Get ready for comparisons between Jordan Peele's Twilight Zone reboot, which premieres on CBS All Access on April 1, and the show Black Mirror. The resemblance is understandable. Both are thought-provoking anthology shows featuring episodes that will stay with you long after their hour-long run time.
But both the original Twilight Zone, which ran from 1958 to 1964, and the latest reboot are more concerned with an individual at a moral crossroads than with the impact of new technology, like Black Mirror. Each episode is grounded in a single character's foibles; from there, the eerie show uses magical devices to point certain social ills or flaws in thinking.
Among 10 episodes of The Twilight Zone, Jordan Peele is the only constant. His commentary punctuates the characters' journeys through the sixth dimension, forever insinuating their flaws — but leaving the ultimate judgments up to the audience. What will you think of their decisions?
These are the most recognizable faces in all of the ten episodes. Here's who to look out for.