Netflix’s choose your own adventure movie Black Mirror: Bandersnatch is limited to certain devices. If you own an Apple TV or Amazon Fire chances are you might’ve encountered a short clip of characters from previous seasons apologizing to you.
While most of us are more than capable to understand the limitations, the rest has not taken it lightly. More and more tweets are being hurled at thrown just for this very reason. Let’s take a look at some of the most hilarious ones.
Absolutely gutted ya can’t watch Bandersnatch through Google chrome cast. Contemplating watching it on my phone but that would be a really sorry state of affairs. Sort it out pls @charltonbrooker been waiting for this all year 😭😭😭
— Jen (@jennaleannenord) December 28, 2018
PSA: For anyone wanting to watch Black Mirror: Bandersnatch
Due to how it is shown on Netflix it won't work if watching on certain devices
DO NOT WATCH on the following:
BT YouView box
Samsung Smart TV (Older models)
Virgin TiVo pic.twitter.com/sXNtLD1rDd
— alexURL (@thealexURL) December 28, 2018
I’ve been trying to watch #bandersnatch for an hour now and I can’t find a system to support it 😭😭😭 tried my Apple TV, fire stick, tried to airplay that bitch and it didn’t work.
— Lindsey Painter (@Lindsey___loves) December 29, 2018
— ida: tHE FIRE ANTS IN MY GARDEN (@idaiteseverlarc) December 28, 2018
As you can see, the internet is going over this fact. If you had trouble watching Black Mirror: Bandersnatch, then check out this guide I have put through which might help you get to working. Most likely, all you need to do is update your Netflix app.
Let’s hope that Netflix doesn’t limit it’s content to certain devices the next time as hardware is not something we can keep on updating over time.
If you have any more questions regarding bandersnatch feel free to reach out to me. I’m more than willing to help you out in figuring out things.
On a personal note, it was one of the best movie I have ever played. I enjoyed every bit of it. The illusion of choice is something that’s been around for decades, but the ability to craft something so awesome, Netflix surely deserves praise.