Finally, after 3 years of suspension, Netflix is giving rise to more Black Mirror subscribers! It first debuted in 2011, as a dystopian drama which was a huge viral hit. If we look at the comparisons to the beloved suspense series The Twilight Zone, it’s attracting millions of viewers.
According to Variety, season 6 is set to have more episodes than the three-episode season. And will add to each episode’s budget, basically making each new episode a movie. There are no such details or clues about what stories will lead the new season.
Everything We Know About Black Mirror Season 6
This is possible after lots of legal and financial battling on the part of Netflix. Creators including Charlie Booker and Annabel Jones left House of Tomorrow. A production company supported by Endemol Shine Group, in early 2020. And immediately afterward they signed a remarkable overall deal with Netflix. It brings exclusive rights to any new project from “Broke And Bones.”
After that, the new production company of the Emmy-winning Black Mirror creators, Netflix, gives the streamer the choice to take over Broke and Bones at the end of the contract. But Endemol Shine still occupied the rights to Black Mirror. But recently Netflix came to a deal with them. They licensed the rights to make new seasons of the popular series. As explained, it sounds like they plan to make it bigger and more expensive than earlier. By bringing it in line with the best Netflix superhit Stranger Things.
Since the end of the last Black Mirror series, Brooker has worked on Death to 2020. It’s a mockumentary about the first phase of the Covid-19 pandemic. He along with Netflix followed up with Death to 2021 and Attack of the Hollywood Clichés. Just like the Black Mirror series, other series like The Crown, Sex Education, Bodyguard, Sherlock, Top Boy, Penny Dreadful, Peaky Blinders, and others have become one-by-one hits for Netflix! It explains why the streaming service is getting so much wealth from locking down some top UK content creators.
Synopsis for Black Mirror
This show looks at the darker aspects of humanity and society. This is followed by the theme of technology. Technically, The black mirror is the screen that rules our lives. It takes contemporary phenomena which are ranging from the crazy popularity of talent shows. TV, the impact of social media, and smartphones on our lives are used as a starting point to speculate how such phenomena could/would evolve in the future. Every episode tells a different anecdote with different protagonists. And yes this is focused on a unique theme.