Valentine's Day is a great day to revel in a relationship, but a better day to embrace the existential dread or spiral into doubt about whether love even exists! Netflix and Black Mirror have you covered there with the actual invention of Coach, the Season 4 dating app that tells people exactly how long their relationships will last. In "Hang the D. At first, Frank and Amy get 12 hours together, but a second chance proves to be longer and more complicated due to how they approach the System and its power over when relationships end.
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The dating-app future of Black Mirror’s Hang The DJ doesn’t seem that implausible
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Our editorial content is not influenced by any commissions we receive. Of course, in typical Black Mirror style, it also leans heavily into how this type of technology could ultimately kill the part of you that gets excited about relationships at all. Although that might be a sentiment a lot of people today could get behind, the truth is the Coach app is a far cry from our current dating apps—well, at least until now. Trust the system.
The polarizing Black Mirror Season 4 episode " Hang the DJ " depicted a futuristic dating app in which an AI called "Coach" only gives daters a set amount of time — 12 hours, or even 12 years — to date a potential partner before they must move on to their next match. Now, of course, somebody has actually built an app inspired by the somewhat dystopian system. First spotted by Forbes , it's called Juliet and is available for free in the App Store. On Jan.