Everyone's favorite dystopian Netflix series is back and studded with stars. It follows the release of season four in December of 2017 and the special interactive episode "Bandersnatch" last Christmas. "You seem distracted." 10 minutes later, the account followed it up with the full 90-second trailer, along with the caption: "You should have seen it coming". You don't have to wait too much longer to watch the new season of the Netflix original series, which features three, all-new episodes and stories.
Miley Cyrus is no stranger to dramatic hairstyles.
It looks like technology will be the driving force in the three stories set to hit Netflix June 5.
Andrew Scott - who plays Sherlock's main antagonist, Jim Moriarty - is played out to hold a main character role too, as well as Anthony Mackie, who is joined in the season by one of his more-recent Avengers co-stars, Pom Klementieff.
The teaser for Black Mirror season 5 is here, and it appears that just about every famous human in Hollywood appears in this season.
Oh, and fighting games, of course. Connection. Sex. Family. Work.
The trailer for the fifth season of Black Mirror is here and it might have fans putting aside their technological devices after viewing.
However, we don't know for sure what to expect in season 5. It remains to be seen whether Cyrus actually performs her own songs in Season 5, but I'm choosing to keep hope alive that we'll get a synth version of "Wrecking Ball" in the near future.
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