Interactive show Black Mirror: Bandersnatch has won two prizes at the Emmy Awards, which recognises excellence in the television industry.
The Netflix programme was named Outstanding Television Movie and was also awarded the prize for Outstanding Creative Achievement In Interactive Media Within A Scripted Program.
Following the event, Black Mirror creator and Bandersnatch executive producer Charlie Brooker told press: “I think there will be a lot more interactive [storytelling]. It’s never going to replace sitting back and being told a story, I think it’s just a different genre that will coexist [with others].”
Brooker has previously said he envisions Black Mirror episodes being remastered in virtual reality one day.
In March, Netflix’s VP of product said the company was “doubling down” on interactive TV and films following the success of Bandersnatch, which he called a “huge hit around the world”, according to Variety.
Netflix is gearing up to launch its live action The Witcher series, although it recently claimed a release date of December 17 posted on some of its social media accounts was listed in error and may not be accurate.