‘Black Mirror’ brings its dark reflection of digital world to Netflix

Dystopian anthology show "Black Mirror" will debut its third season with new partner Netflix Inc on Friday, returning with six stand-alone stories exploring the darker consequences of a world digitally connected. "Technology takes the place of how the supernatural would work in shows like 'The Twilight Zone' or 'Tales of the Unexpected'," Charlie Brooker, creator of "Black Mirror," told Reuters. "In today's world, we're used to technology doing things that five years ago would have made our heads spin off with astonishment." "Black Mirror" first debuted on UK television in 2011 with three episodes, including one where a fictional UK prime minister is forced to have sex with a pig on live television.

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