In its absence, the world has turned into an episode of ‘Black Mirror.’
If you’ve rampaged through Stranger Things and are looking for your next alternate-reality sci-fi obsession, Netflix has some good news for you.
It was announced Wednesday at the Television Critics Association press tour that season 3 of Black Mirror, the British TV show from Charlie Brooker, would debut on Oct. 21. The show’s Twitter account was appropriately ominous.
The six-episode series will feature Bryce Dallas Howard, Halt and Catch Fire‘s Mackenzie Davis, and Game of Thrones‘ Jerome Flynn, and each episode will have a different director, one of which is 10 Cloverfield Lane‘s Dan Trachtenberg.
The streaming platform also announced a handful of new fall titles (including the new Gilmore Girls) and second-season pickups for Lady Dynamite, Chelsea, and, inexplicably, Rob Schneider‘s series Real Rob.
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