In case you're not already feeling crippling existential dread during the Black Mirror off-season, we have just the immersive experience for you!
London's Barbican will be opening an exhibit on the history of science fiction this summer, complete with a full recreation of one of the Netflix's anthology show's most disconcerting episodes.
We're sure you haven't forgotten the first series' 'Fifteen Million Merits', in which every single aspect of Daniel Kaluuya and Jessica Brown Findlay's lives are judged reality show-style?
That terrifying concept has been brought to actual life as part of this upcoming exhibit, as the venue's Silk Street entrance is transformed into a video installation surrounding visitors with clips from the episode.
So if you've ever wanted to be publicly shamed on all sides, this is the museum exhibit for you! If not, you can rush through the 'Fifteen Million Merits' recreation to see props from Star Wars, Star Trek, Alien, Jurassic Park and Godzilla.
You can book your tickets now for Into the Unknown: A Journey through Science Fiction by clicking here. The immersive experience opens on June 3 and runs through September 1.
Charlie Brooker has more Black Mirror episodes coming later this year on Netflix, featuring ones directed by Triple 9's John Hillcoat and starring Andrea Riseborough.
The writer has previously promised that the new series will include a crime thriller, an "indie movie" and the funniest episode yet.
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