The production business “House of Tomorrow,” which was financed by Endemol Shine Group and then purchased by Banijay Group, was really left by Booker and Jones in January 2020. After the creative duo launched “Broke and Bones,” a new production business, Netflix acquired it with a $100 million investment, freeing up the rights of Black Mirror from the control of Banijay Group.
Black Mirror Season 6 received the go-ahead in May 2022, and production began the following month. You may learn all we know about the most recent developments in this post.
‘Black Mirror’ Season 6: Plot
Given that Black Mirror is an anthology series, a season-long storyline summary is not feasible. Additionally, the show’s makers have never been open with much information prior to the premiere. According to Brooker, the production values for this season will be far more cinematic, with each episode being treated as a standalone film.
It is certain that this season will be darker than previous ones and that it will reflect the ways in which technology has become even more pervasive in society since the epidemic.
Brooker asserted that he was even startled by the new season in an interview with Netflix’s Tudum.
“I’ve always thought that Black Mirror should provide tales that are wholly different from one another and constantly shocking viewers — and myself — else what’s the point? It need to be a series that is constantly renewing itself and is difficult to categorise.
Brooker also hinted that there would be more diversity between the episodes than ever before and that the upcoming season will include new features to the show that Brooker had previously sworn off attempting.
‘Black Mirror’ Season 6: Trailer
On April 26, 2023, a teaser trailer for Black Mirror Season 6 was published on Netflix’s YouTube page. In the trailer, which is set to a cover of “I Don’t Want to Set the World on Fire,” we see Aaron Paul in a space station, an unsettling flashy smiling face, Zazie Beetz using dial-up internet, Paapa Essiedu wearing a white fluffy parka, and plenty of technology (and humanity) going wrong.
Sum It Up!
Black Mirror Season 6 promises to be a darker exploration of technology’s impact on society, with each episode treated as a standalone film. A teaser trailer released in April 2023 offers a glimpse into what viewers can expect.