If you are curious about Peele's new Jordan, the TV series The Twilight Zone is remaking, you can watch the first episode for free. The show is usually only available through All Access CBC, but the first chapter is currently live on the streaming YouTube channel for all to see.
The first episode of The Twilight Zone is "The Comedian," and follows the tragic story of Samir, a comedian who finds it difficult to connect with his audience with To humor. One day he has offered a solution: add some of his own to his routine and he'll have the laughter he wants. However, after turning that part of his life into a joke, he will leave his life well. Samir believes that this warning is only figurative, but as this is a chapter of The Twilight Zone, of course there's something but.
"The Comedian" for the first time alongside "Nightmare at 30,000 Feet," which itself remakes one of the most memorable original episodes of The Twilight Zone, from the name "Nightmare to 20,000 Feet." This new version of the classic chapter replaces a gray story trying to pull down an airplane – only the protagonist and the audience can see it – with one man trying to stop the plane's crash. he has learned about it by podcast that is probably from the future. "Nightmare to 30,000 Feet" is currently only available through All Access CBC.
The Twilight Zone comes from Jordan Peele's mind, who also serves as the host and narrator for the new series. Its production company, Monkeypaw, produces the show. Other cast members for The Twilight Zone include Ike Barinholtz, John Cho, Lucinda Dryzek, Taissa Farmiga, Greg Kinnear, Luke Kirby, Sanaa Lathan, Kumail Nanjiani, Adam Scott, Rhea Seehorn, Alison Tolman, Jacob Tremblay, Jefferson White, Jonathan Whitesell, Jessica Williams, DeWanda Wise and Steven Yeun.
Although the "Comedian" represents the Twilight Zone's readiness to go to grips with new topics, the show will continue to recreate episodes of the original series too – just like "Nightmare in 30,000 t Feet. " The version has been reshaped from "The Wunderkind" has already been confirmed, but the details have not yet been released for other periods. Like the original series, each episode of The Twilight Zone is an inclusive narrative, including a supernatural or scientific fictional event that causes an ordinary person after an accident to scare into a dimension. the narrator of the show refers to it as “not only from sight and sound, but of thought. "Although many were designed to provide a moral lesson, others were absolutely horrific.
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