Well, here’s a handy thing to know.
We’ve just discovered why Black Mirror is called Black Mirror and the reason is surprisingly simple and, well, obvious.
It’s called Black Mirror because when you look at your phone or your computer screen when it’s turned off, you see your reflection on the black screen and it’s, ahem, a black mirror.
Listen: If you’ve ever been tempted to spy on your kids, this episode directed by Jodie Foster will scare you off helicopter parenting for good. Post continues below.
Yep, kind of makes sense given the fact the anthology series is all about the unease of our technology driven lives.
Of course, Twitter users are all a flutter over this news, manically looking down into their own “black mirrors” and typing hysterically about it.
— Blank (@TDKTDKTDK98) January 3, 2018
Now it all makes sense, the show is all about the possible effects technology could have on us, I’m shook pic.twitter.com/dPO1qSbBel
— Sam (@srodriguezdot11) December 29, 2017