Back when the three episodes of Black Mirror aired in 2011, nobody had yet attempted to dissect our relationship with technology this closely. To offer some context, in that year, Netflix had to apologize for attempting to split off its DVD-by-mail business, the iPad was one year old, and social media as a protest tool took everyone by surprise. And then, when our relationship with the little black mirror kept changing, so did the show. While the sheen might've worn off (the last three episodes have quickly disappeared from the collective consciousness, let's be honest), it's undeniable the impact the series has had on how we portray technology in entertainment. Sometimes frighteningly prophetic, sometimes elating, Black Mirror is for sure one of the shows that best reflect this decade.