Black Mirror: Death to 2020

“I’d say 2020 was a trainwreck and a shitshow. But that would be unfair to trains … and shit!” ~ Leslie Jones

A year whose story couldn’t be told until now, because it was still happening. From the creators of Black Mirror comes Death to 2020 – a Netflix Comedy Event. December 27.


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Death to 2020 | Official Trailer | Netflix

As the year we all want to end finally does, take a look back at 2020’s mad glory in this comedic retrospective from the creators of “Black Mirror.”

Starring Samuel L. Jackson, Hugh Grant, Lisa Kudrow, Tracey Ullman, Leslie Jones and others I guess this is a show not to be missed. Maybe we need a little laugh to see 2020 out and remain the little bit of dignity still left to us.

But people, please don’t be stupid! Don’t think once January 1st rolls around the pandemic will be gone. Quite the contrary, the 2nd wave will be much more brutal than the first and cost many more human lifes; the new mutated Covid strings are stronger and more infectuous than everything we knew until now. 😮

Let’s remember the Black Mirror masterminds are rather dark visionairies and not really into comedy! 😐

Death to 2020 will be available from December 27 on Netflix and from December 28 in a Pirate Bay near you. 🙂


  1. Ha ha, I just posted about this on my site. I’ll be doing a review although I’m probably not fit for reviewing a comedy movie, as I’m very selective with comedy, so it should be interesting if I don’t fall on my face. 🤠

    I’d be interested to know what you think about it as well. I’m a huge Black Mirror fan.

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    • As I wrote and as a fellow Back Mirror fan I don’t expect this to be a laugh out loud comedy. As typical for the franchise and its British roots I bet it’s gonna be absurdist, sarcastic and dystopian dark, so any laughter will get stuck in out throats.

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