The show attracted the most premiere-day views when it dropped on April 1st. CBS All Access announced today that it's renewing The Twilight Zone for a second season. That's not entirely surprising given
Get Out and Us director Jordan Peele reboots cult classic The Twilight Zone, which premieres with two strong episodes, writes Caryn James. It’s possible that, in some distant twilight zone, Rod Serling
Attention, fans of the original Twilight Zone, which ran from 1959 to 1964: Prepare to be delighted. The 2019 reboot, headed by Jordan Peele, is a thrilling follow-up to the ground-breaking sci-fi series.
In a bit of April Fool’s Day pleasantry, CBS All Access and Geico have teamed up to make the premiere episode of Jordan Peele’s new reboot of The Twilight Zone free to watch online–as in, no pesky subscription
It’s impossible to overestimate the cultural impact of the original The Twilight Zone. So many lovable elements of current TV — like anthology formats, twist-based plots, and cerebral moral plays — became
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Starting on Monday, it's a new time and space for mind-bending 1960s TV show "The Twilight Zone." Sixty years after its television debut, the classic anthology series will be reborn
When Rod Serling opened “The Twilight Zone” for business in 1959, it was a single, specific location. He defined it, in his signature Professor Spooky voice-over, as a place between light and shadow, and
While the staggering success of horror satires “Get Out” and now “Us” have established Jordan Peele as a preeminent voice in the genre, the comic actor turned filmmaker was wary about signing on to revive
In the aftermath of World War II, and at the height of the civil rights movement, The Twilight Zone confronted our deepest fears, the grave anxieties of poverty, guilt, and death, and decayed morality.
“The Twilight Zone,” the landmark anthology series, is back, as a revival on CBS All Access, with Jordan Peele, the director of “Get Out” and “Us,” as its executive producer, occasional writer, and Rod
Recently, Jordan Peele’s thrilling thinker Us and his forthcoming revival of Rod Serling’s The Twilight Zone have been dominating the mainstream horror conversation. However, a film adaptation of children’s