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Now on Netflix, the new series tells a trove of twisted technological tales.
Anthology series "Black Mirror" returns with a new third season, this time produced by Netflix.
In "Playtest", a young man takes a job testing a new gaming technology.
"Men Against Fire" sees soldiers battling strange enemies.
It's a timely but on-the-nose metaphor about the way we treat immigrants.
"Men Against Fire" explores the ways we perceive those who are different from us.
"Hated in the Nation" combines police procedural and B-movie schlock with a tech twist.
Gugu Mbatha-Raw and Mackenzie Davis appear in "San Junipero".
"San Junipero" is a loving homage to 1980s movies.
Obviously, this being "Black Mirror", there's more to this 1980s world than meets the eye.
"San Junipero" is the most emotional of the new episodes.
"Game of Thrones" star Jerome Flynn appears with Alex Lawther in "Shut Up and Dance".
"Shut Up and Dance" is a tale of blackmail with a technological twist.
Bryce Dallas Howard, star of "Jurassic World", appears in "Nosedive".
"Nosedive" depicts a pastel paradise where social media has become the new sharing economy.
"Black Mirror" is on Netflix now.
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