Black Mirror will return this December with a choose-your-own-ending episode, Bloomberg reports.

Netflix and Charlie Brooker's critically acclaimed show is about to become even more immersive by developing a slate of specials that will allow viewers to choose how the narrative unfolds. While many of the plans are still under wraps, Bloomberg states that the first special is expected to arrive at the end of this year.

This won't be the first time Netflix has rolled out an interactive TV show, though. The streaming service has already used the technology in kids productions such as Puss in Book: Trapped in an Epic Tale. Last year, HBO released its first interactive series, a six-episode project, Mosaic.

Are you a Black Mirror fan? Let us know in the comments.

In other entertainment news, Taron Egerton plays Elton John in new biopic 'Rocketman.'

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