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Black Mirror

Channel 4 and Netflix comedy drama created by Charlie Brooker.

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Britain has always been fond of its cranks and cynics, and soon TVGoHome was drawing more than a hundred thousand readers a month. Seventeen years later, it is hard not to see the website, which Charlie Brooker retired in 2002, as the prototype for Black Mirror.

Giles Harvey, The New Yorker, 23rd November 2016

The US election is NOT an episode of Black Mirror

Many have compared Donald Trump's victory to Charlie Brooker's dark sci-fi series - but who's laughing now?

Huw Fullerton, The Radio Times, 9th November 2016

Black Mirror enlists the best composers for series 3

Some of the best names working in the business are to lend a creative hand for the new series.

Jacob Stolworthy, The Independent, 3rd August 2016

Pokémon Go + Black Mirror = dark comedy?

Fans of the spooky, Twilight Zone-inspired British sci-fi series Black Mirror might appreciate this dark bit of parody that takes one of the most disturbing episodes of the show, "White Bear," and mashes it up with the world we presently live in in which bizarre, zombified humans are all wandering around with their cell phones raised, seeming to record everything and randomly congregating in random places because of some rare Pokémon.

Jay Barmann, sfist.com, 19th July 2016

Netflix: Black Mirror season 3 to get worldwide release

We caught up with Netflix chiefs to discuss the revamped return of the much-loved dystopian drama.

Jacob Stolworthy, The Independent, 12th April 2016

Netflix deals C4 knockout blow over Black Mirror

Channel 4 has lost the right to show Charlie Brooker's Black Mirror in the UK six months after the acclaimed drama was snapped up by Netflix in a reported $40m deal.

John Plunkett, The Guardian, 29th March 2016

Channel 4 fights to keep Charlie Brooker's Black Mirror

Relations between broadcaster Channel 4 and production group Endemol Shine have almost broken down over the right to broadcast Charlie Brooker's show Black Mirror in the UK.

Jane Martinson, The Guardian, 18th March 2016

Black Mirror season 3: more cast and crew revealed

Joe Wright to direct Bryce Dallas Howard and Alice Eve in new episode.

Christopher Hooton, The Independent, 11th February 2016

Gugu Mbatha-Raw will star in Netflix's new Black Mirror

If reports are to be believed, British rising star Gugu Mbatha-Raw and Canada's Mackenzie Davis are the first actors to be cast in Netflix's forthcoming series of Black Mirror.

Alice Vincent, The Daily Telegraph, 16th December 2015

Black Mirror to return on Netflix

US on-demand service Netflix has ordered 12 new episodes of Charlie Brooker's dark comedy drama Black Mirror.

British Comedy Guide, 25th September 2015

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