New Black Mirror Anthology Series Trailers Reveal Technology Chaos

first_img Black Mirror Season 5 is coming next month, and Netflix just released three new trailers for the eerie anthology series that focus on dangerous interactions between humans and tech devices.Creator Charlie Brooker and executive producer Annabel Jones are showing three new stories for Black Mirror’s fifth season. “Smithereens,” “Striking Vipers,” and “Rachel, Jack, and Ashley Too” each have a different plot, however, they all show the dark side of our digital world, including how AI, virtual reality, and DM apps could be troublesome for mankind. Black Mirror Season 5, which features a star-studded cast of Miley Cyrus, Topher Grace, and Anthony Mackie, will premiere on Netflix on June 5.“Smithereens”AI-like meditation guidance takes a turn for the worst in “Smithereens,” where a driver, who works for a car service that operates like Uber, experiences a horrid mind trip. Will he be able to get back on track and focus on taking people to their destinations? Only time will tell.“Striking Vipers”“Striking Vipers,” explores how some relationships fall apart due to tech. One character accuses the other of “going away,” and it’s possible that one of them is seeking other hotties on a dating app. Except, this “wandering” behavior might stab them in the back if they get caught.“Rachel, Jack, and Ashley Too”When a celebrity unveils a wacky chatbot device, all hell breaks loose in “Rachel, Jack, and Ashley Too.” A teen tries to use the Alexa-like gadget for a self-esteem boost, however, the starlet behind the cute product is secretly falling apart herself. Cyrus plays “Ashley Too,” and we’re ready to see the chatbot device’s slow demise.More on ‘Black Mirror’ Season 5 Trailer: Miley Cyrus Shows Tech’s Dark SideNetflix Enters First-Look Deal With ‘Umbrella Academy’ Creator Dark HorseNetflix ‘I Am Mother’ Sci-Fi Film Trailer Reveals Dangerous Robot Parent What to Stream on Netflix This Weekend11 Other Old-School Nick Shows That Should Get Netflix Movies Stay on targetlast_img read more