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Black Mirror Season 6 Episodes The Most Unpredictable Season

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“Beyond the Sea” does what just a handful of other standout Black Mirror episodes achieves:  It uses a particular technological advancement as the catalyst for drama grounded in the complexity of human emotions and relationships.  

1.Episode "Beyond the Sea"

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A typographically intense opening credit sequence and grainy, desaturated visuals straight out of ‘70s video nasties herald an episode that might be the most conspicuous outlier in a season full of them.  

2.Episode  “Demon 79”

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“Joan” is about as prototypically Black Mirror as this season gets, sending Joan down a rabbit hole of infinite personalized content and touching on several other buzzy issues in contemporary tech ethics.  

3.Episode “Joan Is Awful”

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Loch Henry, isn’t a tourist destination—and finds out that a series of grisly murders took place there in the late ’90s. In fact, Davis’ late father, a police officer, was wounded in the course of apprehending the killer.  

4.Episode  “Loch Henry”

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The majority of episodes in season 6, “Mazey Day” is set in the past. It has no link to technology unless you count the telephoto lenses favored by Bo and her colleagues. Its dystopia of choice is the Hollywood of the recent past. 

5.Episode  “Mazey Day”

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