10 Secrets And Easter Eggs You Missed In Black Mirror


Black Mirror is a fantastic British science fiction anthology television series that was created by the brilliant Charlie Brooker. It can be found on Netflix and each episode is a standalone story with a different cast and setting - although they seem to all take place in the same universe. It first aired in 2011 and is still going strong, with a fourth series set to be released in 2018. In this video, we'll run you through some of the coolest secrets and Easter eggs that can be found in the show - and there are certainly plenty of them to choose from. The ones we're including here are; some callbacks to when British prime minister Michael Callow had inappropriate relations with a pig in season one, a couple of references to the brilliant season one episode "Fifteen Million Merits", a few references to the season two episode "The Waldo Moment", references to real-life games developer Hideo Kojima and the popular Metal Gear Solid games, references to the BioShock games, references to the iconic Resident Evil franchise, a reference to the Christmas special episode "White Christmas", a reference to Charlie Brooker's previously aired thoughts on the U.K. news coverage of the immigration crisis, a reference to the National Allied bank (which had appeared in a previous episode), and a nod to an iconic scene in the popular Matrix series of movies. We hope you enjoy the video - and make sure you let us know your thoughts on it by leaving a comment in the relevant section below it.