The Black Mirror season 6 yet is coming soon. With only a few months to go until the release date, and with all of the information that has emerged so far, we’ve got a good idea of what to expect from black mirror season 6. We’ll list some fan theories about how the Black Mirror will end up being one long story arc!
The release date of Black Mirror Season 6:
If writing started in January 2021 after Brooker finished “Death to 2020,” the earliest we would likely see a new season of “Black Mirror” would be early 2022.
The cast of Black Mirror Season 6:
- Bryan Cranston
- Hugh Laurie
- Jake Gyllenhaal
- Tatiana Maslany
- Rosamund Pike
- Jared Leto
- John Boyega
- Lin-Manuel Miranda
- Adam Driver
- Danny DeVito
Trailer of Black Mirror Season 6:
Since Season 6 of Black Mirror hasn’t been confirmed yet, Netflix hasn’t released a trailer yet, but for now, you can watch the trailer for Season 5 to remind us how awesome this show is.
The Plot of Black Mirror Season 6:
The nature of an anthology series makes it difficult to predict exactly what might happen in a future season of “Black Mirror,” with every episode so far being self-contained.
That said, every episode takes place in the same world, with Easter eggs and similar technology popping up in different stories.
If we end up getting sequels to “Be Right Back,” it would be interesting to see how the android recreation of the deceased Ash (Gleeson) changes as time elapses. As he gains new experiences over the years, is he still Ash?
Or does he begin to deteriorate as time goes on, becoming a sort of abomination? For “White Bear,” we could imagine a scenario where the people being tortured by experiencing the same horrific day over and over again before having their memories wiped somehow manage to escape, kind of like a demented version of “The Good Place.”
Is Black Mirror Season 6 worth watching?
It’s worth watching, though not every episode is a gem. The season six finale “Black Museum” was the most interesting one to me because it had more of an old-school black mirror feel than any other Black Mirror episode before.”