“This year we have almost deliberately exaggerated the differences between the episodes,” he said, running through the new lineup. The German-language series, hailed by many as "terrifying," will hit the streaming service on 1 December and looks like it could emulate the success achieved by last year's sleeper hit which returns for a second season on 30 October."Dating" puts three men and three women into different wings of the same mansion and over the course of several days allows them to meet only in a completely dark room (infrared cameras capture the action).There, the only way participants know what one another looks like is through verbal description and a little face-touching.Going by the new teaser, however, it seems as if this German-language series will be targeted squarely at adults: like the aforementioned series, it tells the story of a child - well, children - gone missing, an event which “..four families on a frantic hunt for answers [that] unearth a small town’s sins and secrets”.While it initially seems as if the series will be a straightforward crime tale, the trailer suggests things may be more mind-bending than first thought.“Black Museum,” which stars Douglas Hodge, Letitia Wright, Babs Olusanmokun and Aldis Hodge, is set at a crime museum that showcases a number of high-tech items.The story follows a young woman (Wright) who visits the museum and learns about a few of the specific attractions, allowing the episode to actually tell multiple, shorter stories within. “Crocodile,” which stars Andrea Riseborough, Andrew Gower and Kiran Sonia Sawar, and is directed by John Hillcoat, is a thriller that follows a woman who fears something from her past will come to light and ruin her life — due to a new device that can access a person’s memories.
Some conversations deal with levels of sexual experience. Parents need to know that this dating series -- in which men and women choose prospective partners without actually seeing what they look like -- has a fair bit of kissing/makingo ut and sexual innuendo (including discussions about looking “sexy” and some brief conversations about prior sexual experience).
Parents need to know that this dating series -- in which men and women choose prospective partners without actually seeing what they look like -- has a fair bit of kissing/makingo ut and sexual innuendo (including discussions about looking “sexy” and some brief conversations about prior sexual experience).
The language is generally mild ("hell," "damn"), with occasional stronger profanity (like “s--t”) fully bleeped/blurred. Overall, it’s not the best fit for tweens and younger teens, but older teens should be able to handle it.
“Arkangel,” the episode starring Dewitt and directed by Foster, follows a single mother and her daughter (Brenna Harding) over the course of several years as the daughter matures.
In keeping with Foster’s grounded, indie movie style, this is very much a character study, although the element of near-future technology that is prevalent in all episodes of “Black Mirror” comes into play here, too, involving a new kind of surveillance tool.