Netflix has also been leaking trailers slowly of the new season, which will be available on the streaming service on December 29th, 2017.
"Metalhead" takes a post-apocalyptic look at the future, marking the series first black-and-white episode.
While the first full trailer is above and tries to avoid giving too much away, there are a few shots that one might consider spoiler-ish.
This season zooms out a little more, presenting the extended universe theory via a smaller detail-one that's fun to spot on your own. The show has played with the idea of publicly displayed memories before, in the episode "The Entire History of You".
"U.S.S. Callister" is the fourth episode of the fourth season of "Black Mirror", and will be seen sometime in 2018.
The fourth season of the series consists of six episodes. Drop an individual trailer for each of the six episodes for your bleak, science-fiction anthology series, and watch us squirm as we lavish the brief clips with attention and theories.
"Everything happens for a reason", says the Siri-like voice from "Hang the DJ", a story that finds Georgina Campbell and Joe Cole portraying a young couple who are only given 12 hours together by "the system". Maxine Peake's character appears to be running from a killer robot dog that's more Boston Robotics than Aibo. Definitely the episode we know the least about, and made all the creepier with the choice to go B&W.
He boasts that "if it did something bad, chances are it's in here", and BuzzFeed noticed that some of the artifacts are familiar from previous episodes. Starring Douglas Hodge, Letitia Wright and Babs Olusanmokun.