Black Mirror announces premiere date and trailer twist for fans

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After months of waiting and plenty of teasers, we now finally have the official trailer for the highly anticipated season four of Black Mirror.

Earlier this year, Charlie Brooker told the Telegraph that the series will shift, saying the new episodes will have "some strikingly different tones and looks". As usual, this season contains plenty of surprises. Charlie Brooker had only signed a deal with Netflix for 12 new episodes and season 4 would complete that deal. With such wide-ranging scope (including the technological and psychological paranoia fans have come to expect from the show), this season is sure to have something to pique the interest of nearly all sci-fi enthusiasts this holiday season.

During the twelve days before the announcement, the streaming service revealed more detailed trailers for each episode.

And here we are, with a final trailer for Black Mirror and the coveted release date. Jodie Foster directs first chapter of new season, starring Rosemarie Dewitt, Brenna Harding and Owen Teague.

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"Hang the DJ" follows two characters who live in a world where everyone is paired up using an advanced dating system. The first is "USS Callister", which presents Black Mirror in space-a welcome premise.

"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. Directed by Colm McCarthy.

A final full trailer for Black Mirror season 4 has arrived, combining clips from the previously released episode trailers for an ominous collection of footage that is ironically soundtracked by Louis Armstrong's "What A Wonderful World".