In an exclusive interview with Charlie Brooker, the creator of Black Mirror, he discusses the highly anticipated new season of the Netflix sci-fi series.
Brooker shares that this season will be the most brutal yet, pushing the boundaries of storytelling and exploring unsettling visions of the future.
The streaming revolution has given shows like Black Mirror a second chance, allowing them to thrive and captivate audiences online.
Originally aired on Channel 4, Black Mirror was "cancelled" after its second season, but it found a new home on Netflix due to its unique appeal and prescient themes.
Léa Seydoux, a prominent cast member in the upcoming season, talks about the pressure of keeping the plotline for No Time to Die under wraps and her surprise that it didn't leak.
David Tennant discusses his return to Doctor Who and how his recent work in Staged has made him more open about his family life.
Black Mirror's new season promises to be an unparalleled exploration of the human condition, with artificial intelligence becoming just one aspect of the unsettling future it portrays.