Last year, we had the UK Prime Minister fornicating with a pig on live TV, we had a pretty flat depiction of Orwellian society by way of an X Factor type homage co-written by Konnie Huq, which was a bit pants, and then we had something altogether darker. This year, expect "all sorts of unpleasant things and also one of them is very sad."

The good people at Channel 4 have slightly more details than the show's creator, Charlie 'I Can Make You Hate' Brooker, and here they are courtesy of Digital Spy.

Be Right Back involves a terrifying twist on the world of social media, with Martha (Hayley Atwell) using a new online service to 'communicate' with her dead boyfriend Ash - played by the very talented Domhnall Gleeson. And we're not just saying that because he's Irish; Immaturity For Charity was singularly the best bit of Television broadcast over the Christmas period. 

The Waldo Moment will star Daniel Rigby as Jamie Salter, a failed comedian who becomes the voice of Waldo - an anarchic animated character on a satirical late-night topical comedy show. Salter's life spirals out of control as he becomes frustrated with the world of politics and blue bear Waldo becomes a very real candidate in the upcoming by-election. Jason Flemyng also stars as TV exec Jack Napier.

Lastly, we have Being Human actress Lenora Crichlow playing the amnesic Toni - a woman on the run from a hostile figure (Michael Smiley) - in Black Mirror's third and final instalment White Bear. Ian Bonar (Skyfall) and Tuppence Middleton (Spies of Warsaw) will also star in the "dystopian thriller."

Channel 4 haven't decided when they're going to broadcast the series, but we'll endeavor to keep you posted.