Netflix to Produce New Episodes of 'Black Mirror'

Netflix has struck a deal to make new episodes of the celebrated U.K. sci-fi anthology "Black Mirror," Radio Times reports.

Created by Charlie Brooker, the dystopian drama has been described as “a contemporary British reworking of 'The Twilight Zone'” and a twisted parable for the Twitter age that looks at how technology has transformed virtually every aspect of our lives.

Debuting on Britain's Channel 4 in December 2011, "Black Mirror" has aired three seasons. The series drew American interest last year when it was added to Netflix.

The drama is produced by Endemol, which first announced plans for a U.S. remake in January. According to Radio Times, Netflix began negotiations in May with Brooker and his House of Tomorrow production company.

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