If you’re one of those who just can’t get enough of Netflix series Black Mirror, brace yourselves because a book series inspired by the concept of the famed sci-fi anthology is already in the works!
As announced by Penguin Random House on Tuesday, the company acquired rights to publish three original novellas, all of which will be written by popular authors we are yet to know. The books will be edited by Black Mirror creator Charlie Brooker, who also penned episodes from the first and the second season.
While the first volume of the book is set to drop on February next year, the next two books are expected to come out on autumn of 2018 and 2019, respectively.
Black Mirror, which aired its first 2 seasons on Channel 4 before moving to Netflix for its third season, is a satirical sci-fi anthology that explores dark themes of modern society and how the advances of technology affect it.
Its fourth season is slated for release on October this year, and while there’s not much we know of the upcoming season, we could tell you that Jodie Foster (Yep, Jodie Foster!) will be directing an episode entitled ArkAngel.
While waiting for the latest season to arrive, you may stream all three seasons of Black Mirror on Netflix.