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Netflix Says Black Mirror Season 7 Will Be Ready To Drop In 2025



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Hold onto your thinking caps, tech enthusiasts – Netflix is bringing back the chilling sci-fi anthology series Black Mirror for a seventh season in 2025, according to a report from The Verge. Creator Charlie Brooker’s brainchild will return with six brand new episodes, with a thrilling twist: one episode will act as a sequel to the popular season 4 premiere, “USS Callister.”

Black Mirror Season 7 Spoiler!

While details remain scarce, Netflix revealed a tantalizing detail about the “USS Callister” follow-up: “Robert Daly is dead, but for the crew of the USS Callister, their problems are just beginning.” This cryptic message hints at a continuation of the mind-bending themes explored in the original episode, which saw Plemons portray a tyrannical video game developer who trapped his employees’ consciousnesses in a simulated reality.

Black Mirror’s return marks a swift comeback compared to its previous hiatuses. Season 6 premiered just last year, delivering a diverse range of stories that both terrified and intrigued audiences. From the cosmic horrors of space to the unsettling world of celebrity obsession, and a chilling satire of the future of streaming services that feels eerily familiar, Season 6 proved Black Mirror hasn’t lost its touch.

With the ever-evolving landscape of technology, particularly the rise of artificial intelligence and the burgeoning metaverse, Season 7 is sure to offer fresh takes on the dark side of our digital world. While specific plot details remain under wraps, one thing’s for certain: Black Mirror is poised to once again hold a mirror to our tech-driven society, reflecting both its wonders and its potential pitfalls.

Just in case you haven’t watched the previous seasons or want a quick recap,

Here’s a quick rundown of each Black Mirror season:

Black Mirror Season 1 (2011)

Rotten Tomatoes Score: 98%

Black Mirror explodes onto the scene with a bang. The Prime Minister is forced into a humiliating act, a talent show satirizes our obsession with entertainment, and memories become relivable – but at what cost? This season hooked viewers with its dark portrayal of technology’s potential pitfalls.

“White Christmas” (2014 Christmas Special)

Rotten Tomatoes Score: 90%

This standalone Christmas special is a masterclass in bleakness. Three interconnected stories explore themes of loneliness, existentialism, and punishment, delivering a chilling and unforgettable narrative.

Black Mirror Season 2 (2013)

Rotten Tomatoes Score: 88%

Building on Season 1’s success, Season 2 delivers emotional gut punches like “Be Right Back” (grief and technology) and the iconic “White Bear” (twisted reality and punishment). While the finale falters, the first two episodes are considered fan favorites.

Black Mirror Season 3 (2016)

Rotten Tomatoes Score: 86%

With a Netflix move, Season 3 sees a budget boost. “Shut Up and Dance” is a gripping social commentary, and “Playtest” delivers horror-fueled thrills. Alex Lawther shines as a young man forced into absurd situations.

Black Mirror Season 4 (2017)

Rotten Tomatoes Score: 86%

Parental control gone wrong, a dark twist on dating apps, and the chilling “Black Museum” solidify Season 4’s bleakness. However, the quality remains high, with “Crocodile” and “Black Museum” leaving viewers satisfied (yet terrified).

Black Mirror Season 5 (2019)

Rotten Tomatoes Score: 67%

Season 5 is considered the weakest, with inconsistent quality. “Smithereens” explores digital addiction brilliantly, but overall, the season lacks the previous seasons’ brilliance. Andrew Scott’s performance remains a highlight.

Bandersnatch (2018)

Rotten Tomatoes Score: 74%

This interactive film lets viewers choose the fate of the protagonist, making it a unique experience. While innovative, it doesn’t have high replay value. The psychological thriller elements and meta-storytelling were enjoyed by many.

Black Mirror Season 6 (2023)

Rotten Tomatoes Score: 77%

The latest season was divisive. Star power shines in episodes like “Joan is Awful” and “Beyond the Sea,” while “Demon 79” features familiar faces. Instead of typical tech dystopias, it transports modern anxieties to historical settings. The retro horror vibe is not for everyone, but hidden gems like Aaron Paul’s episode and “Joan is Awful” exist.

