How to Watch Black Mirror: Bandersnatch if it’s Not Available on Your Device.
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If you are currently trying to watch the newly released Black Mirror: Bandersnatch movie on Netflix, but can’t seem to find it anywhere in your library. This article will show you how to fix the issue on some devices and provide alternatives if the device isn’t supported.
If you are a big fan of Black Mirror on Netflix and are desperately trying to watch the latest interactive feature, there’s a good chance you probably can’t find it anywhere in your Netflix Library. Even if you are using the latest tech gadgets. Sadly this is because interactive Netflix content isn’t supported on some of the most popular devices: Apple TV, Chromecast, the Windows Netflix App, and browsers using Silverlight.
Unfortunately, there aren't any one size fits all solutions out there that will allow you to access Black Mirror: Bandersnatch from any device. But there are some solutions available for selected devices and some alternatives/workarounds you can try if you own an Apple TV or Chromecast. So follow along as we guide you through them.
Note: If you’re not interested in the interactive version of Black Mirror: Bandersnatch, the standard version should already be waiting in your library ready to watch. So long as you are located in a region it has been released in.
Can’t Find Black Mirror: Bandersnatch in the Netflix Library on Your Device? No Problem! Update Your Netflix App.
The first thing you can do if you are trying to watch Black Mirror: Bandersnatch but can’t find it in your library is check for app updates. This won’t necessarily work on all devices, but there are some that require the app to be updated for it to work. This goes for Smart Tv’s, phones, tablets, game consoles, and PCs. Once your Netflix app has been updated, try to access Black Mirror: Bandersnatch. If it appears on the list, your problem has been solved. If it doesn’t, move on to the next solution.
Black Mirror: Bandersnatch Not Available From Windows Netflix App.
Sadly as mentioned at the very start of this article the Netflix app on Windows 10 doesn’t support the interactive version of Black Mirror: Bandersnatch at this stage. Perhaps in future versions, this will change, but that could be a way off yet.
Black Mirror: Bandersnatch Not Working on Android or iOS?
If updating the Netflix app hasn’t helped on your device and your device has a web browser, you can try accessing Netflix from your browser. Chrome and Firefox work best, however, any browser should work, so long as it doesn’t use Silverlight. To begin open your browser and head on over to Netflix.com. Once you are on the website open the Settings menu for your browser and select Request Desktop Site (or the equivalent for your browser) This will force Netflix to load the full version of their service, allowing you to view Black Mirror: Bandersnatch on “most” devices.
What About Gaming Consoles Like Xbox One and PS4?
If you own an Xbox One or PS4, they will both play interactive content without any issues, however, you should make sure your Netflix app is up to date just in case.
More Interactive Netflix Content?
If you enjoy Black Mirror: Bandersnatch, make sure you check out some of Netflix’s other Interactive content. Although it’s still early days for interactive content, here’s the list of what is currently available:
- Puss in Book: Trapped in an Epic Tale.
- Buddy Thunderstruck: The Maybe Pile.
- Stretch Armstrong: The Breakout.
- Minecraft: Story Mode.
- Black Mirror: Bandersnatch.