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Here's a Look at "Black Mirror" Season 5…
Netflix and Charlie Brooker's Black Mirror returned to the streaming service on June 5 with with a three-episode fifth season that included:
"Smithereens"(Andrew Scott, Damson Idris, and Topher Grace) focuses on a cab driver with an agenda whose life spins out of control after picking up a special passenger.
"Don't forget to rate your drivers."
"Rachel, Jack and Ashley, Too" (Miley Cyrus, Angourie Rice, and Madison Davenport) focuses on a lonely teenager who wants to connect with her favorite pop star – and a pop star who's feels as if she's living another life..
"Ashley, are you ok?"
"Striking Vipers" (Anthony Mackie, Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, Nicole Beharie, Pom Klementieff, and Ludi Lin): When two college friends reconnect after a number of years, a sequence of events unfold that could alter both of their lives… forever.
"Is there someplace else you'd rather be?"
Black Mirror season 5 teased the all-star line-up in the official trailer – all of whom can be seen clip below. Under flashes of words "love," 'privacy," "connection," "sex," "family," "work," and "afterlife," the trailer highlights a season whose themes will include technology's (usually negative) impact on marriage, self-worth, mental health, and social media.
Three new stories about the future we should have seen coming. Black Mirror returns June 5th.
Netflix's Black Mirror offers a futuristic and occassional dystopian take on humanity's relationship with technology in a number of settings and environments, similarly depicted in shows like The Twilight Zone, The Outer Limits and recently YouTube Originals' Weird City. The Emmy-award winner has featured a number of high-profile actors over the course of its four-season-and-specials run: Hayley Atwell, Bryce Dallas Howard, Jon Hamm, Hannah John-Kamen, Jodie Whittaker, Mackenzie Davis, Domhnall Gleeson, and others.
Black Mirror was created and written by Brooker, with Annabel Jones serving as executive producer.