Black Mirror, whether or not it’s the unique British incarnation or the Netflix-backed continuation, is a present that’s nearly predictable in its unpredictability. Being an anthology present, it’s just about not possible to say how a given episode will play out, however barring not less than one very memorable instance, you understand that issues are going to play out in a bleak and horrifying manner that makes you query the whole lot out of your dependence on expertise to your actuality itself. So, whereas Netflix has launched a pair of preview pictures that tease the upcoming fourth season of Black Mirror, it’s laborious to inform what the episodes they’re from will truly be about. Nonetheless, that’s not going to cease us from making wild guesses.
This picture is the extra easy of the 2, which additionally makes it essentially the most regarding. We all know that is from an episode that Jodie Foster directed referred to as “Arkangel,” which stars Rosemarie Dewitt, Brenna Harding, and Owen Teague, however that’s all we all know. Primarily based on the picture, we’d need to guess that it takes place in a futuristic pediatrician’s workplace, and the stick that the physician is holding does some type of mind scan. Perhaps it will probably inform mother and father if their baby will develop as much as be evil? Or perhaps it’s truly a laser hairbrush of some form, and that is truly a high-tech stylist?
This second picture is clearly the massive showpiece of Netflix’s press launch, although, because it appears to characteristic Jesse Plemons because the captain of a starship, with Cristin Milioti and Jimmi Simpson on his crew. The timing of that is fairly vicious, with evaluations for Seth MacFarlane’s personal Star Trek homage simply popping out, however the truth that this appears to be like tremendous enjoyable and peculiar most likely means it will likely be much more horrifying than the laser hairbrush up above. This episode is known as “USS Callister,” which is both the title of Captain Plemons’ spaceship or some type of nanomachine drug that makes you suppose you’re a starship captain earlier than it kills you, and it will likely be directed by Physician Who veteran Toby Haynes.