Surprised at this given the drop off in quality between series 1 and 2, and even then it wasn’t like the first series blew me away. Frankly of six episodes only one was brilliant (notably the one Konnie Huq co-wrote) still I will probably watch it, just because it’s nice to have an anthology series like that out there. I just hope they tinker with the format for these four, and maybe not have Brooker writing all of them. Also it’d be nice if the odd one wasn’t utterly depressing and nihilistic. Yes Twilight Zone and the Outer Limits had downer endings, but they also had episodes that were about hope and beauty.