Black Mirror (2011 — 2019)

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TitleBlack Mirror
Year2011 — 2019
CountryUnited Kingdom
GenreScience Fiction (TV Shows)
FranchiseBlack Mirror (2011 - 2019)
Run Time58 min
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Black Mirror is a British anthology television series created by Charlie Brooker. Individual episodes explore a diversity of genres, but most are near-future dystopias utilising a science fiction technology—a type of speculative fiction. The series is based on The Twilight Zone and uses technology to comment on contemporary social issues. Most episodes are written by Brooker, with heavy involvement by the executive producer Annabel Jones. There are 22 episodes across five series and one special, in addition to the interactive film Black Mirror: Bandersnatch (2018). The first two series aired on the British network Channel 4 in 2011 and 2013, as did the 2014 special “White Christmas”. The programme then moved to Netflix, where three further series aired in 2016, 2017 and 2019. Two related webisode series were produced by Netflix, and a companion book to the first four series, Inside Black Mirror, was published in 2018. Soundtracks to many episodes have been released as albums.

The series has received critical acclaim and is considered by many reviewers to be one of the best television series of the 2010s. With “San Junipero”, “USS Callister” and Bandersnatch, the programme won the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Television Movie three times consecutively. However, some critics consider the morality of the series obvious or cite declining quality over time. Black Mirror has been credited with repopularising the anthology television format, and a number of episodes have been seen by reviewers as prescient.

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Black Mirror
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Cast:

