Brooker refused to confirm if Channel 4 had ordered more episodes of the anthology series, but admitted that he has spoken with "lots of writers".
"The idea always has been that we'll make it a playhouse, almost," he told Digital Spy at the recent Arqiva British Academy Television Awards. "There's lots of writers we've spoken to... not that we're doing anymore!"
The Dead Set scribe added that he had been pleased with the reaction to Black Mirror, but admitted that he had felt "snubbed" by the show's lack of BAFTA recognition.
"I was very pleased [with the reaction] - pity BAFTA didn't seem to enjoy it!" he joked. "Of course, I'm going to feel like it was snubbed, cos I did it. [But] it was a strong flavoured show... and I know it's not going to be to everyone's taste."
Brooker also revealed that he is working on a number of other secret projects to air in both late 2012 and 2013.
"I don't know if I've got anything I can talk about, but I'm writing a lot of scripts," he confirmed. "I don't think I'm allowed to say what anything is yet, but there's lots of things still to come."
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