Black Mirror season 4 teases 'Arkangel' episode

Tom Chapman
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From Digital Spy

Charlie Brooker's Black Mirror is back for more, and season 4 has just unveiled a creepy new teaser.

Giving a terrifying take on the future of technology, Brooker's twisted world returns to Netflix on for the hotly-anticipated fourth season.

Ahead of the batch of new episodes, the show's official Twitter released an image for upcoming episode 'Arkangel.'

Under the caption, "The key to good parenting," it is safe to assume that children will be the focus of the episode. With the show's past being a grim look at modern society, don't expect 'Arkangel' to be quite as joyous as the promo material makes out.

The Emmy Award-winning show promises to up its star factor this season, adding talent like Jesse Plemons and Maxine Peake to its already impressive back catalogue, with 'Arkangel' even be directed by Jodie Foster.

Other episodes for season 4 are titled 'Crocodile', 'Hang The DJ', 'USS Callister', 'Metalhead', and 'Black Museum,' which give equally little information about what they will be about.

Photo credit: Netflix

On a show that features political beastiality, '80s-inspired VR paradises, and even paedophilia, anything is possible when it comes to Brooker's warped imagination. Expect 'Arkangel' to live up to Foster's promise of an "emotional rollercoaster."

With the creator also teasing that the episodes are linked in his own "Brookerverse," how will 'Arkangel' fit into the larker picture for Black Mirror ?

Sadly, with STILL no release date, fans are left in the dark to when Black Mirror season 4 will hit the streaming giant. In the meantime, at least we can enjoy Philip K Dick's Electric Dreams as a replacement.

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