Even though the world will probably not by today, science fiction fans can still rejoice. It looks like they’re bringing the cult sci-fi series Twilight Zone back from its syndication grave with a modern-day reboot.
Bryan Singer will be responsible for the reboot on CBS, serving as developer and executive producer. No news yet on whether he’ll be directing any of the episodes.
CBS was the home network of the original Twilight Zone series, so we hope this new version will live up to all the expectations. This won’t be the first reboot, however. The first reboot, also on CBS, lasted from 1985 to 1989. A more recent reboot was hosted by Forest Whitaker and ran on UPN in 2002 for just one season.
by Ikam Acosta