Episode 3 of The Twilight Zone is Streaming Now
Watch the trailer for the next episode of the revival series, titled "Replay."
By Chris Morse
The Twilight Zone is back and off to a fair start, by most accounts, as the series looks to maintain its footing with the debut of its third episode. Although the series kicked off on April 1st with its initial two episodes, the first of which you can watch online for free right now, it has since shifted to a weekly schedule with a new episode arriving each Thursday. This week's installment, titled "Replay," is now available for streaming on CBS All Access and you can watch the trailer for it above.
"Replay" stars Sanaa Lathan (Something New, AVP: Alien vs. Predator) as Nina, a woman with an old camcorder that can rewind time. She sets out to use this power to help ensure the future of her college-bound son, Dorian, played by Damson Idris (Snowfall). As with most of these situations, everything comes with a price. The episode also stars Glenn Fleshler and Steve Harris.
Jordan Peele is executive producing this reboot for the CBS All Access streaming platform and also serves as the show's host, filling the shoes of the legendary Rod Serling, who created the original series back in 1959, a role he is not taking lightly.
The Twilight Zone's first three episodes are streaming now with a new one arriving each Thursday. Stay tuned to Dead Entertainment for all of the latest on this series.
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