Every Black Mirror Episode Ranked Worst To Best

Every Black Mirror Episode Ranked Worst To Best


Black Mirror has emerged as a smartly critical
anthology series about a not-so-distant dystopian future, and humans’ relationship with technology. Most episodes feel like worst-case scenarios
with the ambiance of The Twilight Zone for the 21st Century. Will our future interactions with technology
be uplifting and empowering, or downright terrifying? Scary or not, though, some installments of
Black Mirror are just plain better than others, so here’s a ranking of every episode of the
show so far, from worst to best. Do we even need a spoiler warning here? “The Waldo Moment” When “The Waldo Moment” first hit screens
in 2013, it was met with a pretty resounding yawn. Centered on an off-the-wall animated character
which uses sarcasm to insert itself into the political arena, the title anti-hero was seen
as far too outrageous to ever be taken seriously as a public figure. After the 2016 election cycle in America,
however, Charlie Brooker’s story reads as almost clairvoyant, since political theater
began to descend into similarly cartoonish rhetoric and behaviors. “Mr. Monroe are you addicted?” “No.” “Sorry, I mean, are you a d—head?” Despite that unexpected brush with reality,
though, the episode is still one of the show’s least enjoyable segments due to its relatively
tedious pacing, thin character development, and uninspired dialogue. “Crocodile” If there’s any Black Mirror chapter that should
give people pause about the future of crime-fighting technology, it’s “Crocodile.” The episode expands on the idea of memories
being accessible to machines by having insurance adjusters rifle through peoples’ visual register
for details about incidents they’ve witnessed. The concept and devices involved are compelling,
but the leading character — an architect named Mia — is just a touch too horrible. What transpires in the episode is a series
of escalating wrongs that reaches territory so terrible you’ll wish you had the ability
to erase your memory of the entire hour you’ve just watched. “Metalhead” Not only is “Metalhead” the shortest Black
Mirror episode, but it’s also the only one that’s entirely black and white, which really
ramps up the sense of dread and hopelessness throughout its 41-minute runtime. “Metalhead” centers on a bitter chase between
a woman named Bella and a robot dog, trained to slaughter people on sight and brimming
with terrifying weaponry. But despite its grim mood and action sequences,
there’s not a lot of substance here. And its connection to the rest of Black Mirror
is tenuous, which makes it one of the least meaningful episodes of the series. “Arkangel” In the age of helicopter parenting and GPS
trackers for kids, “Arkangel” has a pretty realistic plot. A woman signs her kid up for an experimental
monitoring procedure after she goes missing for a brief but scary moment, and the device
proves to be helpful in managing her toddler days. Things change when her daughter enters her
typical teenage rebellion phase, and mommy starts invading her privacy in ways only the
device can allow. What happens from there is pretty predictable. For a show that hinges on its surprise factor,
the result is a boring, overwrought PSA on aggressive parenting. “The National Anthem” Black Mirror’s inaugural episode centers on
a royal kidnapping, in which the culprits demand that the Prime Minister make whoopie
with a pig on live television in order for the nation’s beloved princess to be released
unharmed. The now-legendary episode offers some serious
cultural commentary on the psychological nature of viral videos and how the freedom of the
internet challenges authority. Oddly enough, the episode also drew some all-too-real
parallels to the supposed PigGate controversy involving then-Prime Minister David Cameron. But in the grand landscape of Black Mirror
now, it’s a pretty mediocre episode compared to its successors. “Shut Up And Dance” Webcam hacking is a legitimate concern for
the modern age, so the bare bones basis of “Shut Up and Dance” is solid. But the more and more “Shut Up and Dance”
unravels, the less compelling it turns out to be. The narrative starts out with a kid being
blackmailed by people who’ve recorded him having private times at his computer. He’s then sent on a series of increasingly
dangerous missions, and we’re left to wonder why he’d put himself in so much danger over
something so innocent. It’s not until we find out that his act was
not so innocent after all that things start to make sense. But by then it’s a little too late to redeem
the episode from being boring — the worst sin of all. “Black Museum” In an episode obviously built for Easter egg
hunters, “Black Museum” has a little bit of everything: a doctor who gets addicted to
patient pain zaps; a comatose mom whose soul gets left to rot in a stuffed animal … “Monkey needs a hug.” …and a hologram soul who’s made to experience
his execution for a crime he didn’t commit a thousand times over for the sake of people’s’
sick pleasure. The anthology-within-an-anthology style of
the episode wasn’t new ground. But there are enough winks to iconic Black
Mirror moments and surprise twists to give the audience a minor thrill or two. “Men Against Fire” The most poignant commentary on the morality
of war comes by way of “Men Against Fire,” which centers on a man who belongs to a military
of the future. He’s got an implant that turns soldiers into
massacre machines, augmenting reality and keeping them focused on the task at hand:
wiping out “roaches,” which are said to be mutated humans who roam the world. After a few successful slaughter sessions,
a glitch in his implant reveals the truth; these roaches aren’t mutants, but ordinary
humans. The device has altered their appearance to
make them easier to attack. It’s a devastating truth, and asks a lot of
questions real-life soldiers’ face on any given battlefield. “The Entire History of You” Perhaps “Crocodile” and “Arkangel” didn’t
work so well because Black Mirror’s depiction of an Orwellian, tech-enslaved society was
done so well the first time around. Capturing every moment, an implant called
a “grain” in “The Entire History of You” allows people to replay their memories with all the
ease of Apple TV. The vulnerability of the implant is shown
through the eyes of a young lawyer whose growing mistrust of his wife leads him down a paranoid,
memory-revisiting tunnel of self-indulgence. The story mainly explores how the implant
has fractured social interactions. This epitomizes how Black Mirror creates a
version of the near-future that isn’t all that unrealistic… and all the more terrifying
as a result. “White Bear” A woman named Victoria Skillane wakes up in
an apartment building with no memory of who or where she is, or why people around her
