British sci-fi maestro, Charlie Brooker is back with his ruthless and relentless dark techno thriller, Black Mirror, and we finally have a release date of 29th December 2017.

That means you can binge watch all six episodes over the New Year and see in 2018 as depressed as a motherfucker. Here’s the main trailer:

Mainly due to Brooker’s talent as a writer, the anthology series, which began life on Channel Four, has earned worldwide praise and now attracts an array of British and international talent, including director Jodie Foster and Breaking Bad and Fargo’s Jesse Plemmons.

Arkangel stars Australian Brenna Harding and Owen Teague (It) in a tale of parents overprotecting children.

Crocodile was directed by John Hillcoat, who helmed The Proposition and The Road so expect madness and bleakness, y’all.

Black Museum is an anthology-within-an-anthology from ultra imaginative, low budget indie zombie The Girl With All the Gifts director Colm McCarthy.

Hang the D.J. continues in the same vein as last season’s incredible San Junipero episode with another love story – this time set in a world where Big Brother decides who you can date.

Metalhead stars Maxine Peake (Three Girls) as a lone survivor in a monochrome post-apocalyptic dystopia who meets a killer robotic dog.

And finally, as far as I can tell from the trailer, U.S.S. Callister is not your average Star Trek parody as it looks like Cristin Milioti travels from our world to wake up in this future fantasy realm.

Black Mirror season four lands on Netflix on December 29th.