Netflix Uses Black Mirror to Promote New Ad Campaign

Netflix has launched a new ad campaign that is inspired by the dystopian television series Black Mirror. The campaign, which is called "Streamberry," allows users to upload their photos and create mock-ups of themselves as the stars of a Black Mirror episode. The campaign has been met with mixed reactions, with some people finding it to be creepy and others finding it to be clever and thought-provoking.



The Streamberry website is designed to look like a real streaming service, complete with a search bar, a list of featured shows, and a "sign up" button. However, when users click on the "sign up" button, they are taken to a page that explains that they are actually signing up for a Netflix ad campaign. The page also warns users that their photos may be used on billboards and other promotional materials.

The Streamberry ad campaign has been praised by some for its clever use of satire to raise awareness of the potential dangers of technology. However, others have criticized the campaign for being too creepy and for taking advantage of people's fears.

Whether you find the Streamberry ad campaign to be clever or creepy, there is no doubt that it is effective. The campaign has generated a lot of buzz on social media, and it has helped to raise awareness of Black Mirror.

In addition to the Streamberry website, Netflix has also released a series of promotional videos that are inspired by Black Mirror. These videos feature actors who are recreating scenes from the show, and they are designed to make viewers question the future of technology.

The Netflix Black Mirror ad campaign is a bold and controversial move. However, it is a move that is likely to get people talking about the show. And that is exactly what Netflix wants.