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Submitted by alycakes 582d ago | news

New 'Twilight Zone' Series In The Works

EW Inside TV:
This is the most exciting TV development news we’ve heard in awhile.

CBS TV Studios in the very early stages of a new version of the classic series The Twilight Zone.

Bryan Singer (X-Men) is attached as executive producer. There is no writer and no attached network at this time. So this project could fade away. But the development wheels are turning. (Bryan Singer, CBS TV Studios, TV, Twilight Zone)

alycakes  +   583d ago
This is a great idea...hope it comes about soon.
I'm a little worried after the last relaunch, the one with Forest Whitaker in Rod Serling's spot.
darklordzor  +   582d ago
Is this what they're going to do instead of the movie they've been trying to get up and running for the past decade?
alycakes  +   582d ago
I think so. The movie was going to be too much for the studio I guess.

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