seem more interested in filming her terror than helping her escape the weapon-wielding
people who chase her. “White Bear! There’s something not right about White Bear!” The episode ends with a massive payoff that
features one morally provoking twist. Viewers are left to question everything — from
crime and punishment, to cameraphone culture. “Hated in the Nation” In this episode, robotic bees have been deployed
to replace real bees’ dwindling populations. But, of course, the drone devices are hacked
by a rogue group, who turn them against whoever arrives as enemy number one on social media. And then, they amp up the violence even further. Not only is it a commentary on surveillance,
but it’s also a warning signal about the desensitization to social media, and the creation of a cyber-mob
mentality. “Playtest” The all-out horror of this episode begins
when a traveler named Cooper is offered what appears to be a dream job — a week’s work
for a cutting edge video company. The catch? A miniature computer implanted into Cooper’s
neck, which mixes virtual reality with the user’s direct experience without the need
for a VR headset. The company’s technology combines augmented
reality with the ability to scan the brain and uncover the user’s deepest fear. “You just stay in here alone and see how long
you last until you’re too scared to continue.” What ensues is genuinely unsettling, filled
with hallucinations, holograms, and more. “Playtest” is an interesting take on the exploitation
of fear as entertainment, how virtual reality can theoretically, push this too far, and
the ethical implications we need to consider. Will we ever reach a stage when too real is
too much? “Hang the DJ” The episode begins with a doomed dinner date,
set up by a couple’s virtual coach, which tells them they’ll only be together for half
a day. “That’s one of the bleakest things I’ve ever
heard.” They’re separated and thrown into a series
of unsatisfying dates. But as they occasionally run into one another
along the way, it’s clear they have some legitimate chemistry that their little techy tool just
can’t understand. They’re eventually paired up again and agree
to ignore the timer instead of finding out their expiration date. But when one of them gets anxious and peeks,
it inadvertently speeds up their relationships’ downfall, which leads them to rebel against
the system altogether. The final twist? Maybe algorithms do understand love after
all. “Nosedive” In this slightly enhanced version of things,
every social interaction a person has is given a numerical score, and a person’s score has
direct impact on what types of housing, finance, and job opportunities they have access to. The central figure of the story tries reconnecting
with a popular childhood friend to increase her ranking, and soon finds that seeking validation
is draining and potentially very damaging. So, it’s a fair warning to us all, really. “USS Callister” This episode centers on a man who has invented
a virtual world in which he has a secret sector dedicated to his pop culture obsession, Space
Fleet. In real life, he’s a social pariah in his
own company, but in his world, he’s the captain and commands complete respect from his crew. Too bad his fake world is populated with digital
versions of his real co-workers, and he’s done some cruel things to them to coax them
into submission. After he kidnaps a fellow coder’s DNA for
his lair, he meets his match. “Okay. Stealing my p—- is a red f—ing line.” That’s when the tables turn. This sprawling adventure story features massive
set-pieces. And even though most of the characters are
digital replicas, they’re just as human and real as anyone. “Fifteen Million Merits” This tragic tale centers on a society of people
who earn their merits by cycling on stationary bikes to generate energy. Merits serve as a currency, but apart from
earning them apples and the right to skip lewd commercials, they’re not very valuable. But having 15 million of them does offer a
person a shot at freedom by way of a ticket to a televised talent competition called Hot
Shot. Our hero generously decides to gift them to
a girl he barely knows from work in the hopes that she can put her singing talents to use. But when she’s given a gig as an adult film
star, he decides to pedal day and night until he can go to the show himself. There’s no real happy ending here. By defeating the system, he becomes just another
cog in another system, with just a slightly better bit of window dressing. The future is grim, people, and this show’s
just here to remind us of that. “Be Right Back” Losing someone is hard, so when “Be Right
Back” gives a grieving, pregnant woman a chance to enjoy more time with her lost love, it’s
understandable why she chooses to do so. At first, he merely returns to her in chat
format, with a computer program recreating his communication style perfectly. Then, it becomes more intense. Eventually, our heroine realizes her robo-beau
is only a skin-deep replacement for the real thing. The synthetic version might have gotten his
catch phrases and speaking style down, but it’s only a fragment of the real person. Is that better than nothing? “White Christmas” This episode begins with a pair of isolated
men, talking with one another on Christmas Day. One explains how he witnessed the poisoning
of a client he was virtually date-coaching, and discusses his day job: creating digitally
cloned consciousnesses. The other admits that he’d spent years stalking
his ex-girlfriend and his estranged daughter, which didn’t end well. The final twist reveals a series of shocking
truths, but mostly raises questions about the future of the criminal justice system. It’s another episode that centers on our reliance
on technological evidence, the nature of coerced confessions, and has a hint of casual cruelty
in the mix as well. It’s definitely worth watching. “San Junipero” As our top episode pick, “San Junipero” shows
love as an all-conquering, blistering light that fractures the dark dystopia of the Black
Mirror universe. It ultimately illustrates how technology could,
after all, work out for the best. The two young ladies in the lead strike up
an unexpected romance in 1987, but then their story suddenly takes them through other decades. Soon, we discover they’re merely projections
of their own consciousness, and their real forms are actually in the twilight of their
lives in a hospital. What results is an episode that serves as
a meditation on life, the transcendence of love, and the power of a great throwback soundtrack. “San Junipero” is science fiction at its best. If there’s any episode from this entire series
that’s bound to stick with you and infect you with real feelings, this is the one. Thanks for watching! Click the Looper icon to subscribe to our
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100 Comments

