“Black Mirror” is coming back for a seventh season, Diversity You understand.
The hit sci-fi show created by Charlie Brooker returned to screens earlier this year after a four-year hiatus, achieving record viewing numbers on Netflix. According to the streamer, it reached the top 10 in 92 countries and spent 4 weeks on Netflix’s global top 10 English-language TV.
No casting has been confirmed yet for Season 7 Diversity It is understood the show is set to begin production later this year, with Brooker, Annabel Jones and Jessica Rhodes returning as executive producers. The plot details and number of episodes are still kept under wraps.
Season 6, which consisted of five parts, featured a number of A-list names including Salma Hayek, Annie Murphy, Aaron Paul, Josh Hartnett and Papa Essiedu. Season 5 consisted of only three installments and starred Andrew Scott, Anthony Mackie, Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, Topher Grace, and Miley Cyrus.
The rights to “Black Mirror” are complicated, which partly accounts for the delay between seasons 5 and 6. Brooker and creative partner Jones left their production company, Endemol Shine-backed House of Tomorrow, in January 2020 to set up shop at Netflix. Under a new production banner called Broke & Bones. But under the terms of their deal, the rights to “Black Mirror” remained with Endemol Shine, which was acquired by Banijay Group in 2020. Banijay Rights licensed the show to Netflix.
Dystopian series have often been credited with predicting the future in the most depressing ways. The most recent season, which began in June, began with an episode about a streaming service called Streamberry that is using AI to co-opt people’s lives into shows for its platform in real time. Was. Brooker said Diversity This episode was written before the AI program ChatGPIT became national news (both the WGA and SAG-AFTRA negotiations involved the permitted use and scope of AI).
“I’m concerned about livelihoods – that’s generally what I do – and I’m very, very concerned about the use of AI and ChatGPAT and things like that,” he said during a London rally in support of the writers’ strike earlier this year. I am worried.” “This is of particular concern to me, that’s why I’m here.” When asked if the episode was another example of “Black Mirror” predicting the future, he replied: “Unfortunately, in this case.”