Channel 4 will air three more 60-minute dramas from Brooker, who will begin filming next month.
The first series featured twisted tales about a fictional Prime Minister being blackmailed into performing a sex act on a pig, a satire on entertainment shows and a story about an alternative reality where most people have a mechanism which records everything they do, see or hear.
"Half of the things in the first run of Black Mirror seem to be on the verge of coming true. They've got prisoners in Brazilian prisons pedalling on exercise bikes to reduce their sentences (not entirely dissimilar to the episode '15 Million Merits') and Google Glass looks like copyright infringement as far as 'The Entire History of You' is concerned," said Brooker.
"Thankfully no-one carried out a hideous form of blackmail involving a pig. Anyway, if the stories from the second run start coming true then we're REALLY in trouble."
Channel 4's comedy commissioner Shane Allen said: "British drama seems particularly obsessed with murder and the past, often together. Black Mirror is a rare modern look at where society and individuals could be headed given the all-pervasive deluge of social media and technology.
"Charlie Brooker exudes that same pioneering spirit of Dennis Potter and Chris Morris with their daring, complex, compelling originality."
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Brooker confirmed to Digital Spy earlier this year that he was in talks with new writers to work on the second series.
The first series of Black Mirror, which was written by Brooker, his wife Konnie Huq and Peep Show's Jesse Armstrong, picked up the Golden Rose Award.
Watch the trailer for last year's Black Mirror trilogy below: