Critic Consensus: Black Mirror begins with a disquieting shudder in a canny first season that will instantly hook viewers into a brave new world of alienation.
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News & Interviews for Black Mirror: Season 1
For all its metaphysical speculating, Black Mirror excels in suggesting that technology does not make us unrecognizable monsters; it simply amplifies the monstrous impulses already in us.
Black Mirror is provocative, irreverent, daring ... and very British. [Full Review in Spanish]
Stimulating, but more in its promise than in the achievement, the series gives to discuss, blessed glory in days of unanimity. [Full Review in Spanish]
This is not fun watching-it's mostly horrifying-but even if our brave new world is inescapable, the show represents a kind of protest that feels more necessary than ever.
Audience Reviews for Black Mirror: Season 1
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