So, go catch up if you haven’t, and the rest of us can sit tight as we wait for Season 7 next year!

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Talented Artists on Social Media You Need To Listen To



In the age of digital discovery, the music industry has undergone a seismic shift. Social media platforms have transformed into breeding grounds for a new wave of artists, who are blending the classic art of cover songs with the raw authenticity of original music. These talented artists are captivating audiences with their unique blend of talent and technology, redefining the path to stardom.

Let’s take a look at these talented artists on social media:

Zeba Tommy @zeba.tommy

Zeba Tommy is a multilingual singer from the coastal town of Kochi. She is a talented singer, performer and a vocal-arranger who is quite popular on social media. Amongst various other projects, Zeba has lent her voice to an advertisement by Swa Diamonds and also to “Hridayam, a way through heart,” a musical video by Sacred Heart college students. She often collaborates with various singers for projects or her own content as well. She has also lent her voice to Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s web series “Heeramandi – The Diamond Bazaar”. Some languages she sings in are Hindi, English, Tamil, and Malayalam.

Zeba’s latest songs are Kaattin Chiri Kelkkam from Kaattin Chiri Kelkkam (From “Secret “) and Sadhaa from Philip’s in 2024, The First Tear Drop and Into The Future from Love Mouli in 2022. 

Here is a cover by Zeba:

Ashmita Bartaria @ashmita.bartaria

Ashmita Bartaria is a singer who designed her creative umbrella. She loves to sing, write and design. Being a Director at World Trade Park, she is based out of Jaipur, Rajasthan.

Here is a self-written version of ‘Pehele Bhi Main’ from Animal by Ashmita:

She also creates background music for her covers with various sounds and instruments. Get ready to be captivated by this incredibly talented singer.

Ashmita sings melodious covers in Hindi, mostly Bollywood songs. When she collaborates with artists, she brings out the best in herself. 

Muheet Bharti @muheetbharti

Muheet Bharti is an Indian classical singer, composer and music producer. Born in Kota, Rajasthan, he grew up in a musical family. Graduating from Berklee College of Music, Boston in 2021, he became a professional musician. Exploring different ragas he created 4 songs of his own: Jithe Pyaar, Maira, Ab Mori Chhaad De and Dil Kya Kahe. He sang for an advertisement of ‘Mango Fruity Jingle,’ getting an opportunity to work with Nadia Chauhan, Alia Bhatt, and Salim Merchant. He also loves to sing covers of Ghazals and Kalaams of veteran artists. 

Here is a cover by Muheet: 

Biraj Guhabiswas @biraj_music

Biraj Guhabiswas is a singer who makes soothing songs with series on Instagram. Recently, he started singing ‘Underrated Songs’, which are melodious to listen to. Being a Bengali, he sings in Hindi as well as Bengali. Based out of Delhi, he also sings in Punjabi and sings amazing covers inspired by Bollywood songs. Biraj believes that music can heal anything. 

Biraj’s self-written song: 

Prateek Jumrani @prateekjumranilive

Prateek Jumrani is a musician based out of Hyderabad. He sings in wide range of Styles and Genres like Ghazals, Sufi, Retro, Rock, Punjabi, Bollwood Music. Posting soulful music covers inspired by Bollywood music on his Instagram handle is his way of expressing love for music.

Here is a Gujarati song cover by Prateek:

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Top 5 Kid Influencers To Follow On Instagram



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Apart from young influencers, there are a talented bunch of kids who are taking social media by storm. These kids influencers are the rising stars of social media, captivating audiences with their unique charm and creativity. These young talents, often guided by their parents or guardians, are making waves across various platforms, particularly Instagram. Their influence extends far beyond their age, as they engage in a wide range of activities that appeal to diverse audiences.

Want to know more about these little champs? Here is a list of kid influencers who need to be followed on Instagram!

