The TV commentator, whose zombie horror show Dead Set begins tonight on E4, told DS that a new series would shift its focus away from satirising the media industry.
He admitted: "Yeah, I'd never write it off completely. We worked out a whole set of stuff to happen, a slightly different setting and a few years later. We were going to jettison the [media industry backdrop]. Basically [Nathan's] money had run out and he'd have to move in with his brother, who you have never seen. The same characters, but different setting was the idea."
Brooker added that a second series was delayed by his new horror show and co-writer Chris Morris's comedy movie about British Jihadis.
"We did workshops with the cast and we haven't said we're not going to do it," he commented. "Dead Set got in the way and Chris's Jihadi comedy got in the way. I dare say we'll meet up and do something else."
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