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The defining quality of the new season is... a consuming interest in online humiliation and how the internet has enabled and accelerated public judgment and derision.
Not all the episodes are created equal, but even the lesser installments give the series a sheen of impressive physical and mental athleticism.
The very best aspect of Black Mirror, the thing that makes the show so compelling, is that Brooker and his collaborators have developed a real knack for taking these seemingly far-flung narratives and making them feel extremely relatable.
This season's batch of Black Mirror episodes are more consistently compelling than ever. It's tough to say exactly why, because so much of the shocking energy in each episode comes from plot twists it would be criminal to reveal in advance.
Even the episodes that miss the mark feel like they're striving for something we don't usually get from modern television.
It may be the best binge-watching TV show around - I'll bet you can't watch just one... it's a cult TV offering that you may approach skeptically, but you'll leave having been fully entertained.
Overall, once more Black Mirror has failed to disappoint and made it worth the two-year wait for a new season.
'Black Mirror' is special. It deserves our time. And it is not for science fiction fans, far from it. It is for anyone who wants stories with different and surprising approaches. [Full Review in Spanish]
Not knowing what you're going to get is part of the thrill with Black Mirror - a show whose stories contain the loose connective tissue of how technology and society may be a toxic relationship.
Overall, this new crop of Black Mirror - which all but doubles the show's total count before this - is better than ever.
The series's third season ups the ante on the horrors that come with our addiction to technology, parceling out scares with social-media rankings, virtual-reality games, invasion of privacy, and online harassment.
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3d agohonestly best season in my taste
5d agoGreat stories. And we even get a happy ending this time with "San Junipero".
Feb 07, 2021First season on Netflix, played for American audiences, and you can see the differences. It's still a great show, but has lost a lot of its bite. Too much melodrama, nonsensical frights, silly action sequences and pseudo-suspense, not nearly enough black humor, satire, or a message. And way too long, especially Episode 6. Only outstanding episode is "Nosedive," a great episode about rating each other as product reviews, and the social status climbing and privileges with that that has always existed in society. Now, the show is being watered down, broken down, so its only a semblance of what it used to be, which is interestingly what was said could happen in Season 1 Ep 2
Jan 31, 2021Charlie Brooker clearly knows what he's doing.
Nov 18, 2020The very best season. Skipping Playtest and Men of Fire, the 4 episodes of this season are spectacular and perhaps the most emotionally satisfying.
Nov 11, 2020San janipero by far the best
Sep 28, 2020Nosedive was just brilliant. Pure class.
Aug 31, 2020Satanic filth best avoided. Read books written by white Christian men from the western canon to keep the beauty, truth and goodness of western civilization alive.
Jul 15, 2020With a double amount of episodes, Season three of Black Mirror is yet another effective and wondrous season. Nosedive: 3.5/5 Playtest: 3.5/5 Shut Up And Dance: 4.5/5 San Junipero: 3.5/5 Men Against Fire: 2/5 Hated In The Nation: 4.5/5 Average: 4/5
Jul 15, 2020Black Mirror Season 3 | Detailed note: 9.3