  • Looper

    March 13, 2018

    What other series' episodes should we rank next? Spoilers: "The Grove" is still The Walking Dead's best episode.

    Reply
  • Franco

    June 28, 2019

    12:27 No, that One it's Hang The Dj, that episode is pure joy and the OST it's marvelous

    Reply
  • Nabila Fathia

    July 1, 2019

    i personally rank how good something is by the amount of crying i have during watching and istg i have never in my life literally cried non stop from start to finish until i watched be right back, an absolute masterpiece

    Reply
  • Vicki Sapp

    July 1, 2019

    Sorry, I think "Metalhead" is perfect, not to mention perfectly terrifying. And if they think the "connection to BM is tenuous," they've never heard of AI and robotics. My favorite remains "15 Million Merits."

    Reply
  • Phoebe Grace

    July 3, 2019

    SHUT UP AND DANCE IS A MASTERPIECE YOU IMBECILE HOW DARE YOU NOT PUT THIS WORK OF ART HIGHER

    Reply
  • Charles Thompson

    July 5, 2019

    How is Arkangel better than Metalhead?

    Reply
  • Jade Aria

    July 5, 2019

    I’m sorry but 15 million merits was one of the worst when u out it above black museum I knew something was wrong

    Reply
  • SupremeGoat 24k

    July 6, 2019

    Ok wtf is this list

    Reply
  • Teagan Brunner

    July 8, 2019

    Shut Up and Dance is one of the best. Hands down FULL STOP

    Reply
  • Patrick Vídeo Reviews

    July 8, 2019

    i enjoyed the waldo moment within the "best" episodes

    Reply
  • Nur Mrang

    July 9, 2019

    Best of the best is of course Hated in Nation.

    Reply
  • Roller Girl

    July 9, 2019

    Wrong wrong wrong wrong wrong. I think“Crocodile” is among the best.

