Are you prepared for more mind-bending, dystopian future stories? The suspense has ended! The release date for the sixth season of Black Mirror has been verified. The question on everyone’s mind as they anxiously await the next episode of this dark and twisted science fiction series is: where can we stream it?
Let’s take a look at where you can watch all the action of Black Mirror season 6, from returning to an old favorite streaming platform to trying something new.
Black Mirror Season 6 Release Date
Even though the premiere date of the forthcoming sixth season of “Black Mirror” has not yet been officially announced, Based on the available data and estimates, the show is most likely going to return in June 2023, which is not a very long time from now.
Where to Stream Black Mirror Season 6
If you’ve missed any of the past seasons, you can catch up on Netflix, where you can also watch holiday specials like “White Christmas” and interactive Black Mirror films like “Bandersnatch.”
The technological progress shown in each episode can be used to infer its place on a general timeline relative to the other episodes. As an anthology, the episodes can be watched in any order without affecting the overall experience. There are numerous “Easter eggs” scattered throughout later episodes that make references to earlier ones, suggesting that they all take place in the same universe.
Since Bandersnatch takes place in 1984, it is at the very start of that era. The movie encourages audience participation by giving them opportunities to make choices with their remote controls. Like a “choose-your-own-adventure” book, the story continues based on the decisions the reader makes.
Bandersnatch has five distinct endings and runs for roughly 90 minutes on average. The shortest routes can take anywhere from 20 to 40 minutes to complete, depending on the viewer’s decisions along the way.
The Trailer for Black Mirror Season 6
On Netflix’s YouTube account on April 26, 2023, a teaser trailer for Season 6 of Black Mirror premiered. We get to see Aaron Paul in a space station, a strange flashy smiling face, Zazie Beetz using dial-up internet, Paapa Essiedu in a white fluffy parka, and plenty of technology (and humanity) going awry, all set to a cover of “I Don’t Want To Set the World on Fire,” in this trailer for the upcoming season.
Introducing the Cast of Black Mirror Season 6
The confirmed cast for Black Mirror Season 6 includes:
- Zazie Beetz
- Aaron Paul
- Paapa Essiedu
- Josh Hartnett
- Kate Mara
- Annie Murphy
- Danny Ramirez
- Clara Rugaard
- Auden Thornton
- Anjana Vasan
- Salma Hayek Pinault
- Samuel Blenkin
- Ben Barnes
- Daniel Portman
- John Hannah
- Himesh Patel
- Michael Cera
- Monica Dolan
- Myha’la Herrold
- Rob Delaney
- Rory Culkin
There have been instances of return performances in the Black Mirror series, so it’s possible we might see a familiar face in the upcoming season.
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How Many Episodes in Black Mirror Season 6
It has been confirmed that there will be more episodes in this season than there were in the last installment. All of the episodes will be exactly one hour long. The new production firm, Broke, and Bones, will allow for a greater standard of production value in the upcoming episodes.
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