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

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Release Date:

30 May 2019 (USA) See more »

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Monkeypaw Productions See more »
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Narrator: [opening narration] Picture if you will a storyteller finally getting to tell the story of a lifetime except the story is one of inexplicable terror and the lifetime is her own.
[cuts to Sophie Gelson off set]
Narrator: Her name is Sophie Gelson. She has little patience for childish diversions or daydreams, but she won't be able to tune out or turn away from what works blurry in the background of her own show.
[cuts to the cue cards that Jordan Peele is reading off of]
Narrator: She is about to learn that when blurry...
[...]
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Connections

Features The Twilight Zone: Six Degrees of Freedom (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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Episode: A borefest! The series: A leftist political series, very insulting, and not respectful to the real Twilight Zone.
2 June 2019 | by Orava89See all my reviews

It starts very promising, and then they butched the story with the so said real one, it was so boring, imagine if you just watched a horror movie where the killer just chases the victim for the whole movie, and just some small chat in the sides, well its has been done a million times and this episode does just that, and its boring. It stupid, like the other episodes. Where is the hook, the intriguing story, the suspense, the twist that makes sense, the Sci fi episodes, some distant asteroid with crazy ideads. There is non. This series is as empty as it can, it just wants to be political, and by that they try to be super left wing, and nothing more. So in the end we just have a bad series with political messages. If i wanted to know your political views i will watch instead nbc but im here so that means im looking for the Twilight Zone, witch this series has non. Im done with this mockery of The Twilight Zone.


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