The Latest 'Black Mirror' Episode Looks Even More F*cked Up Than Usual


If there’s one show that just keeps getting better, it’s Charlie Brooker’s dystopian anthology series, ‘Black Mirror’. 

We’ve had 13 episodes in total, and there isn’t so much as one that’s disappointed. You’d think that the man would be running out of ideas, but no. His brain is still whirring, and he’s still pumping out some of the best TV of the decade (/of all time).

Honestly, it’s a crime that the man only has two Emmys.


We’re just getting our first glimpses of the season four episodes (which will hopefully be hitting Netflix soon), and – to our utter delight – they look more f*cked up than ever.

Case and point. As part of their “13 Days of Black Mirror” (which is apparently counting down to a big Black Mirror surprise), Netflix have just released a trailer for season four episode Black Museum, which looks at what happens when “a lone traveller stumbles across a tourist-friendly crime museum with a shocking star attraction.”


The museum is filled with criminological artefacts, as the owner explains, “there’s a sad, sick story behind everything here.” 

While we don’t get to see the aforementioned “star attraction”, we’re guessing that it’s something monumentally f*cked up. The trailer pretty quickly descends from “day out at the museum”, to “this is worse than a Saw movie”, and we’ve got an inkling that that poor lone traveller might not make it out alive…


Starring Letitia Wright (Humans, Black Panther) and Douglas Hodge (The Night Manager, Catastrophe), Black Museum will be the sixth and final episode of season four.

Check out the trailer here:

(Kudos to anyone who spotted the mugshot of Victoria Skillane (Lenora Crichlow), who was in season two episode White Bear.)

Now, who’s hoping that the “surprise” at the end of the “13 Days of Black Mirror” will be the release of season four?

Are you looking forward to it? Let us know in the comments! 

Images via Netflix

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