The series had no regular characters: each episode was instead a standalone exploration of fantasy, science-fiction, psychology and metaphysics, with dramatic tension always at the forefront.
Peele made an impression as a director with his first film, Get Out, released in February.
Remember that epic-sounding Twilight Zone reboot from Jordan Peele and Simon Kinberg? It originally ran in from 1959-1964 and remains a staple for many families during holiday seasons due to continued play on the SyFy channel and its timeless appeal.
Ohio State stuns MI with second-half rally
Ohio State actually projects him to cornerback and he can also provide some special teams value immediately in the return game. MI once led by 19 points (36-17) during the first half, but was outscored 54-26 throughout the rest of the game.
Peele seems like the ideal choice, who's social thriller Get Out already feels like a Twilight Zone episode.Win Rosenfeld and Audrey Chon will executive produce, while Peele, Kinberg, and Ramirez will "collaborate on the premiere episode".
We learned today that CBS All Access has indeed ordered Jordan Peele's re-imaging of the series with Aubrey Chon, Marco Ramirez, Win Rosenfeld, and Simon Kinberg acting as executive producers along with Peele.
Russian Federation 'will not bar athletes' from Games
Russian athletes competing will carry a neutral flag and the name "Olympic Athlete from Russia." the IOC says. "To participate in the Olympics is an athlete's right".
"The Twilight Zone was a touchstone in my life", Kinberg said, "The opportunity to continue its lineage is a dream come true".
It's the third TV reboot for the famed sci-fi franchise, which was brought back for a 65-episode run from 1985 and 1989, and a 44-episode run from 2002 until 2003.
Cold blast has arrived and snow chances slowly creeping up!
Factor in northwest winds of 10 to 15 miles per hour , and it will feel like temperatures are in the teens Thursday morning. WE can see some minor accumulations from USA 24 northward, and even a coating with some snow showers down toward I-70.