Charlie Brooker seen at the 'Black Mirror' panel Q&A at the FYSee exhibit space on Friday, May 19, 2017, in Los Angeles. (Blair Raughley via AP)
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The year out of hell will receive the sham treatment with Grant as a "repulsive historical figure".

The year out of hell, i.e. H. 2020, is about to undergo sham treatment courtesy of Charlie Brooker, creator of Black Mirror. Let the maker of some of television's darkest dystopias conjure up a new one, and again on Netflix, home of the ongoing seasons of Black Mirror.

While details about the mockumentary remain a secret, Hugh Grant announced earlier this year during an interview about "The Undoing" with New York Magazine that he would be featured on the project.

"Charlie Brooker wrote a mockumentary about 2020. It's for Netflix," Grant said, adding that he "will be a historian interviewed over the year. Actually, I'm pretty gross! And you'll like my wig. "Anyone who's watched" The Undoing, "the HBO miniseries starring Nicole Kidman that ended on Sunday, realizes Grant knows a thing or two about being gross.

Netflix officially came on board Charlie Brooker's sci-fi series Black Mirror in 2015, which originated on UK Channel 4. The show's fifth season was released in June 2019 with three episodes on Netflix. This season was another somber, and sometimes comic book, of contemporary society and technology starring Anthony Mackie, Miley Cyrus, Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, Topher Grace, Andrew Scott, and others.



Brooker has long been a cultural satirist, including his BBC show "Charlie Brookers Weekly Wipe," which ran from 2013-2016, with more attention being focused on "Black Mirror". Previously, he was also an outspoken columnist for The Guardian. Brooker has won five Primetime Emmy Awards for "Black Mirror", including 2019 Outstanding Television Movie for the innovative, interactive special "Bandersnatch", three awards in 2018 and two in 2017.

Meanwhile, IndieWire recently interviewed Hugh Grant about the well-watched finale of "The Undoing," a show the actor claims to have tracked online popularity. “It's been a pretty grueling six weeks, either refusing to look on Twitter to see how people react, or giving in after a few drinks and either feeling satisfied or upset about the way people do four hours a night react to certain things – or get depressed when they say, & # 39; Christ, he looks ancient. & # 39; & # 39; He looks 150. & # 39; & # 39; Let's give him a facial. & # 39; & # 39;

Netflix declined a request for comment.

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