Last year Netflix submitted the “San Junipero” episode of “Black Mirror” for Emmy consideration in the category of Best TV Movie, a gamble that paid off as it took home that top prize and as well as Best Mini/Movie Writing for Charlie Brooker. Season 4 of the British production streamed on December 29, with six new episodes available for audiences to drool over. Of this new crop of stand-alone sci-fi tales, which one do YOU think Netflix should submit for consideration at the 2018 Emmys? Vote in our poll below.
“USS Callister” — Jesse Plemons plays a man obsessed with a “Star Trek”-type show, so he creates a virtual world in which avatars of all of his annoying co-workers, including new girl Cristin Milioti, must do his every bidding. Written by Brooker & William Bridges, directed by Toby Haynes.
“Arkangel” — An overprotective mother (Rosemarie DeWitt) subjects her daughter to a new technology that allows her to track her every move and see through her eyes. Written by Brooker, directed by Jodie Foster.
“Crocodile” — After accidentally killing a man and sinking the evidence, a professional woman (Andrea Riseborough) is forced to do another terrible thing to keep her secret. Written by Brooker, directed by John Hillcoat.
“Hang the DJ” — Amy (Georgina Campbell) and Frank (Joe Cole) go on their first date via a new dating app that gives expiration dates on relationships, but things are not all they appear to be. Written by Brooker, directed by Tim Van Patten.
“Metalhead” — Bella (Maxine Peake) and fellow survivors run for their lives from a robot dog in this apocalyptic chase thriller. Written by Brooker, directed by David Slade.
“Black Museum” — While powering up her car, a woman (Letitia Wright) encounters a museum curator (Douglas Hodge) who tells her three stories about his mysterious collection. Written by Brooker, directed by Colm McCarthy.