Black Mirror season 5 spoilers: Miley Cyrus hints at 'outrageously dark' episode

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As the trailer confirms, "Black Mirror" Season 5 will be released on Netflix June 5.

"This is the story of females in the music industry", Cyrus told BBC Radio 1 of her portrayal of a singer-songwriter struggling behind the facade of glamour and fame. Another news by Netflix pursued this, and the computerized gushing mammoth affirmed that a special YouTube Series would be propelled in three sections quite soon.

All three episodes of the abbreviated new season will arrive on June 5, 2019, and if you're a dedicated Black Mirror fan, the new footage will look very familiar - maybe too familiar.

Miley also revealed that she immediately said yes to the show as she was a huge fan and says that creators Charlie Brooker and Annabel Jones did a "really deep" dive into her own experiences.

Cyrus explained that her upcoming episode of "Black Mirror" is "outrageously out there and dark", which we're guessing has something to do with the creepy mini Ashley Too robots featured in the trailer - tiny digital friends sold to fans of the pop star. The episode is going to be dark and outrageous in the entire series.

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"This is the story of females in the music industry", Cyrus said.

Netflix, the streaming service is all set to launch Little Black Mirror, a short, three-episode video series on YouTube.

In episode one, titled Smithereens, Sherlock star Scott plays a disturbed rideshare driver who spirals out of control during one particular trip.

The final instalment, Striking Vipers, sees two characters who knew each other at high school reunite. Three short stories are now ready for viewing. Eventually, Brooker said Bandersnatch was "equivalent of doing a whole season in itself". "Smithereens", a little bit of that overlapped with "Bandersnatch".