Black MirrorSeason 4 is soon coming and Netflix has given its fans a glimpse of what to come. Aside from a new trailer, the streaming service also dropped its next six episodes’ titles that hint what fans are about to see.

However, the entertainment company has yet to reveal the television show’s official release date. Nevertheless, it is expected to come out in December, The Wrap reported.

New episode titles

Originally from UK’s Channel 4, fans will continue to see “Black Mirror” Season 4 on Netflix. To make the television anthology series something to talk about, the network released the titles of its incoming six episodes.

The teaser revealed the entire chapters called "Arkangel," "Black Museum," "Crocodile," "Hang the DJ," "Metalhead," and "USS Callister." Aside from that, it also gave a quick glimpse of each episode. Viewers will see different kinds of gadgets, a lot of worrying people, and it seems like there is one installment referencing “Star Trek.”

The series’ theme

“Black Mirror” has is an anthology series, so its fourth season on Netflix will be no different. The upcoming six episodes will be all about the “collective unease with the modern world.”

According to Variety, the new installments are going to show how peoples’ lives are transformed by the new technology. This includes rating every kind of interaction, uploading a person’s consciousness after death, and virtually living forever.

Episode details

Written by series creator Charlie Brooker “Arkangel” will be starring Rosemarie Dewitt, Brenna Harding and Owen Teague. It will be directed by Jodie Foster.

Next is “Black Museum.” Starring Douglas Hodge, Letitia Wright and Babs Olusanmokun, this episode is directed by Colm McCarthy.

Andrea Riseborough, Andrew Gower, and Kiran Sonia Sawar will lead “Crocodile” under the direction of John Hillcoat.

Hang the DJ” will be displaying the performances of Georgina Campbell, Joe Cole, and George Blagden. It is under the direction of the filmmaker Tim Van Patten.

Maxine Peake, Jake Davies, and Clint Dyer will also be seen in “Metalhead” by David Slade. Lastly, “USS Calister” will star Jesse Plemons, Cristin Milioti, Jimmi Simpson, and Michaela Coel.

Directed Toby Hanes, Charlie Brooker had the help of William Bridges to write this episode.

TV show's return

The drama anthology was originally aired in the U.K. on Channel 4 from 2011 up to 2014. It used to have seven episodes.

Netflix picked up “Black Mirror” to air 12 more episodes in 2015. Six of those chapters were revealed in 2016 for its third season and the remaining chapters will be seen in “Black Mirror” Season 4 at the end of the year.