Black Mirror Season 6 Confirmed: Netflix Not Announced Release Date

Black Mirror Season 6 Release Date, Episodes, Plot, Trailer, Cast, News & Updates
Black Mirror Season 6 Release Date, Episodes, Plot, Trailer, Cast, News & Updates

Black Mirror season 6 is in the works at Netflix. It’s been nearly three years since Season 5 of the dystopian drama aired on Netflix in June 2019, but sources claim that a new anthology series is on the way, and casting has started.

The plot for Season 6 is being kept under wraps, but The Reporter Times understands that there will be more episodes than last season, which included three episodes and featured Andrew Scott, Anthony Mackie, Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, Topher Grace, and Miley Cyrus.

According to a source involved with the production, the upcoming season will be even more cinematic in scale, and each episode can be regarded as a separate film. It will all be in line with the last installment as most of the episodes were over 60 minutes in length and were made with utmost high production values.

Who is in the Black Mirror Season 6 cast?

There are no official cast members for the upcoming installment as of yet, although casting is now underway, according to Variety. (Also Check: KonoSuba Season 3.)

When is the Black Mirror Season 6 release date?

The show has been renewed for a new installment, but Netflix hasn’t revealed an official release date for Black Mirror season 6 yet. According to Variety, production has begun, thus new episodes are unlikely to appear before 2023.

We’ve reached out to Netflix for more information and will provide an update as soon as we learn more. (Also Read: Trying Season 3.)

Is There A Black Mirror Season 6 Trailer?

Although an official trailer for the upcoming series has yet to be published by Netflix, keep checking back for updates.


Black Mirror Season 6 News & Updates

It will be the first season of the series since creator Charlie Brooker and Annabel Jones left their production firm House of Tomorrow in January 2020. Endemol Shine Group finances the show. It didn’t take long for them to start up again under the moniker Broke and Bones, and Netflix quickly invested about $100 million in the company acquiring a part of the business for a five-year period.

After Brooker and Jones left the production house, Endemol Shine Group kepts the rights to BlackMirror. Later on, it was acquired by Banijay Group in 2020 itself. As a result, Brooker and Jones couldn’t produce new Black Mirror seasons for Netflix until the recent deal.

Back in 2020, Brooker had doubt on the future of the show during the COVID 19 peak. It is clear that a bargain was eventually struck, and Banijay Rights, the distribution arm of the firm that holds both format and finished-tape rights to the series, has licensed its popular program to Netflix.

A deal was struck eventually, and as a result, Banijay Rights licensed its show to Netflix as it has all the rights to the series.

Since joining the Netflix fold, Brooker has kept a low profile. Brooker’s “Weekly Wipe” and “Screenwipe,” are notoriously known for their succinct BBC review forms. He applied the same spin to his Netflix year-in-review program “Death to 2020,” in which a slew of celebrities lent star power and jokes of Brooker themselves. Netflix released a “Death to 2021” episode in 2016. He was also involved with the special “Attack of the Hollywood Clichés!” during that time.

In February, Brooker launched “Cat Burglar,” an entertaining and clever animated interactive short in which viewers are asked to solve trivia questions in order to move the plot of a cat named Rowdy, who attempts to burgle art from a museum. It was a celebration of cartoonist Tex Avery, who worked with Walt Disney on such classics as Bugs

In February, the streamer launched Brooker’s clever animated interactive short, Cat Burglar. In it, the viewers were asked trivial questions to advance the story of a cat named Rowdy who tries to steal art from a museum. The show was a celebration of cartoonist Tex Avery, who collaborated on some of the most memorable characters ever created, including Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck.

Even after joining Netflix for two years, Brooker remained synonymous with Black Mirror. It is obvious that the streaming platform wants the series back.

The show originated in the United Kingdom, and aired two seasons on Channel 4. Black Mirror became a worldwide phenomenon after it was featured on Netflix. After moving to the streaming platform, the series achieved dizzying heights as the episodes were made with even more budget and featured many celebrities.

However, Netflix and Banijay Rights offered no comments for this story.

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