Keya Ingle

Keya Ingle is a popular kid influencer renowned for her engaging content on social media, particularly Instagram. She shares a diverse range of posts, including fashion, dance, and fun lifestyle moments, showcasing her vibrant personality and creativity. Keya has garnered a significant following due to her charming presence and relatable content, making her a beloved figure among children and families. Notably, she has received accolades such as ‘The Rising Star Kids Award’ and the ‘Maharashtra Yuva Star Award’ for Best Child Actor Influencer.

Kiara Nautiyal

Kiara Nautiyal is a talented young influencer celebrated for her vibrant presence on Instagram. As both a fashion and lifestyle influencer, she has quickly become one of the most successful child influencers in India, boasting an impressive fan base of 540K followers. Kiara was honored as ‘Best Child Influencer’ at the Impact Digital Influencer Awards 2022, solidifying her status in the digital space.

Amreen Malhotra

Amreen Malhotra is well-known for her captivating fashion, beauty, fun, and lip-sync videos. She has collaborated with several major brands and amassed a strong following of 491K on Instagram, placing her among the top child influencers. Amreen’s content not only entertains but also inspires her audience, reflecting the growing trend of young creators making an impact in the digital landscape.

Aayu Pihu

Aayu Pihu is a beloved sibling duo recognized for their entertaining and family-friendly content across social media, especially Instagram and YouTube. They create fun videos featuring challenges, skits, and dance routines that resonate with kids and families alike. Their charming personalities and playful interactions have earned them a substantial following. Aayu Pihu’s content is marked by its lightheartedness and relatability, making them cherished figures among kid influencers. Their videos promote positivity and creativity, appealing to a wide audience of young viewers.

Vyomi Radadia

Vyomi Radadia is an exceptional dancer known for her ability to master dance and hoop routines with grace and precision. Her captivating dance videos receive enthusiastic responses from her fans. Despite her young age, Vyomi has already made a name for herself on Instagram, becoming a popular figure among her peers.

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Male Creators Who Steal the Show, But as Women



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Several male creators dress up as women, often for comedic purposes or to explore gender fluidity in their content. The main aim is to entertain their fans and followers through their acts. These creators frequently use social media platforms to break stereotypes, challenge societal norms, and deliver a unique brand of humour. And they’ve been stealing the show, just by crossdressing as women!

Here are some notable actors /creators who dress up as women to entertain and bring a unique perspective to their content:

Gaurav Gera

Gaurav Gera is a well-known actor and creator who has gained popularity for his humorous and relatable characters. His most famous character, Chutki, is a young, bubbly girl who engages in light-hearted and funny conversations. Chutki’s interactions, especially with her neighbour, the Shopkeeper (also played by Gaurav), have become viral sensations. He has also created and portrayed various other characters, including Billi Mausi and Beta Ji, each bringing unique comedic elements to his content.

Ssumier Pasricha

Actor and creator Ssumier Pasricha is famous for his character “Pammi Aunty,” a middle-aged Punjabi woman who delivers humorous takes on everyday life. Pammi Aunty, who loves to gossip and discuss daily issues with a humorous twist, is easily recognizable by her floral headscarf, large glasses, and ubiquitous rolling pin. Ssumier’s portrayal of Pammi Aunty showcases his talent for comedy and his ability to connect with audiences through humor and satire.

Sanket Bhosale

Sanket Bhosale is a renowned comedian, mimicry artist, actor, and social media personality. He is best known for his impeccable mimicry skills and humorous portrayals of various celebrities. Sanket often entertains his followers by dressing up as a girl, playing a character who frequently cries over petty things. His mimicry videos and performances have made him a beloved figure in the Indian comedy scene, earning him a loyal fan base on social media.

Rohit Gujjar

Rohit Gujjar is known for his versatility and has gained popularity through his unique style of comedy and engaging social media presence. He often dresses up as female characters in his comedic videos, receiving great responses on social media platforms. Rohit frequently collaborates with Gaurav Gera, where they both turn into make-up artists, adding a humorous twist to their content.

These creators continue to entertain and engage their audiences with their humorous and innovative content, using their characters to bring joy and laughter to their followers. Dare we say, they’re some of the funniest (wo)men we know?

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