Netflix Matched Black Mirror Episodes to Zodiac Signs, and They're Surprisingly Accurate
Whether you've never watched Black Mirror and you're trying to figure out which episode to start with, or you love the show and you're merely revisiting some old favorites, might we suggest pressing play on the episode that corresponds with your zodiac sign? Thanks to a recent video from Netflix, we now know which episodes — which span seasons one through five — match up with your horoscope. Keep scrolling to see the story that best suit your sign!
Virgo — "Hang the DJ"
If you're a Virgo, you should check out this season four episode about a couple who takes part in an elaborate, high-tech matching system designed to find your true soulmate.
Why is it a good pick for Virgos? Because they're typically process-driven, critical thinkers, and ambitious.
Scorpio — "Striking Vipers"
Calling all Scorpio babies! You should watch this season five episode about two estranged friends who end up reuniting in a very, VERY unexpected way.
Why is it a good pick for Scorpios? Because they're typically sexual, enigmatic, and a bit destructive.
Gemini — "USS Callister"
If you're a Gemini, queue up this season four episode that's a highly creepy mix of a horror movie with Star Trek.
Why is it a good pick for Geminis? Because they're typically adaptable, impulsive, and are known for having dual personalities.
Aries — "Rachel, Jack, and Ashley Too"
Netflix picked one of its newer season five episodes for Aries. This episode stars Miley Cyrus as a pop star whose life is derailed by her greedy aunt.
Why is it a good pick for Aries? Because they're typically confident, assertive, and high-achieving.
Capricorn — "Arkangel"
This season four episode follows a mother's overprotective spiral over her young daughter, who she has implanted with an overbearing monitoring device.
Why is it a good pick for Capricorns? Because they're typically focused, persistent, and unforgiving.
Leo — "Nosedive"
Any Leos out there need to watch "Nosedive" ASAP. The season three episode is one of the series' best, starring Bryce Dallas Howard as a woman struggling to keep up with society's high-stress, image-based expectations of people.
Why is it a good pick for Leos? Because they're typically lively, impatient, and proud.
Pisces — "San Junipero"
"San Junipero" is a sweeping, time-traveling love story that still makes us swoon, so any Pisces out there should consider themselves lucky.
Why is it a good pick for a Pisces? Because they're typically ethereal, elusive, and romantic.
Sagittarius — "The Waldo Moment"
This season two episode is a great pick for a Sagittarius, since it picks apart idealistic themes about government and where our society's reliance on technology could be leading us.
Why is it a good pick for a Sagittarius? Because they're typically magnetic, inquisitive, and idealistic.
Libra — "White Christmas"
This Jon Hamm-starring episode puts a chilling spin on artificial intelligence, and how it can be used alongside an intrusive police force.
Why is it a good pick for Libras? Because they're typically intellectual, diplomatic, and seeks harmony.
Cancer — "Smithereens"
Cancers should press play on season five's "Smithereens," which follows a man's mental breakdown and a tense hostage situation, all of which boils down to an obsession with social media.
Why is it a good pick for Cancers? Because they're typically intuitive, empathetic, and compassionate.
Taurus — "Fifteen Million Merits"
If you're a Taurus, check out this heartbreaking season one episode about a man and woman living in a strict society where they earn their livelihoods through astonishingly bleak methods.
Why is it a good pick for a Taurus? Because they're typically loyal, stubborn, and materialistic.
Aquarius — "Black Museum"
This haunting season four episode about a museum dedicated to all the things that have happened in the Black Mirror universe is apparently a good fit for an Aquarius.
Why is it a good pick for an Aquarius? Because they're typically progressive, temperamental, and visionaries.
Watch the full video to see all the accompanying clips that go along with Netflix's suggestions!