically chipper 1950's jingle. Do we really need a reminder?
And now, a glimpse into a possible future where Netflix shows start cross-pollinating in ways that don’t make a lot of sense but are pretty cute to watch.
Thanks to Netflix and PBS, I can feed my British pop culture addiction without booking a Virgin flight. But American television executives are determined to ignore this luxury and cook up watered down versions of international shows like no one's ever heard of Pirate Bay (RIP).
This Christmas, the U.K. will be taking in a little technofuturistic paranoia with their seasonal cheer, as Jon Hamm appears in a special holiday edition of Black Mirror. And here's your first look, featuring Hamm and his stubble! (Oh, and costar Rafe Spall.)
This heart-stopping postmodern-Twilight Zone anthology series from Channel 4 is the only TV show that I have unequivocally recommended to every person I know, and they were always like, "Cool, where do I watch it," and there was never a good answer: until today.
Your boyfriend Jon Hamm and his beautiful hair have a new gig! Apparently, he'll be appearing on televisions in the U.K. this December on Black Mirror, a feature-length special comprised of "three interwoven stories of Yuletide techno-paranoia." Sounds Dickensian.