The Twilight Zone (2019– )
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Not All Men 

A meteor shower spreads infection across an entire town affecting some of the inhabitants more than others.

Director:

Christina Choe

Writers:

Rod Serling (created by), Simon Kinberg (developed by) | 3 more credits »
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Taissa Farmiga ... Annie Miller
Rhea Seehorn ... Martha
Percy Hynes White ... Cole
Luke Kirby ... Dylan
Peter Kelamis ... Phil Smith
Ike Barinholtz ... Mike
Jordan Peele ... The Narrator
Steph Song ... Olivia
Agape Mngomezulu ... Steve
Paul Piaskowski ... Zeke
Jeff Gladstone ... Perry Sullivan
James Ralph ... Bartender
Jill Morrison ... Robyn
Marion Landers ... Scientist
Sarah Ziolkowski ... Medical Technician #2
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A meteor shower spreads infection across an entire town affecting some of the inhabitants more than others.

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9 May 2019 (USA) See more »

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Peter Kelamis (Phil Smith) previously played Lew Gallo in The Twilight Zone: Dead Man's Eyes (2002). See more »

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Narrator: [closing narration] Tonight, Annie Miller found herself in the center of a mysterious and violent epidemic. What she encountered was no material disease but rather a plague of conscious. One that gave men permission to ignore decency, consent, and fear. And tonight, all it took was a few an innocuous little rocks to turn men into monsters here in the Twilight Zone.
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Featured in The Twilight Zone: Blurryman (2019) See more »

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Leaden with a heavy-handed "moral". AGAIN!
10 May 2019 | by Bullboy01See all my reviews

What a disappointment this new incarnation of TZ is. Like a lot of you, I couldn't wait to see what it would be with Jordan Peele's name attached. Unfortunately, he doesn't seem to have anything to do with the writing of these episodes. Too bad. While Rod Serling's original show often had clumsy twist endings, at least there usually WERE payoffs. Many of the new Twilight Zone episodes have none, or ones so underwhelming as to be non-existent. "Not All Men" is no exception, and in fact is the worst of the lot so far. Where Serling could be preachy at times, the new TZ beats you over the head with a sledgehammer. The writing in this episode stinks: men are brutal, insensitive a-holes who choose to be that way. That's it, as far as I could tell. Tessa Farmigia & Rhea Seehorn give acceptable performances, but they've really got nothing to work with here. This is the seventh episode; c'mon guys, get it together. All of us old (I mean that literally) Twilight Zone fans long for a return to the good old days of stories with bold writing and great performances. Of the former we've had very little.


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