According to Bloomberg, the episode, which will be part of season five, will be part of a series of tester episodes used to try out the new format.
Bloomberg additionally reports that one more live-action project has been given the green light, while other potential shows and episodes are now in negotiation. There are no details on the episode that will use the mechanic, but it's fitting that it should be Black Mirror. The show is famous for exploring the social implications of technology, including an episode where humans jockey to receive higher ratings from their peers.
Viewers will get to choose their own storylines in one episode of the upcoming season of "Black Mirror", the Emmy-winning science-fiction anthology series.
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Bloomberg also reports that in addition to Black Mirror, Netflix another live-action series is in the final stages of planning a choose-your-own adventure model.
Black Mirror fans, you'll soon be able to create the dystopian nightmare that you want to see. That will be the real test, but for now it certainly seems like a good idea, especially when watching with a large group of people.
I'm already intrigued and I think this will be the first episode I watch of the season. The hope is to "blend elements of video games with traditional television", and that could certainly appeal to many viewers. Later this year, they're going to outdo themselves by making a choose-your-own-adventure episode for Charlie Brooker's futuristic technology-based dystopia, Black Mirror. Last year, the company experimented with an interactive experience that allowed viewers to choose between branching narratives.
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"This is very different for Netflix".
That's mildly interesting in and of itself, we guess, but perhaps far moreso when used in conjunction with Black Mirror, a series that has always been known for its bleak, often horrifying endings.
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