Dec 01, 2016 04:47 AM EST

'Black Mirror' ‘San Junipero’ Soundtrack will be Offered by Netflix; Most Well-Received Epiosde of the Season?

By vicmariki

"Black Mirror" season 3 has been released and is now streaming on Netflix. Just like the previous seasons, people were left feeling restless because its story makes the audience to be fully immersed and engaged. This season has one of the most liked episodes called "San Junipero." Netflix has promised to give out the score of exactly how well this episode was received.

According to Paste Magazine, this episode had a great and striking soundtrack with a good plot. The lovers of "Black Mirror" are going to have access to the soundtracks soon. The sad part is that the pop music that was played frequently in most parts of the episode's soundtrack will not be in the released.

Despite this, it is comforting that the creator of the show created a playlist that people can listen to revealing that he liked all the songs. This will allow fans to listen to other songs that are not included in the soundtrack.

The soundtrack will have 10 songs which will be released by Lakeshore Records on Netflix December 2nd. It will contain the loved music created by Mansell which made "San Junipero" such a cool episode and allowed the fans to feel engaged. Fans loved the season despite its plot and mixes and therefore release of the soundtrack is great news.

According to Exclaim, Charlie Brooker is the one who created "Black Mirror" and he is the writer of "San Junipero". The director of this episode was Owen Harris. The episode has a story of two women who are the lead characters.

These women are in love and the story is about their love. This story appeared as a climax of this season and the fans loved it. The release of this soundtrack may be because of how well "San Junipero" was received by the "Black Mirror" fans. 

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