The Twilight Zone (2019– )
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Not All Men 

A meteor shower spreads infection across an entire town affecting some of the inhabitants more than others.

Director:

Christina Choe

Writers:

Rod Serling (created by), Simon Kinberg (developed by) | 3 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Taissa Farmiga ... Annie Miller
Rhea Seehorn ... Martha
Percy Hynes White ... Cole
Luke Kirby ... Dylan
Peter Kelamis ... Phil Smith
Ike Barinholtz ... Mike
Jordan Peele ... The Narrator
Steph Song ... Olivia
Agape Mngomezulu ... Steve
Paul Piaskowski ... Zeke
Jeff Gladstone ... Perry Sullivan
James Ralph ... Bartender
Jill Morrison ... Robyn
Marion Landers ... Scientist
Sarah Ziolkowski ... Medical Technician #2
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A meteor shower spreads infection across an entire town affecting some of the inhabitants more than others.

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Release Date:

9 May 2019 (USA) See more »

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Trivia

Peter Kelamis (Phil Smith) previously played Lew Gallo in The Twilight Zone: Dead Man's Eyes (2002). See more »

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Narrator: [closing narration] Tonight, Annie Miller found herself in the center of a mysterious and violent epidemic. What she encountered was no material disease but rather a plague of conscious. One that gave men permission to ignore decency, consent, and fear. And tonight, all it took was a few an innocuous little rocks to turn men into monsters here in the Twilight Zone.
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Featured in The Twilight Zone: Blurryman (2019) See more »

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Commentary First, Story Second
12 May 2019 | by draco-86954See all my reviews

The biggest problem with the new series is that it took all the wrong lessons from its predecessors, the original Twilight Zone and Black Mirror. Those shows were both politically charged, yes, but the main focus was always telling an engaging story, with the social commentary serving as background material.

But this series has a message to deliver first and foremost, and seems to have little interest in whether or not it makes a good watch. The only kind of commentary that works effectively is the subtle kind; sledgehammer commentary like in this episode simply makes people feel like they're reading an opinion piece.


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