Where to watch Black Mirror online in Australia
Sharp and satirical, Black Mirror is required viewing for anyone passionate about technology.
Inspired by The Twilight Zone, Black Mirror is an acclaimed and popular anthology series that deals with subjects related to modern society, with a special emphasis on technology. Each episode is a standalone tale, some are emotional and others are chilling, but all will give you a lot to think about.
Originally developed by Channel 4 in the UK, Black Mirror was eventually purchased by Netflix. Four seasons are out so far, with a fifth one currently in the works. The streaming giant also released an interactive movie, Black Mirror: Bandersnatch, in December 2018. This time, viewers were able to immerse themselves in the narrative by making choices for the characters on the screen. Needless to say, it was a hit.
Black Mirror episodes are often mind-bending and even terrifying, showcasing situations where technology goes too far. Some of the most well-received episodes include San Junipero, USS Callister, Be Right Back, The National Anthem and Nosedive. This may not be a show that's particularly fun to watch, but it's gripping and provocative, which should be enough to keep you glued to the screen.
Black Mirror on Netflix Australia
In Australia, you can only watch Black Mirror on Netflix. You can get a subscription or take advantage of the one-month free trial, although we don't recommend binge-watching this one if you're keen to avoid nightmares. Pacing yourself should be the way to go. Here's what's on Netflix Australia:
- Black Mirror Season 1
- Black Mirror Season 2
- Black Mirror Season 3
- Black Mirror Season 4
- Black Mirror: Bandersnatch
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