Well, I watched the first Black Mirror. A tense and rather harrowing political drama edged with black comedy, in which a serving UK Prime Minister is blackmailed in an unusual and degrading manner under the threat of execution of a member of the Royal Family.
I found it enjoyable initially, but as it wore on I'm afraid I came to the view that it was rather cynical and contemptible.
I haven't seen that one yet so I can't speak to its quality but I do remember reading the premise and thinking it was pretty crude. Not that I'm against crude, I just thought it didn't quite fit with this series. But that's the thing about this show. It surprises.
The range of Black Mirror episodes can run from intensely grim all the way to life affirming but they mostly tend to be on the darker side with "tech dread" being the common tone that runs through all of them. Imo, it's one of the greatest series of the last couple decades.
Some of my favs:
San Junipero (Season 3 | Episode 4) This is one of the greatest hours of television I've ever seen.
USS Callister (Season 4 | Episode 1) Pretty much a straight up comedy and a brilliantly plotted story about the abuse of virtual reality.
Nosedive (Season 3 | Episode 1) A Facebook/Uber style future where your status in life is determined by how other people rate you.
I could keep going but I'll stop there.
I'll check out an episode of The Orville pretty soon.