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CBS All Access Is Rebooting The “Twilight Zone”

It looks like CBS is hoping to build off of their “Star Trek: Discovery” success with a reboot of “Twilight Zone” for CBS All Access.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, the new “Twilight Zone” will be directed by Jordan Peele, who also directed Get Out. Marco Ramirez, who worked previously as a showrunner for Netflix’s “The Defenders” and a producer on Daredevil, will join the project.

The report did not say how far the show is into development, but it seems to be coming closer to production.

CBS has recently reported great success with CBS All Access and now seems to want to build off of that success. Reports are coming in that CBS is looking for other original shows for their CBS All Access service that would help them grow the platform. CBS also has announced plans to bring their streaming service to Canada in an effort to expand its footprint and subscriber base.

CBS has already renewed “Star Trek: Discovery” for a second season and says the Netflix deal makes the show profitable even before they air it on CBS All Access.

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6 Responses to CBS All Access Is Rebooting The “Twilight Zone”

  1. Fred Koot November 6, 2017 at 8:53 am #

    Is the first season of Star Trek going to be on the US Netflix?

  2. James Updike November 6, 2017 at 9:40 am #

    Hopefully the Twilight Zone will be better than the awful Star Trek Discovery

  3. BigO November 6, 2017 at 9:59 am #

    My plan is to subscribe once annually to binge what I am interested in. Currently, I plan on watching “Discover” and the comedy they plan on releasing shortly (I think it is called “No Activity”). If this is any good, I guess I will give it a try as well.

  4. TaiPeng November 7, 2017 at 7:38 am #

    Jordan Peele? So all about Americans beez racist yo? They will ruin it again like they did in the 80s.