At last — Netflix has ultimately disclosed the premiere date for Season 4 of Black Mirror. On Friday, December 29th, the critically acclaimed anthology series will launch its six new episodes. This news was announced earlier today, along with the relinquishing of a full trailer hinting at each of the admonitory anecdotes on deck.

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Netflix took over the series from Britain's Channel 4 back in Season 3, and have been elusive as far as divulging information surrounding the six upcoming episodes. However, thanks to the network, we now have sneak peeks of the six forthcoming episodes and a series trailer for our viewing pleasure.

Watch them all below!

Crocodile:

Publicly displayed memories are the basis of "Crocodile". Set in Iceland, memories are no longer discrete and are considered to be individually "biased."

Arkangel:

After fearing the worst case scenario when her daughter mysteriously vanishes and returns back seamlessly, a dire mother is willing to attempt anything to stop the occurrence of unfolding again.

Hang the DJ:

This episode explores the infrequent miseries that come along with dating online. In a prospective world, a dating app (or “system,” as they've labelled it) decides who you can date and when your relationship will end.

USS Callister:

A Star Trek spoof in it's own right — a new crew member (Cristin Milioti) tries her best to adapt to space life.

Metalhead:

Shadowing a woman whose comrades are maimed by a mystical "dog" at a storage facility, "Metalhead" is a trail story set against the vacant post-apocalyptic landform of the Scottish moors.

Black Museum:

The proprietor vows that “If [an object] did something bad, chances are, it’s in here. There’s a sad, sick story behind most everything here.” And evidently, he is going to share some of those dreary, demented stories.

Condensed footage from all six Season 4 episodes — happiness is momentary, the world is frightening, though every event happens for a specific reason. The reasons are typically alarming that describe much about humanity’s innate shortcomings.

The cast for Season 4 of the Emmy-winning series includes Jesse Plemons (Friday Night Lights), Jimmi Simpson (Westworld), Rosemarie DeWitt (The Last Tycoon), Cristin Milioti (How I Met Your Mother), Maxine Peake (Silk), Aldis Hodge (Underground), Andrea Riseborough (Bloodline), Michaela Coel (Chewing Gum) and Letitia Wright (Humans) amongst others.

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Jodie Foster is also alongside the directors and assisting in bringing the disquieting tales to fruition.