Formerly called CBS All Access, the American streaming platform Paramount + gives news of the latest reboot of The Twilight Zone, announcing that the series will not return for a season 3.
The reasons behind this cancellation have not been specified. Is this the result of Paramount + ‘s new policy after its rebranding or unsatisfactory audiences, unless it is the consequence of delays caused by the pandemic? Either way, Jordan Peele’s version of The Twilight Zone ends there, but with the franchise returning regularly, it probably won’t be the last it will be talked about.
If you’re unfamiliar with this reboot of the classic sci-fi anthology (aka The Fourth Dimension here), The Twilight Zone brings us independent stories that take the form of storytelling ranging from horror to sci-fi classic fiction. For more information, see our review of the first season with a ranking of the episodes and that of season 2.
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Produced by Peele, Simon Kinberg, and Marco Ramirez, this latest iteration of The Twilight Zone therefore ultimately consists of 2 seasons for a total of 20 one-hour episodes.