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Twilight Zone reboot is eagerly awaited

A show that lives in the shades of grey that define our lives

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent

28th March, 2019

In a world where Black Mirror has become increasingly relevant, it’s only apt that the Twilight Zone, the original look into how our reality is shifted by the interactions between humans and technology, is making a comeback. Next week, the fourth* generation of the show on television arrives and not before time.

Jordan Peele has taken the helm, pretty much the perfect mind to front it considering his work with Get Out and...

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