People on Twitter are talking about Black Mirror. The third installment of the British television anthology series debuted on Netflix this October. Now it seems the world is going full Black Mirror.
Our current reality is close to the world of Black Mirror as the series presents how technology can alter the world in the future. That?s perhaps one of the reasons why several viewers are hooked with the series. Here are some things you need to know about this new phenomenon.
4.8 or a 4.2? Rate Me
A popularity app was introduced by Netflix to promote the third season of Black Mirror. It is very simple to manage. You just need to click Get Your Rating and type in your Twitter handle. The app will rate you and you can also rate others.
Lacie Pound?s Obsession
The first episode of the latest season of Black Mirror starred Bryce Dallas Howard as Lacie Pound. The aforementioned episode focused on Pound?s obsession to get a rating of 4.5 or above.
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An episode titled ?San Junipero? of Black Mirror featured an optimistic vision of the future. San Junipero tells a brilliant story in which people can upload their brains into computers. The episode imagines a world wherein dying people can be “uploaded to the cloud.? They can live there forever.
In a Christmas special, relationship coach Matt (Jon Hamm) helps a man interact with women. The former utilises contact lenses to watch him while he is socializing with the opposite sex and gives real-time advice.
The Waldo Moment
In ?The Waldo Moment,? a brash cartoon uses his humor as he runs for political office. Back Channel has stated that he is more or less a prescient version of the U.S. President-elect.
So what do you guys think of the Black Mirror? Does it mirror our reality today? Share us what you think through the comment section below.