Black Mirror season 5 has been confirmed for 2019 by Netflix, in a conversation with journalist Scott Bryan.

Previously, it was thought that season 5 would be released on December 28, and that the first episode would be titled "Bandersnatch." The date was revealed in a now-deleted post by the verified Netflix Twitter account, which several sources believed was a leak. We now know that while the date and title were correct, it was referring to the interactive choose your own adventure Black Mirror movie, Bandersnatch.

Black Mirror creator Charlie Brooker and Netflix are keeping their cards close to their chests in terms of what to expect in season five. All we really know so far is that Miley Cyrus will be making an appearance.

Are you hyped for season five of Black Mirror? Let us know in the comments.

In other exciting 2019 news, Rihanna keeps teasing an album.

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