After CBS All Access announced that they'd ordered a reboot of the iconic series "The Twilight Zone" we've been waiting for a glimpse of news. We knew that Jordan Peele's Monkeypaw Productions would produce the series but we didn't know exactly how else Peele would be involved. Today we got some answers. While we don't know an exact date, CBS says it will land on CBS Access in fall 2019. Peele's not just going to be behind the camera though, stepping right into Rod Serling's boots, Peele has signed on as host and narrator for the series as well.

"The Twilight Zone" ran from 1959 to 1964 and covered various genres like science fiction and psychological thrillers that usually had an unexpected twist ending. Many have called "Black Mirror" a modern day "Twilight Zone. Peele, who recently won an Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay for "Get Out", is also working on other horror projects that includes a film called "Us." He tweeted out a teaser for the new "Twilight Zone" that surely has many fans excited for what the Academy Award winner will bring to the series. Enjoy the teaser trailer below and be on the lookout for updates!