It may not be a party in the U.S. right now, but it's about to be a party on Netflix. A trailer for the new season of the Charlie Brooker-penned show can be seen above.
And it also doesn't seem to be part of a new interactive episode - meaning fans will actually get a real season of TV from the Black Mirror team and not just a long exercise in breakfast cereal selection and its consequences.
Netflix's official tag-line for the new season reads: "Three new stories about the future we should have seen coming". One episode stars Miley Cyrus in what appears to be a riff on Instagram influencer culture.
But despite the negative message that practically every single episode of Black Mirror has (except one), you can bet your ass we'll be binge-watching it the second it's released.
In an exclusive article published by Entertainment Weekly, the outlet finally gave fans a first look at Black Mirror's next batch of episodes. The trailer teases Mackie and Davenport's individual storylines: Mackie plays a husband unhappy with his marriage, and Davenport plays a teenager who finds a friend in an Amazon Alexa-like piece of technology. Watch the trailer here.
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Windows 8 and 10 are unaffected, but there's still a vast pool of older systems out there that could be hit if left unpatched. Microsoft's May 2019 Patch Tuesday fixed 79 vulnerabilities, 19 of which are classed as Critical.
Kang claims AT&T Byron Nelson for first PGA Tour win
The weather did little to dampen Nicholas Lindheim's day, however, with the American within a chance of shooting his own 61. Twice over the last two days, Every overcame deficits of at least four strokes and went ahead of Kang.