Salma Hayek Talks About Her Episode On Black Mirror Season 6

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Salma Hayek stars in the new season of Netflix’s Black Mirror.

After a four-year hiatus, Charlie Brooker’s anthology series Black Mirror officially debuted its sixth season. This time, the collection will be centered on five brand-new tales that will alter viewers’ perceptions through its apocalyptic literature. 

The titles of the five pieces—Loch Henry, Joan Is Awful, Mazey Day, Beyond the Sea, and Demon 79—were all mentioned in the teaser. Every narrative is based on a particular, horrible fact. The first’s stars are Salma Hayek Pinault and Annie Murphy of Schitt Creek. The latter learns that her life has been turned into a series by an OTT platform called Streamberry. She plays the titular role in Joan Is Awful. Salma portrays Joan in the show. 

One person responded to the broadcast by writing, “Dawg I started watching the third episode of the new season of Black Mirror, and it was gorgeous. Top 10 television programs ever.

Salma Hayek Is Ecstatic

Another chimed in, “It feels a lot more like a film than a Black Mirror episodes LOL the entire space set has a 2001 sky odyssey vibe to it and that farm/field shot kinda reminded me of Interstellar LOL.” According to Variety, according to Brooker, “I’ve always believed Black Mirror ought to have stories which are completely separate from each other and keep surprise people – and myself – or else what’s the point? ” the current season will be the least predictable yet. It needs to be a series that is constantly renewing itself and is difficult to categorize. 

According to Brooker, he was more concerned about people losing interest in the program, as reported by Radio Times. I’m not currently writing on one of such stories because I don’t know if people would have the stomach for them, he remarked. The cast of the television show includes actors like Ben Barnes, Salma Hayek Auden Thornton, Clara Rugaard, Danny Ramirez, Daniel Portman, Samuel Blenkin, Himesh Patel, Josh Hartnett, John Hannah, Kate Mara, Monica Dolan, Michael Cera, Myha’la Herrold, Rob Delaney, Paapa Essiedu, Rory Culkin, and Zazie Beetz.