Preview: Violence Erupts in Episode Seven of The Twilight Zone
A mysterious infection spreads across a town following a meteor shower, affecting some people more than others.
By Chris Morse
Fresh off its renewal for a second season on CBS All Access, The Twilight Zone returns on Thursday, May 9th with another episode, titled "Not All Men." While this story could very well be a relevant metaphor for today's society, which is what the series is all about, really, there's no doubt this upcoming episode will dig a little deeper and bring us a few interesting twists to reflect on.
"Not All Men" tells the story of a mysterious infection spreading across an entire town following a meteor shower, causing men to become increasingly violent and leaving women seemingly unaffected, or does it? The episode stars Taissa Farmiga (American Horror Story, The Nun), Rhea Seehorn (Better Call Saul), Luke Kirby (The Deuce), and Ike Barinholtz (Suicide Squad).
Jordan Peele executive produces 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. Following a strung debut, the series has already been renewed for a second season.
The Twilight Zone's first six 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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