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Season 5 Leak Will Have “Black Mirror” Fans Jumping For Joy

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It looks like someone with connections to Netflix accidentally leaked the name of a new Black Mirror episode. That’s right, whoever was at the helm of Netflix’s science fiction Twitter account @NXonNetflix accidentally tweeted out the new upcoming episode title and release date. So what does it mean?

The Leaked Info

According to the tweet, this new Black MIrror episode will be called “Bandersnatch”. The alleged release date of the episode and season five of the horror-mystery series is December 28. These details do seem to be legitimate but cannot be directly confirmed.

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They are, however, backed by some bits of evidence drawn from other sources.

The Evidence

While there is not a great deal to go off in regards to proving this leaked information to be true there are some nuggets of info out there that make a December 28 release date seem more plausible. One is that Netflix did a similar roll out with the show’s previous season, dropping season 4 on the last Friday of 2017.

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The other is that Bloomberg reported back in October that new Black Mirror episodes would indeed be released before 2019. These two tidbits do not necessarily prove anything, but they do make the leaked facts a bit more interesting.

Fans Are Talking

As with any such leaks this new Twitter revelation has Black Mirror fans coming up with all sorts of different theories. Perhaps the most intriguing of them, however, is one that links this new episode “Bandersnatch” to a game on the cover of a fictional magazine in season three’s episode “Playtest”.

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Regardless of fan theories, however, the facts remain the same. We were (what looks to be accidentally) given a new episode name and release date. Whether this information is credible or not will be discovered later this month. Until then, let the Black Mirror speculation begin!

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