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


Simon Kinberg


Rod Serling (created by), Simon Kinberg (developed by) | 3 more credits »




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


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

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30 May 2019 (USA) See more »

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Monkeypaw Productions See more »
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Rod Serling: [closing narration] What do we do when our world is turned upside down? When everything we thought to be true is ripped away and we're forced to face a new reality? Sophie Gelson has just awoken to the fact that when we put away childish things, we may be closing our eyes instead of opening them and that perhaps our only hope is to face our reality. A multitude of truths not shrinking from that vital, arrogant, fatal, dominant X beyond imagination, but to embrace it. Top open ourselves to the ...
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Better by comparison
16 June 2019 | by Jacobs43See all my reviews

By comparison to the rest of the garbage heap that is this series, this was a decent episode. However, the mystery of the Blurryman is instantly obvious and it played out more like a horror film than a Twilight Zone episode. Considering what preceded this episode in this series, the writers seem to have completely missed the point of their own conclusion.

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