The Twilight Zone (2019– )
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Blurryman 

Sophie Gelson, a writer for The Twilight Zone (2019), is haunted by a mysterious figure.

Director:

Simon Kinberg

Writers:

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

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Zazie Beetz ... Sophie Gelson
Betty Gabriel ... Betty Gabriel
Zibby Allen ... Julie
Caitlin Stryker ... Anna
Seth Rogen ... Adam Wegman / Seth Rogen
Jordan Peele ... The Narrator / Jordan Peele
Jason Priestley ... Jason Priestley
Mark Silverman ... Rod Serling (voice)
Jefferson Black ... Rod Serling (Body)
Ryan Hesp ... Rod Serling (Face)
David Epstein ... Blurryman
Camille Hollett-French ... Amy
Byron Noble Byron Noble ... Owen
Al McFoster ... 1st AD
Deni DeLory ... Librarian
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Storyline

Sophie Gelson, a writer for The Twilight Zone (2019), is haunted by a mysterious figure.

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Trivia

The original episode The Twilight Zone: Time Enough at Last (1959) is shown on a TV at one point. See more »

Quotes

Rod Serling: [closing narration] What do we do when our world is turned upside down? When everything we thought to be true is ripped away and we're forced to face a new reality? Sophie Gelson has just awoken to the fact that when we put away childish things, we may be closing our eyes instead of opening them and that perhaps our only hope is to face our reality. A multitude of truths not shrinking from that vital, arrogant, fatal, dominant X beyond imagination, but to embrace it. Top open ourselves to the ...
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Connections

Features The Twilight Zone: A Traveler (2019) See more »

Soundtracks

When Something Is Wrong With My Baby
Written by Isaac Hayes and David Porter
Performed by Sam & Dave
[plays on the jukebox]
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Bigotry made a lot of Accounts to Review this show.
19 February 2020 | by megarudaSee all my reviews

Everyone is so obssesed with it being PC or not, they simply are unable to have an opinion for themselves, it has to be all black or white, republican or liberal. Pretty much none of the reviewers in here are able to separate this, the episode was confusing in a bad way, the ending was overly ambiguous, overwritten, too much dialogue trying to explain the philosophy behind it instead of showing us. But, it has nothing to do with political correctness or not, the ¨Not all men¨ episode is one of the most solid ones narratively and yet is the lowest score in here. They got big shoes to fill, thats what I understood from this episode and that is fine, i hope they do this better on the next attempt, 40 mins episodes are a no go for me. Go back to telling your story in 23 minutes.


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Release Date:

30 May 2019 (USA) See more »

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Monkeypaw Productions See more »
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