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'Black Mirror' Season 7 confirmed: ‘USS Callister’ gets a sequel. Will we also see more dark reflections of our tech reality?


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Get ready to confront the chilling reflections of our tech-obsessed world. Netflix just confirmed Charlie Brooker’s Black Mirror is back for Season 7, beaming onto our screens in 2025.

 

 

The upcoming season promises six new episodes that will delve into the increasingly complex and sometimes unsettling world of emerging technologies. While specific details remain under wraps (classic Black Mirror!), the news includes a juicy hint: a sequel to the fan-favorite Season 4 episode, 'USS Callister.'

 

 

For those who need a refresher, the original episode featured Jesse Plemons as Robert Daly, a brilliant but troubled programmer who created a simulated reality within a video game. His role as a Captain Kirk–like figure aboard a starship took a sinister turn, leaving us with lingering questions. Now, the crew of the USS Callister faces fresh challenges, even after Captain Robert Daly’s demise.

 

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With Daly’s departure, fans are left wondering about the fate of the USS Callister crew. Will they gain control of their digital universe? How will they navigate their existence without Daly’s oppressive rule? And most importantly, will they ever escape the game? These are some of the burning questions that fans hope will be addressed in the sequel.

 

Here's where things get exciting. With no official episode details, speculation is wide open. Given Black Mirror's history of tackling the ethical dilemmas of cutting-edge tech, Season 7 is likely to explore the rapidly evolving landscapes of artificial intelligence (AI) and the metaverse.

 

 

So, tech theorists, let's hear your predictions! What mind-bending stories do you hope to see unfold? Will AI become too human, or will humanity become too reliant on it? Perhaps the lines between reality and the metaverse will blur beyond recognition.

 

Share your creativity, theories, and wild speculations. After all, in the twisted universe of Black Mirror, anything can happen. 

 

 

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