Anyway, the final Black Mirror season 4 trailer shows off an episode titled "U.S.S. Callister", which initially appears to be the most left-field entry of the sci-fi anthology series yet: it's set on a spaceship in a future based on the aesthetics of the original Star Trek series.
"USS Callister" is directed by Doctor Who and Sherlock alum Toby Haynes and co-written by William Bridges.
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The world of online dating gets the Black Mirror treatment in this mid-season episode, but it's not the Tinder or Bumble you're used to.
"USS Callister" will be the fourth episode in the six episode season and will be 74-minutes long.
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Netflix still hasn't announced a release date for the new six episodes of the series, though now that all six episodes of the new season have gotten their own teasers, an announcement of that nature couldn't be too far behind. From the 1960s hairstyles to the Khan-style villain on a planet that looks like a quarry, the Netflix episode looks like a huge wink towards the classic series. First of all, there's no way Black Mirror makes a space opera - creator Charlie Booker would sooner envision human beings stranded in a digital nightmare on earth than exploring the stars. But I think we've put a clever spin on it.
- "Metalhead", directed by David Slade (30 Days of Night, Hannibal) and starring Maxine Peake (The Theory Of Everything, The Village), Jake Davies (The Missing, A Brilliant Young Mind), Clint Dyer (Hope Springs). The episode from the upcoming fourth season of the millennial Twilight Zone has quite the cast-like Jesse Plemons, Jimmi Simpson, Cristin Milioti, and Michaela Coel-and a bunch of humor we're sure is meant to distract from its true sinister nature.
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Video: Something isn't right on the U.S.S. Callister - but at least the outfits look groovy.