Dimension 404 Trailer: Hulu’s Own Black Mirror

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After a long absence from the spotlight, anthology TV series have reemerged in a big way in the last few years, although mostly with a twist. While classic anthology programs like The Twilight Zone and Tales from the Crypt told a new story with new characters every week, most of today’s anthology shows follow the route traveled by long-running FX hit American Horror Story, with each season functioning as its own mostly self-contained story.

That said, one program that has helped the old-school style of genre anthology stay alive on TV is Black Mirror, which originally aired on the UK’s Channel 4, before relocating to Netflix last year. So far, three short seasons have been produced, with a fourth already confirmed as being on the way. Black Mirror primarily focuses on telling stories centered around the unexpected societal consequences of new technology ...

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Nobodies: Season 1 (TV LAND)

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Premieres Mar 29, 2017

Imaginary Mary (ABC)

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Premieres Mar 29, 2017

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Rated: Not Rated

Release Date: Mar 29, 2017

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