Watch the First Episode of the New Twilight Zone Series from CBS for Free





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Jordan Peele’s new Twilight Zone reboot premiered on CBS All Access on April 1st. Right now, you can watch the first episode “The Comedian” for free on YouTube.

The episode stars Kumail Nanjiani and Tracy Morgan in a story about the sacrifices that performers have to make to succeed. Social media and the constant need for validation through likes and follows is a focus of the episode.

Every episode of the original series is currently available to stream. The second episode from the new series’ premiere is also available to stream on CBS All Access. New episodes of the reboot series will be available on demand each week on Thursdays, starting April 11.

To watch more episodes of Twilight Zone, you’ll need to subscribe to CBS All Access. Subscribe for $5.99/month with limited commercials or for $9.99/month without commercials. Both plans come with a 7 day free trial.

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