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.
Microsoft reports 'critical' flaw in Windows 7 and older
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.