In what some are calling the dawn of interactive TV, Netflix has released Black Mirror: Bandersnatch, a movie that puts viewers in control by letting them choose how the story plays out by way of multiple-choice questions. This special installment of the British techno-paranoia drama hinges on meta, as it traces the path of a video-game designer attempting to adapt his favorite choose-your-own-adventure book until the endless options begin affecting his sanity. There appear to be at least five endings (some claim nine), but only certain devices are supported. “Bandersnatch” comes with five possible endings. Viewers who choose the quickest path, and decide against any do-overs, can make it through the film in around 40 minutes. The average viewing time is around 90 minutes. Altogether, there are over a trillion unique permutations of the story. However, this also includes relatively simple iterations that don’t necessarily alter the story itself. For instance, one of the first decisions is helping Stefan to choose which cereal to eat in the morning. “We want [viewers] to have a successful choice early on,” said Engelbrecht.