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Tuesday, 9 January 2018

Black Mirror returns stronger than ever with a shorter, more meaningful season

Black Mirror returns stronger than ever with a shorter, more meaningful season: Black Mirror Season 4 was the best gift Netflix gave us this Christmas season. The fourth round of this through-the-looking-glass, tech-focused anthology series takes us down some even murkier moral and existential routes than last season, exploring everything from sentient AI, surveillance and psychological torture to a masterful addressing of race. Those who have not yet checked out the season wasted a significant portion of their New Year’s break. Those who have yet to hear of the series might as well just cancel their Netflix subscriptions now and be done with television altogether.

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