Nearly four months since the beginning of principal photography, CBS All Access' revival of The Twilight Zone has officially announced its release date.
The upcoming anthology series, developed and executive produced by Jordan Peele, will premiere on the premium streaming service on April 1.
The series premiere will a special double-episode premiere with the series releasing new episodes weekly starting on April 11. The revival features an all-star cast including Steven Yeun, Rhea Seehorn, Taissa Farmiga, Kumail Nanjiani, Adam Scott and John Cho across its standalone episodes of sci-fi, fantasy and supernatural terror.
Peele had been approached by CBS to develop the anthology series after the success of his Academy Award-nominated film Get Out in November 2017. After officially receiving a series order from the network, principal photography began this past October though details about the series, outside of casting, has largely been kept under wraps. The classic 1960s original series, created and hosted by Rod Serling, is currently available to stream on CBS All Access.
Produced and hosted by Jordan Peele, The Twilight Zone is slated to premiere on April 1 on CBS All Access, 60 years after the premiere of the original series on CBS.