Black Mirror Season 6 Release Date, Cast, Trailers and News
Black Mirror fans were devastated when the show was pulled from Channel 4 and moved to the Netflix subscription service for season 3, but although the show’s quality has wavered a bit since the move, it’s still capable of the same jaw-dropping sci-fi spectacle.
With season 5 over, will Charlie Brooker’s dystopian creation return for a 6th? Here’s everything we know so far. You can also check out our pick of the best TV shows and movies on Netflix right now.
When is Black Mirror back?
Netflix confirms that Black Mirror will return in June 2023with exact dates to be confirmed.
You can watch the official trailer and the date reveal below:
How many episodes will there be?
Season 6 will have more episodes than Season 5, which only had three episodes. We don’t know the exact number, but the show has confirmed the cast for the first three episodes, with more to be announced.
Who’s in the cast?
The show still attracts a star-studded cast — and the sixth season is no different. Here’s who’s confirmed so far:
- Aaron Paul
- Anjana Vasan
- Annie Murphy
- Auden Thorton
- Ben Barnes
- Clara Rugaard
- Daniel Portman
- Danny Ramirez
- David Shields
- Himesh Patel
- John Hannah
- Josh Hartnet
- Kate Mara
- Michael Cera
- Monica Dolan
- Myha’la Herrold
- Paapa Essiedu
- Rob Delaney
- Rory Culkin
- Salma Hayek Pinault
- Samuel Blenkin
- Zazie Beetz
Black Mirror Season 6 Episode Details
Speaking to Tudum, showrunner Charlie Brooker said: “So this time around, alongside some of the more familiar Black Mirror tropes, we also have a few new elements, some of which I’ve already sworn blind that the show would ever do, to stretch the parameters of what even “an episode of Black Mirror” is.
The latest teaser (link above) shows off all the usual dystopia and violence, with scenes set in outer space, sentient Macs and more.
How to watch Black Mirror
Black Mirror is exclusive to Netflix and released as an entire season rather than a staggered release. This means that you will be able to binge-watch the show, as long as you can endure it.
Netflix prices start from just $6.99 / £4.99 per month and currently offer not only the produced seasons but also the first two seasons, which originally aired on Channel 4.
You can also grab Channel 4 episodes, Season 3 and Season 4 on DVD or Blu-ray if you want a physical copy you can hold on to.
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