Jordan Peele’s ‘Twilight Zone’ Reboot in Works at CBS All Access
CBS Corp. CEO Leslie Moonves recently announced that CBS All Access is preparing a reboot of the iconic sci-fi anthology. It’s currently uncertain if the series will be a straight-to-series order or just development.
The Twilight Zone series created by Rod Sterling ran for five seasons on CBS from 1959-1964 with CBS Television Studios retaining the rights to the cult classic. This will give them executive power to produce a new take of the show.
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Sources have stated that Jordan Peele is set to run this show. In fact, many of acclaimed that his latest critically-acclaimed film Get Out was a modern American take on The Twilight Zone, making him an excellent choice to take on this series.
Marco Ramirez is also set to pen the script for this cult reboot. Ramirez’s work includes Sons of Anarchy and Netflix Marvel dramas such as The Defenders and Daredevil.
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Source: Hollywood Reporter