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Watch 'Black Mirror' Creator Charlie Brooker Explain Every Episode in Season 4

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When the fourth season of Black Mirror dropped on Netflix late last month, we made quick work of it. It was the holidays, anyway, so binging the whole season wouldn't weigh too heavily on our conscience. We've finished all episodes, and even ranked them.

But in case you're not a total couch potato and are still catching up with the series, these recently released Black Mirror featurettes should help to guide you through the fourth season. Featuring interviews with creator Charlie Brooker, executive producer Annabel Jones, and Episode 2 director Jodie Foster, the featurettes are quick summaries of Season 4, with a few behind-the-scenes glimpses too. Check them out:

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The fourth season of Charlie Brooker's Black Mirror is now available on Netflix Philippines.

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