#NextLevel: Netflix allows 'Black Mirror' fans to choose their ending

Sheila Mcguire
October 2, 2018

There are no details on the Give Yourself Goosebumps-indebted episode, but assume it will involve an ironic twist involving password-sharing on a fictionial streaming service called, let's say, Netflicks. Essentially, users will be able to choose what happens to their characters before they inescapably get trapped in some sort of dystopian world. By blending elements of video games with traditional television, the company could create a formula that can be applied to any number of series.

Black Mirror has always walked on the cutting edge of suspense, brandishing its signature style of technology-centric horror stories.

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Black Mirror seasons one to four are all available on Netflix. Black Mirror lends itself to that type of idea really well, so it will be very interesting to see how they pull it off.

According to Bloomberg, Netflix is developing shows and movies that will allow the viewer to choose how the storyline progresses. The fifth season of Black Mirror, Charlie Brooker's bleak-but-brilliant anthology series, has been in production this year - and it sounds like it could arrive before the end of 2018 is nigh.

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Netflix has announced plans for a new way of watching television in the upcoming season five of their hugely popular show, Black Mirror. It released an episode of Puss in Book: Trapped in an epic tale for with interaction points for its Shrek spin-off film past year, followed by a few other projects for kids.

Netflix previously tested its plausibility with kids TV show Puss in Book, and is now testing it out for adult shows as well.

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Netflix Inc.is about to let you decide how your favorite show will end. Whereas last year's shows were meant for children, Netflix's latest work is being developed for a more mature audience. We know that one of those is Minecraft, but the next has yet to be announced.

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