CBS All Access has unveiled the cast for Season 2 of The Twilight Zone. Find out which actors will lead the charge in the trippy sophomore year.
Season two of Jordan Peele’s version of The Twilight Zone is underway, and CBS All Access has officially unveiled the cast. Since the series is an anthology, each episode will feature a different story, different actors, and new settings.
Some of the most exciting additions to The Twilight Zone‘s sophomore season include Tony Hale, Morena Baccarin, Billy Porter, Joel McHale, and Gillian Jacobs, reports Deadline.
Chris Meloni, style blogger Tavi Gevinson, Jenna Elfman, Colman Domingo, Ethan Embry, Abbie Hern, Sophia Macy, Jimmi Simpson, and Daniel Sunjata, will also appear. More casting news will likely begin pouring in over the next few months.
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Peele will write an episode for season two titled “Downtime,” starring Hale, Domingo, and Baccarin. Additional episodes include “The Who of You,” starring Sunjata, Porter, and Embry, and “8,” with McHale.
“Among the Untrodden,” will star Macy and Hern while Simpson and Jacobs will lead the cast of “Meet in the Middle,” and “A Human Face” will star Elfman, Gevinson, and Meloni.
So far, we don’t know any plot details about the next round of episodes, nor do we know when the second season will begin airing on the CBS All Access app.
For those unfamiliar, The Twilight Zone is a reimagining of the original Rod Serling classic from the 1960s. Season one featured actors like Kumail Nanjiani, Tracy Morgan, Seth Rogen, and Ike Barinholtz. It was well-received by critics and audiences.
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Season one of The Twilight Zone is currently streaming on CBS All Access.