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'The Twilight Zone' Is Coming Back To A Brand New Dimension

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The Twilight Zone is one of those shows that seems to be timeless. It doesn't matter that it originally aired in 1959, people still love it. The show usually would have a surprise ending and the disturbing and unusual characters and events were enough to draw in people's attention.

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The show continues to be one of the most popular shows and is often listed as one of the greatest shows of all time. The show ran for five seasons and 159 episodes, all narrated by Rob Serling.

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The episodes would start with an introduction by Serling, for example, "You unlock this door with the key of imagination. Beyond it is another dimension: a dimension of sound, a dimension of sight, a dimension of mind. You're moving into a land of both shadow and substance, of things and ideas; you've just crossed over into the Twilight Zone."

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Well, it's time to cross over into the Twilight Zone again, because they have found a way to bring it back...

Even though it's been nearly 60 years since The Twilight Zone first premiered, it is set to return to your television with a brand new show. CBS is planning a reboot that will bring their classic hit series back once again, this time with a pretty famous face as a producer.

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Jordan Peele (Key & Peele, Get Out), is rumored to produce the new show, with Marco Ramirez (Daredevil, Sons of Anarchy) writing the series.  The show will air on CBS All Access in an attempt to increase traffic to the service. CBS has not confirmed the producer or writer, but if it's these two the show will be in good hands!

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The online streaming service launched by CBS is following the path of other popular options like Netflix and Hulu, but with their own content.They have a few other shows that are exclusive to the platform, including, Star Trek: Discover, The Good Fight, and No Activity.

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Will you be watching this new reboot, or would rather stick with the classic? Let us know in the comments!