    Reply
  • Sam Watts

    July 9, 2019

    BLASPHEMY

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  • Sam Watts

    July 9, 2019

    “The more and more ‘shut up and dance’ unravels, the less compelling it turns out to be” WRONG WRONG WRONG

    Reply
  • Jethro Cantoria

    July 10, 2019

    Playtest #1

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  • Ilovelawliet346 _

    July 10, 2019

    For me BY FAR ARKANGEL WAS THE WORST THAT SHOULD BE AT THE BOTTOM LITERALLY ITS SHIT SHUTUP AND DANCE AND WHITE BEAR IS THE BEST I HATE THIS LIST SNEJJW

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  • Ilovelawliet346 _

    July 10, 2019

    OK SAN JUNEPERO BEING FIRST IS THE ONLY GOOD THING ABT THIS BUT WHAT ABOUT SHUTUP AND DANCE AND BLACK MUESEUM HAJWJWJ

    Reply
  • Lee H.

    July 10, 2019

    Wtf….. are you serious? Out of all the episodes you chose the most mediocre episode of the entire series…. I mean where is nosedive? One of the most legit episodes which is also where our society is headed…. this was a lame ass ranking

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  • Greg from motown

    July 10, 2019

    Bs …crocodile and ark angel are 2 of the best.

    Reply
  • Daithí Murphy

    July 13, 2019

    Best episodes are White Bear, Shut up and Dance, White Christmas and Playtest by far

    Reply
  • Leon Mössinger

    July 13, 2019

    San junipero??? I Think thats boring

    Reply
  • Steve Goody

    July 13, 2019

    Metalhead was brilliant.

    Reply
  • Xo Lou

    July 14, 2019

    So the crocodile and archangel did not hit as much as an episode about CHEATING?

    Reply
  • Xo Lou

    July 14, 2019

    Crocodile is just another sequel of 15 million herrits as you understood so much ….

    Reply
  • Xo Lou

    July 14, 2019

    Crocodile is also basically about Hillary Clinton.

    Reply
  • Xo Lou

    July 14, 2019

    Brb is just like…. idk like could he have said he was a robot after al… no but really who does that. There a story in Harry Potter which reminded me of Ron … there is like a ressurection stone, but if you can ressurect someone it shows up as stone hard emotionless ‘shadow’ which is not really a shadow but a person . But this woman said to his husband like why you ended up summing be back is fu Jed up lol she should be go on that dating program he died

    Reply
  • Xo Lou

    July 14, 2019

    You should have explained why the most boring episode about woman 👩🏼 perspective is the most bestselling

    Reply
  • Logan Owens

    July 15, 2019

    Shut Up and Dance is one of the best after Rachel, Jack and Ashley Too fight me

    Reply
  • destiny leah

    July 15, 2019

    hang the dj and black museum are my favorites and san junipero was my least it was hard to keep up

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  • S Gunna

    July 16, 2019

    It’s so hard to rank them. Although San Junipero was absolutely amazing. It was also extremely emotional with a relatively happy ending. But I think the beauty about black mirror is that there really is something for everyone

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  • Jack Thomas

    July 16, 2019

    Wtf is this ranking, metal head and crocodile is very good

    Reply
  • Carolina Marchese

    July 17, 2019

    I feel like there aren’t any bad Black Mirror episodes. They all had a different impact on me and it’s one of the only shows that stimulates my mind so much.

    Reply
  • camden svec

    July 19, 2019

    i’m not a fan of the waldo moment, but that is NOT the worst one bahaha

    Reply
  • camden svec

    July 19, 2019

    san junipero as #1?? ur kidding.. shut up and dance did not deserve that ranking lol

    Reply
  • camden svec

    July 19, 2019

    arkangel deserves better… i do not agree with this video at all bahaha

    Reply
  • camden svec

    July 19, 2019

    hated in the nation as one of the top ones.. ur kidding

    Reply
  • _stoner04

    July 19, 2019

    Black museum, shut up and dance and The national anthem are literally the best ones

    Reply
  • I'm a swimming fool

    July 19, 2019

    we need to work more on your ranking skills

    Reply
  • Diego Rafael Josue

    July 19, 2019

    This Things are pretty BS. I actually Love The Waldo Moment

    Reply
  • Vladimir Pennysuckovski

    July 20, 2019

    Holy shit you actually put that garbage made up heaven episode to best and shut up and dance to 3rd worst? If you reversed this list i may have had some respect for you even though i'd think that you are stupid

    Reply
  • Caity C

    July 21, 2019

    My Top 3
    3: Shut Up and Dance
    2: 15 Million Merits
    1: White Christmas

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  • Bilb Ono

    July 22, 2019

    trash rankings. National Anthem was the only episode that wasn't exceptionally good, in my opinion.

