Ever since the movie "Get Out" took off, Jordan Peele has been leaving his fingerprints all over Hollywood. Now, he's taking his talents to CBS. The record-breaking director is in charge of the network's reboot of the cult classic, the "Twilight Zone."
According to The Hollywood Reporter, the network CEO announced they plan on placing the series on CBS All Access. The original Twilight Zone series ran for five seasons on CBS and was revived twice. Once during the 1980s and again in 2002 on UPN.
Peele's success with "Get Out" proves he knows his way around a good thriller. According to Forbes, the 2017 smash hit is the second biggest R-rated film of all-time. Apparently, a lot people believe the comedian turned director can pull it off.