5 TV Shows That Will Give You Black Mirror Vibes
Must-watch list for fans of Black Mirror.
If you’ve already binge-watched Black Mirror season 6, and it feels like you just can't get your fill, then you're in for a treat with these five mind-bending and captivating shows that share the same vibes as Black Mirror.
Electric Dreams (2017)
Based on the works of renowned science fiction author Philip K. Dick, this anthology series delves into the complexities of technology and its impact on society.
Each episode presents a unique story set in a different dystopian future, exploring themes of artificial intelligence, identity, and the blurred boundaries between humans and machines. Electric Dreams will captivate you with its imaginative storytelling and philosophical themes.
Love, Death & Robots (2019 — present)
Produced by the renowned thriller master David Fincher, Love, Death & Robots is an animated anthology series that showcases a collection of short stories, each with its own unique animation style.
From futuristic worlds to alternate realities, each episode explores a different concept related to love, death, or, you guessed it, robots. With its visually stunning animations and thought-provoking narratives, this show is a must-watch for fans of Black Mirror.
Imagine a world where you can upload your consciousness into a virtual afterlife. That's exactly what happens in Upload. This comedic and thought-provoking series follows the journey of a man who finds himself in a luxurious virtual afterlife, but soon discovers that even in the digital realm, there are dark secrets and hidden agendas.
Upload explores themes of technology, ethics, and the nature of existence, all with a healthy dose of humor.
The Twilight Zone (2019)
This iconic anthology series from the 1960s has had several reboots, with the latest airing in 2019. Unlike Black Mirror, The Twilight Zone incorporates elements of mysticism, with each episode telling a different story, ranging from supernatural occurrences to societal critiques.
Severance ( 2022 — present)
Ben Stiller, the star behind many comedy films like Meet the Parents, surprises us with a psychological thriller series. The story revolves around Adam Scott, an employee at Lumon biotech company, where he performs mundane tasks.
He undergoes a "separation" procedure that separates his work memories from personal ones. The unanswered questions and mysterious atmosphere will keep you hooked and hungry for fan theories on Reddit.