Black Mirror Season 4 Teaser Gives Us First Look at The Star Trek-Inspired Episode

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Netflix has released the first teaser for Black Mirror Season 4. Just like Season 3, the fourth season will have six standalone episodes, and the teaser reveals their titles and a snippet of footage for each one. There's even a Star Trek-inspired episode, which is titled "USS Callister". It looks like the fourth season will feature unique stories full of depth and spectacle.

Watch the teaser below:

Black Mirror
taps into the collective unease of the modern world, with each standalone episode delivering a sharp, suspenseful tale of the myriad of ways technology has transformed all aspects of human life — in every home, on every desk, in every palm; on a plasma screen, monitor or Smartphone.

Black Mirror is one of my favorite shows on Netflix. Go catch up on the streaming service before the new season comes out.

Check out the list of episodes and cast involved (via THR):

The previously announced Jodie Foster-directed episode now has a title, "Arkangel," and along with Rosemarie Dewitt will also star Brenna Harding (
A Place to Call Home
) and
's Owen Teague.
"USS Callister" reunites
alums Jesse Plemons and Cristin Milioti, along with
's Jimmi Simpson and Michaela Coel (
Chewing Gum
Monsters: Dark Continent
). The episode is directed by Toby Haynes (
Dr Who
"Crocodile" stars Andrea Riseborough (
), Andrew Gower (
) and Kiran Sonia Sawar (
Murdered By My Father
), and is directed by John Hillcoat (
Triple Nine, Lawless
"Hang the DJ" stars Georgina Campbell (
Flowers, Broadchurch
), Joe Cole (
Peaky Blinders, Green Room
) and George Blagden (Versailles, Vikings), and is directed by Tim Van Patten (
The Sopranos, Game of Thrones
"Metalhead" stars Maxine Peake (
The Theory Of Everything, The Village
), Jake Davies (
The Missing, A Brilliant Young Mind
) and Clint Dyer (Hope Springs), and is directed by David Slade (
Hannibal, American Gods
"Black Museum" stars
's Douglas Hodge, Letitia Wright (
Humans, Ready Player One
) and Babs Olusanmokun (
Roots, The Defenders
), and is directed by Colm McCarthy.

Netflix hasn't announced a release date for Black Mirror's new season yet but we can't wait to stream it becomes available.

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