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.


Christina Choe


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




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


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

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


Narrator: [opening narration] Meet Annie Miller. Annie has always seen the world as a place where she can maintain control if she just played by the rules. But tonight marks the beginning of a change. Both in her and the idyllic home that she's always called home. On the eve of her sister's birthday, Annie will be forced to contend with an event way out of her control in a simmering violence about to boil over into the Twilight Zone.
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How to Alienate Most Viewers, And Other Dumb Writing Mistakes
28 May 2019 | by boris_unanimateSee all my reviews

To say this episode managed to do worse than all the previous ones is an understatement. Although I actually liked the premise and I wanted to see where they'd take it, after a short time it was obvious this was going to be YET ANOTHER virtue-signalling, "All men are evil" episode.

I get it - men are often crazy, sexist animals, but to go as far as saying ALL MEN have this evil inside them, but not women, is just an insult to anyone with a brain. If the episode were about soul-stealing harpies that eat men alive, it would have been insulting as well.

But nowadays it's alright to blame men for everything. They can take it. But this show can't write a decent episode without shooting themselves in the foot... repeatedly. Good writers are apparently as rare as men who treat women respectfully. Sad.

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