In 2017, Netflix’s Black Mirror was a hit in the US and UK.

It has also been picked up for the US, and is set to air in 2018.

Now, the Netflix original is set for a comeback.

The company’s streaming service has announced that the film will return for a second season in 2019.

In a tweet, Netflix said that it will stream a “limited number of episodes” of the anthology film Black Mirror.

“In 2018, Netflix will bring its award-winning anthology Black Mirror to its platform in the UK and US,” the tweet said.

“We will stream limited episodes of the film on our platform, and we will also be able to stream the film online on Netflix for a limited time in 2019.”

Netflix also promised that episodes from the show would be made available to subscribers in the same way as they would be for previous seasons.

“Netflix will continue to support the series by adding new episodes to the Netflix library,” it said.

Black Mirror stars Charlie Brooker, Gillian Anderson, and Max Headroom, and follows the story of a man who goes on a mysterious mission to find the perfect Black Mirror episode.

The film won the Grand Jury Prize at the 2017 Cannes Film Festival, making it the first ever Netflix film to be nominated for an award.

Netflix also made a major announcement about its upcoming slate of original series.

The streaming service is currently looking for series to be added to its streaming library, with series such as Narcos and House of Cards set to premiere in 2019 and 2020.

Netflix’s 2018 slate of originals includes The Crown, House of Lies, Narcos: A History, House and Marked for Death, The Defenders, Narc, and Black Mirror, as well as the upcoming Orange is the New Black.