Rory Kinnear Rory Kinnear
Michael Callow (1.1. 'National Anthem')
Lindsay Duncan Lindsay Duncan
Alex Cairns (1.1. 'The National Anthem')
Chetna Pandya Chetna Pandya
Malaika (1.1. 'The National Anthem')
Donald Sumpter Donald Sumpter
Julian Hereford (1.1. 'The National Anthem')
Alex Macqueen Alex Macqueen
Agent Callett (1.1. 'The National Anthem')
Lydia Wilson Lydia Wilson
Princess Susannah (1.1. 'The National Anthem')
Daniel Kaluuya Daniel Kaluuya
Bing (1.2. 'Fifteen Million Merits')
Jessica Brown-Findlay Jessica Brown-Findlay
Abi (1.2. 'Fifteen Million Merits')
Rupert Everett Rupert Everett
Judge Hope (1.2. 'Fifteen Million Merits')
Julia Davis Julia Davis
Judge Charity (1.2. 'Fifteen Million Merits')
Ashley Thomas Ashley Thomas
Judge Wraith (1.2. 'Fifteen Million Merits')
Toby Kebbell Toby Kebbell
Liam (1.3. 'The Entire History of You')
Jodie Whittaker Jodie Whittaker
Ffion (1.3. 'The Entire History of You')
Tom Cullen Tom Cullen
Jonas (1.3. 'The Entire History of You')
Hayley Atwell Hayley Atwell
Martha (2.1 'Be Right Back')
Domhnall Gleeson Domhnall Gleeson
Ash (2.1 'Be Right Back')
Lenora Crichlow Lenora Crichlow
Victoria Skillane (2.2. 'White Bear')
Michael Smiley Michael Smiley
Baxter (2.2. 'White Bear')
Tuppence Middleton Tuppence Middleton
Jem (2.2. 'White Bear')
Daniel Rigby Daniel Rigby
Jamie Salter (2.3. 'The Waldo Momet')
Chloe Pirrie Chloe Pirrie
Gwendolyn Harris (2.3. 'The Waldo Momet')
Jason Flemyng Jason Flemyng
Jack Napier (2.3. 'The Waldo Momet')
Tobias Menzies Tobias Menzies
Liam Monroe (2.3. 'The Waldo Momet')
Jon Hamm Jon Hamm
Matt (2.4. 'White Christmas')
Rafe Spall Rafe Spall
Potter (2.4. 'White Christmas')
Oona Chaplin Oona Chaplin
Greta (2.4. 'White Christmas')
Janet Montgomery Janet Montgomery
Beth (2.4. 'White Christmas')
Rasmus Hardiker Rasmus Hardiker
Harry (2.4. 'White Christmas')
Bryce Dallas Howard Bryce Dallas Howard
Lacie Pound (3.1. 'Nosedive')
Alice Eve Alice Eve
Naomi Jayne Blestow (3.1. 'Nosedive')
Cherry Jones Cherry Jones
Susan (3.1. 'Nosedive')
James Norton James Norton
Ryan Pound (3.1. 'Nosedive')
Wyatt Russell Wyatt Russell
Cooper Redfield (3.2. 'Playtest')
Hannah John-Kamen Hannah John-Kamen
Sonja (3.2. 'Playtest')
Wunmi Mosaku Wunmi Mosaku
Katie (3.2. 'Playtest')
Ken Yamamura Ken Yamamura
Shou Saito (3.2. 'Playtest')
Alex Lawther Alex Lawther
Kenny (3.3. 'Shut Up and Dance')
Jerome Flynn Jerome Flynn
Hector (3.3. 'Shut Up and Dance')
Gugu Mbatha-Raw Gugu Mbatha-Raw
Kelly Booth (3.4. 'San Junipero')
Mackenzie Davis Mackenzie Davis
Yorkie (3.4. 'San Junipero')
Malachi Kirby Malachi Kirby
Stripe (3.5. 'Men Against Fire')
Madeline Brewer Madeline Brewer
Raiman (3.5. 'Men Against Fire')
Ariane Labed Ariane Labed
Catarina (3.5. 'Men Against Fire')
Sarah Snook Sarah Snook
Medina (3.5. 'Men Against Fire')
Michael Kelly Michael Kelly
Arquette (3.5. 'Men Against Fire')
Kelly Macdonald Kelly Macdonald
Karin Parke (3.6. 'Hated in the Nation')
Faye Marsay Faye Marsay
Blue Colson (3.6. 'Hated in the Nation')
Benedict Wong Benedict Wong
Shaun Li (3.6. 'Hated in the Nation')
Jesse Plemons Jesse Plemons
Robert Daly (4.1. 'USS Callister')
Cristin Milioti Cristin Milioti
Nanette Cole (4.1. 'USS Callister')
Jimmi Simpson Jimmi Simpson
Walton (4.1. 'USS Callister')
Michaela Coel Michaela Coel
Shania (4.1. 'USS Callister')
Billy Magnussen Billy Magnussen
Valdack (4.1. 'USS Callister')
Rosemarie DeWitt Rosemarie DeWitt
Marie (4.2. 'Arkangel')
Brenna Harding Brenna Harding
Sara (4.2. 'Arkangel')
Owen Teague Owen Teague
Trick (4.2. 'Arkangel')
Andrea Riseborough Andrea Riseborough
Mia (4.3. 'Crocodile')
Kiran Sonia Sawar Kiran Sonia Sawar
Shazia (4.3. 'Crocodile')
Andrew Gower Andrew Gower
Rob (4.3. 'Crocodile')
Georgina Campbell Georgina Campbell
Amy (4.4. 'Hang the DJ')
Joe Cole Joe Cole
Frank (4.4. 'Hang the DJ')
Maxine Peake Maxine Peake
Bella (4.5. 'Metalhead')
Douglas Hodge Douglas Hodge
Rolo Haynes (4.6. 'Black Museum')
Letitia Wright Letitia Wright
Nish (4.6. 'Black Museum')
Daniel Lapaine Daniel Lapaine
Dawson (4.6. 'Black Museum')
Aldis Hodge Aldis Hodge
Jack (4.6. 'Black Museum')
Alexandra Roach Alexandra Roach
Carrie (4.6. 'Black Museum')
Babs Olusanmokun Babs Olusanmokun
Clayton (4.6. 'Black Museum')
Anthony Mackie Anthony Mackie
Danny (5.1. 'Striking Vipers')
Yahya Abdul-Mateen II Yahya Abdul-Mateen II
Karl (5.1. 'Striking Vipers')
Nicole Beharie Nicole Beharie
Theo (5.1. 'Striking Vipers')
Pom Klementieff Pom Klementieff
Roxette (5.1. 'Striking Vipers')
Ludi Lin Ludi Lin
Lance (5.1. 'Striking Vipers')
Andrew Scott Andrew Scott
Chris Gillhaney (5.2. 'Smithereens')
Damson Idris Damson Idris
Jaden (5.2. 'Smithereens')
Topher Grace Topher Grace
Billy Bauer (5.2. 'Smithereens')
Angourie Rice Angourie Rice
Rachel (5.3. 'Rachel, Jack and Ashley Too')
Madison Davenport Madison Davenport
Jack (5.3. 'Rachel, Jack and Ashley Too')
Miley Cyrus Miley Cyrus
Ashley O (5.3. 'Rachel, Jack and Ashley Too')
Susan Pourfar Susan Pourfar
Catherine (5.3. 'Rachel, Jack and Ashley Too')

Black Mirror is a British anthology television series created by Charlie Brooker. Individual episodes explore a diversity of genres, but most are near-future dystopias utilising a science fiction technology—a type of speculative fiction. The series is based on The Twilight Zone and uses technology to comment on contemporary social issues. Most episodes are written by Brooker, with heavy involvement by the executive producer Annabel Jones. There are 22 episodes across five series and one special, in addition to the interactive film Black Mirror: Bandersnatch (2018). The first two series aired on the British network Channel 4 in 2011 and 2013, as did the 2014 special “White Christmas”. The programme then moved to Netflix, where three further series aired in 2016, 2017 and 2019. Two related webisode series were produced by Netflix, and a companion book to the first four series, Inside Black Mirror, was published in 2018. Soundtracks to many episodes have been released as albums.

The series has received critical acclaim and is considered by many reviewers to be one of the best television series of the 2010s. With “San Junipero”, “USS Callister” and Bandersnatch, the programme won the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Television Movie three times consecutively. However, some critics consider the morality of the series obvious or cite declining quality over time. Black Mirror has been credited with repopularising the anthology television format, and a number of episodes have been seen by reviewers as prescient.

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