Charlie Brooker has revealed details about Black Mirror 4.
The hit series first aired on Channel 4 in 2011 with two three-part series but moved to Netflix in 2016 for the third season with double the episodes.
“I’ve got to be slightly careful about what I say. But one’s shooting in Iceland, which hasn’t been announced yet,” Charlie began.
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The show’s creator gave an insight into what fans can expect from the new season, including what themes they will explore.
“We’ve got some strikingly different tones and looks. We’ve got one that’s overtly comic, much more overtly comic than anything we’ve done,” Charlie told The Telegraph.
“It’s got fairly mainstream comic elements, but also some really unpleasant stuff that happens. I haven’t even seen the rough cut of it yet.
“The one we’re about to shoot is a crime thriller. And we’re doing one that’s got relationships at the heart of it.
“And then five and six are slightly still up for grabs.”
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Charlie also revealed that actress Jodie Foster has been signed up to direct one of the episodes and explained that “there’s a mother and daughter relationship in it.”
Speaking about how she got involved with Black Mirror, the 45-year-old said, “Netflix got in touch with her.
“She’s done episodes of Orange Is The New Black before, and they spoke to her and sent her our script, and within a week of that we were were Skypeing.
“It was a bit odd, to be Skyping with Jodie Foster – but I did a good job of hiding my delight.”
There is no date yet for when Black Mirror will air.