    Reply
  • Papa Franku

    July 22, 2019

    Hated in the nation is the worst episode

    Reply
  • Nik Nak

    July 22, 2019

    I think Americans struggle with some of the dark humour in black mirror. There are a lot of things in some black mirror episodes that have more of an entertainment appeal to brits

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  • Artheos

    July 22, 2019

    All ranking he does is bad

    Reply
  • LetsPlayPC

    July 24, 2019

    All of the crappy, unoriginal "Omniscent Hacker" cliché episodes belong at the bottom  (Shut up and dance, National Anthem, Hated in the Nation).

    Reply
  • guillaume le cam

    July 25, 2019

    Am i the only person to rank the waldo moment at the very best place?

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  • tony1 star

    July 25, 2019

    In my opinion San Junipero would be at the bottom with Nosedive or Shut up and dance at the, this show is about the dangers of technology, not how technology can bring you happiness, it shouldn't bring you happiness.

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  • danielle

    July 25, 2019

    i can’t be the only one who doesn’t see the appeal of san junipero?

    Reply
  • 桃子 peachygelic

    July 26, 2019

    shut up and dance deserved better

    Reply
  • Lily Rose

    July 26, 2019

    Black Museum is truly a masterpiece

    Reply
  • Mae Phelps

    July 27, 2019

    Y’all big trippin on this ranking? Who did this? I just want to talk!

    Reply
  • Anant Parasher

    July 27, 2019

    Shut up and Dance is number 1…No Debate!

    Reply
  • OverKill

    July 27, 2019

    Excuse me you rated men against fire higher than shut up and dance that is unacceptable insolent outrageous disgusting purposterous disgraceful abhorrent behaviour

    Reply
  • GQ Tuesday

    July 28, 2019

    NOSE DIVE WASNT THAT GOOD

    Reply
  • Patrick Handrigan

    July 29, 2019

    I actually thought Fifteen Million Merits I thought was the worst. I found the lore of that particular episode was hard to follow and wasn’t nearly as interesting as a lot of the others.

    Reply
  • changkyun’s acne scars

    July 31, 2019

    uss callister was an awful episode,, and shut up and dance should be way higher

    Reply
  • Nico Pacheco

    August 1, 2019

    Metalhead is one of my favorite episodes

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  • Nico Pacheco

    August 1, 2019

    ARE YOU KIDDING ME??? FIFTEEN MILLION MERITS IS A GOOD EPISODE??? I don't fucking get it

    Reply
  • hellobee

    August 1, 2019

    In my opinion, shut up and dance is one of the best episodes,
    That last phone call was chilling…

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  • Giva The Lizard

    August 1, 2019

    You’re so annoying fick you

    Reply
  • CPM Music

    August 5, 2019

    San Junipero is a classic

    Reply
  • Default Default

    August 6, 2019

    Did he just called "Shut up and Dance" Boring!?
    Worst list ever

    Reply
  • Patricia Biron

    August 7, 2019

    Man againts fire is waaayyyy under shut up and dance
    , in my point of view. You can't rank Black mirror.

    Reply
  • F Wolf

    August 7, 2019

    metal head is the worst dont @ me

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  • J K

    August 8, 2019

    Definitely, San Junípero is the best episode! 🥰

    Reply
  • I Like The Guy In The Thumbnail

    August 9, 2019

    I think shut up and dance is probably the best episode

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  • shai

    August 9, 2019

    Okay no Black museum is way better than white Bear

    Reply
  • The Army Of Defaults

    August 9, 2019

    What a horrible list

    Reply
  • Siyanda Njunga

    August 11, 2019

    Your opinion is WRONG

    Reply
  • Cedie Pili

    August 12, 2019

    I really loved black museum

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  • Jynxs0na

    August 14, 2019

    Cant rate black mirror episodes. Some episodes make me wanna cry. Some make me wanna die.

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  • MegaKossak

    August 14, 2019

    The Miley Cyrus episode was the worst.

