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La quinta temporada de ‘Black Mirror’ se estrena en junio

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Será una minitemporada, con apenas tres espisodios que se estrenarán el 5 de junio en la pantalla de Netflix.

Luego del experimento de la película de Black Mirror, Bandersnatch, en la que la audiencia interctutaba con la película, para elegir el curso de la historia y su final (estrenada en diciembre de 2018); ahora la programadora anunció su quinta temporada.

Black Mirror, creada por Charlie Brooker, se basa en historias independientes que muestran un futuro no muy lejano, pero que puede resultar perturbador y en el que la tecnología lleva al individuo a sus límites morales y éticos.

Para la quinta temporada Netflix anunció la presencia de actores como Miley Cyrus, Anthony Mackie Topher Grace, Andrew Scott y Yahya Abdul-Mateen II.


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