The Twilight Zone (2019– )
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A struggling singer's music career takes off when she witnesses a tragic incident, but she soon realizes that her recognition comes at a steep cost.


Ana Lily Amirpour


Rod Serling (created by), Simon Kinberg (developed by) | 5 more credits »




Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Jurnee Smollett ... Jasmine Delancey
Tawny Newsome ... Zara Delancey
Sky Ferreira ... Fiji
Dan Martin ... Mr. Delancey (voice)
Paul F. Tompkins ... Jimmy O'Malley
Thomas Lennon ... J J Malloy
Jordan Peele ... The Narrator
Aliza Vellani ... Jennifer Gupta
Murat Alvarez Murat Alvarez ... Ramzi
Chris Webb ... Lenny
Silver Kim ... Director
Derek Morrison Derek Morrison ... Santino
Mairav Robens-Paradise Mairav Robens-Paradise ... Fiji Fan
Caiden Valderrama Caiden Valderrama ... Teen #1
George Moran George Moran ... Teen #2


A pop star gives an ancient coin to a young woman, Jasmine, who is singing on the street. The star kills herself and Jasmine gets the applause she always wanted thanks to the coin - but it never stops. Tiring of the constant fame, Jasmine gives the coin to her sister and leaves town, but is soon drawn back when a new singer rises in popularity. Written by Gislef

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Did You Know?


JJ's show is sponsored by "Mr. Dingle's Ice Cream" Not only did an ice cream truck with that brand appear in the 1st season's 'Point of Origin', this is a nod to the original series episode 'Mr. Dingle the Strong'. See more »


The newspaper article says that Jasmine's last name is Devon, but dialogue and other material throughout the episode, including the cover of the magazine, say her last name is Delancey. See more »


The Narrator: [opening narration] Jasmine Delancey has spent her entire life in search of one thing. Applause. Now that she's found it, it's given her a new sense of meaning. But what exactly is the value of an ovation so loud, it drowns out performance? Jasmine's about to find out here in the Twilight Zone.
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Loud Clapping Throughout
6 September 2020 | by bethanysignsSee all my reviews

The episode title is fair warning. If you dislike the sound of clapping, skip this episode. In my estimation, there was not enough payoff for sticking through to the end.

I can not tolerate loud, sustained, ecstatic clapping of an audience in any on-screen format. Thus, I watched this episode mostly on mute. If they removed the overused, drawn-out clapping scenes, I wonder how many minutes of show would remain. Are there other people that can not stand loud clapping on TV?

I am enjoying this anthology, and will keep watching for the duration, but this episode grated me from start to finish.

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25 June 2020 (USA) See more »

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