Netflix’s Black Mirror officially returns next year. The streamer dropped a teaser today, revealing plans to debut six new episodes in 2025. Oh, and one of those episodes will also be a sequel to a previous story.

Check out the teaser below.

The clip really is the tease-iest of teasers, as we don’t get any footage or plot details here.

What we do know so far? Black Mirror season 7 is already in production under creator/executive producer Charlie Brooker. And though we don’t know the premise of any of the six upcoming episodes just yet, Netflix did tease one additional key detail: one of the episodes will actually be a sequel to “USS Callister.”

The season 4 episode starred Jesse Plemons as Robert Daly, a brilliant but troubled programmer who co-founded a popular online video game. Unhappy with a perceived lack of recognition at his gaming company, Robert created a simulated reality within the game, giving himself the role of a Captain Kirk–like figure aboard a starship and leading an adoring crew — based on his real-life co-workers — on zany sci-fi adventures. Until things take a sinister turn, that is. (It’s Black Mirror, after all.)

As TUDUM teased, “Captain Robert Daly may have died in the original episode, but for the crew of the USS Callister, their problems are just beginning…”

You can stream the first six seasons of the dystopian sci-fi anthology series Black Mirror on Netflix now.

Meanwhile, check back to THS for more updates on the upcoming season.

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