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Black Mirror Returning To USS Callister For Netflix Season 7

Black Mirror is returning to the USS Callister, the setting of one of its most highly-regarded episodes.

Netflix confirmed Season 7 of Charlie Brooker and Annabel Jones’ anthology today and delivered a teaser that will delight fans.

“USS Callister will return… Robert Daly is dead, but for the crew of the USS Callister, their problems are just beginning,” said the tease, revealed at Netflix’s See What’s Next Event in London.

USS Callister was the first episode of the fourth season of Black Mirror – the second on Netflix – and starred Jesse Plemons, Cristin Milioti, Jimmi Simpson and Michaela Coel.

The Emmy-winning instalment was penned by Brooker and directed by Todd Haynes and followed Daly (Plemons), a reclusive but gifted programer and co-founder of a popular massively multiplayer online game who is bitter over the lack of recognition of his position from his coworkers. Telling a tale that evoked themes of fragile masculinity and the dangers of technology, Daly takes out his frustrations by simulating a Star Trek–like space adventure within the game, using his co-workers’ DNA to create sentient digital clones of them, with terrifying consequences.

No more details were incoming about the return of the Callister but Netflix said Brooker will create the latest Black Mirror series and EP with Jones and Jessica Rhoades. Brooker and Jones’ Broke & Bones outfit continues to produce and Banijay Rights is distributing.

The previous sixth season of Black Mirror featured the likes of Salma Hayek, Myha’la Herrold and Aaron Paul.

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