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  • EGd GeM

    August 15, 2019

    the people who ranked this probably didn't even watch the show

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  • Antonia Dunn

    August 15, 2019

    White Christmas is the best episode don’t @ me

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  • Idid10Ƒʉͫcͧкͭιͪηͣgrassbladess

    August 16, 2019

    Metalhead should definitely be at the bottom lol

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  • skksks jkjjjkkjj

    August 16, 2019

    Ok but can we all just talk for a sec about how fucking underrated Playtest and White Bear are Like, Playtest just showed how a game can turn into danger within a few seconds and it was just so fucked but in a good way, and White Bear sorry not sorry but I think it is the best episode ever, it was fucked in a good way too, it felt like a movie and the plot at the end was just amazing, it felt like the Personal hell for Victoria or whatever her name was. OH AND LETS NOT FORGET ABOUT BE RIGHT BACK OMG. First of all, the soundtrack is just so hauntingly melancholic and amazing, second, it was so sad and idk bout u but I had just that feeling while watching it that i had never felt before, it felt so surreal and it was so heartbreaking to see how the woman (I am sorry i dont remember her name) just had so much hope but lost it all after she saw "Ash" and how he was acting and talking, like i was too afraid to watch the next episode bcs it messed me up so fucking bad.

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  • Jacob MtCastle

    August 17, 2019

    They didn’t even show the ending of Playtest. That episode is when I quit Black Mirror

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  • Arpan Das

    August 17, 2019

    My personal favourite was White Christmas and I was hoping it gets a high ranking. Felt relieved when it did. Also, I think Playtest and Black Museum had a sort of horror touch to them and they deserved better. I would also include Hated in the Nation in my top 3.

    Reply
  • Luis Sullon

    August 19, 2019

    crocodile was great tho 😂😂😂

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  • Matte Matte

    August 21, 2019

    The national anthem is one of the best. This is by far the worst ranking.

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  • ztails external

    August 22, 2019

    Shut up and dance is one of my favorite episodes

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  • UR MOME

    August 22, 2019

    Can we all agree that the people who made this ranking didn’t actually watch the whole show ?

    Reply
  • 32BitDistro

    August 22, 2019

    YEAH BABY! YEAH BABY! I KNEW IT!! SAN JUNIPERO!! THE BEST ONE! (man I loved Yorkie and Kelly, I loved those lesbians <3)

    Reply
  • Jerry Lee

    August 23, 2019

    wtf…mentalhead is good

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  • Nicholas Keough

    August 25, 2019

    This list:

    UdhajxmelaneiSANJUNIPERO

    Thank for watching.

    Reply
  • Gay Bowser

    August 26, 2019

    I can't really come up with a solid favorite list, but my least favorite were The Waldo Moment, Arkangel, Crocodile, Shut Up And Dance, and Metalhead.

    Reply
  • Xurduzy

    August 26, 2019

    Entire history of you is the best

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  • hannah miller

    August 28, 2019

    playtest is underrated

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  • whodeani Mania

    August 29, 2019

    what about blackout….wasn't that a black mirror episode..

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  • mack legault

    August 29, 2019

    This isnt the best ranking tbh.

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  • SVTCO

    August 30, 2019

    I completely disagree with this guy as Metal Head an Black Museum are in my top 4. Number one by far is Playtest, number two is Nosedive, three is Metal Head and four is Black Museum.

    Reply
  • TJM the Great

    September 1, 2019

    15 million merits is my favorite. Everything about it feels so realistic.

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  • Ji Hoon Lee

    September 1, 2019

    I disliked San Junipero. The premise was all good until the denouement where the other girl said the husband of her partner was selfish to not take the opportunity of living forever when he chose to die and "meet" their daughter who died. I felt it was the most selfish thing you could say to someone who lost somebody they loved.

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  • lila fuentes

    September 1, 2019

    I hate "uss callister"

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  • Joe Duke

    September 1, 2019

    So, liberal maximum. Lesbians, murder, sexual perversity, murder, dystopian, murder… how very Democrat. No thanks.

    Reply
  • Kwum aix

    September 3, 2019

    SOUND ABOUT WHITE…… BLACK MUSEUM HANDS DOWN THE BEST AND HISTORICALLY RELEVANT

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  • sullen girl

    September 3, 2019

    Okay White Bear is so fucking amazing it deserves to be in the Top 3. It says so much about our humanity. Think about it: we already watch reality shows and shit, this new world is so close. You can't change my mind lol.

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  • StringTube

    September 9, 2019

    I'm the only that think the 2^ season is the best?

    Reply
  • Masterhene3

    September 9, 2019

    san junipero was super boring imo.
    just a lesbian love story with time travel blah blah blah.
    nothing remotely interesting happens, so why is it at the top?

    also metalhead should have been lower ranked than that.
    had to google what other people think the meaning of the story was & it made me dislike that episode even more. just lazy with a "wtf rly? u cant be serious" ending.

    Reply

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