CBS has announced the new reboot of The Twilight Zone has been ordered to series for the network’s streaming service CBS All Access.
Jordan Peele is set to executive produce the new reboot alongside long-time X-Men producer Simon Kinberg, Daredevil producer Marco Ramirez, Win Rosenfeld, and Audrey Chon. CBS Television Studios will produce the series in association with Peele’s Monkeypaw Productions and Kinberg’s Genre Films.
CBS utilized the new Star Trek: Discovery to expand the subscription base of their service and will continue to build that momentum with a reboot of the original science fiction, fantasy, and horror anthology series created by Rob Serling in 1959.
Peele released a statement, commenting on how relevant a new reboot of the series feels at this time:
“Too many times this year it’s felt we were living in a twilight zone, and I can’t think of a better moment to reintroduce it to modern audiences.”
Kinberg also shared his excitement to be a part of the new reboot alongside Peele and Ramirez at CBS:
“The Twilight Zone was a touchstone in my life. The opportunity to continue its lineage is a dream come true, and I’m so thrilled to be doing it with Jordan, Marco and the team at CBS All Access.”
Stay tuned to Heroic Hollywood for the latest news on the new reboot of The Twilight Zone as we learn it.
16 ‘Justice League’ Trailer Scenes That Didn’t Make The Cut
SPOILER WARNING: The following article will explore scenes from the trailers for Justice League that do not appear in the final product.
Given the reshoots and studio mandate of having Justice League clocking in at a lean 2 hours, there were numerous scenes featured in the trailers that are absent from the finished product.
Hit Next for a rundown on some of the scenes from the trailers that are not in the final film.