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Jordan Peele fans are hoping to get more from the comedian, actor and director after the recent debut of "Us" will be happy to hear his next
The first episode, titled "The Comedian," is available on Netflix, Hulu, HBO or Amazon Prime. is free for all to watch on YouTube. But the rest of the season is only available on CBS All Access. That means it won't be live on your local CBS station, either.
CBS All Access subscriptions cost $ 5.99 per month for an ad-light experience or $ 9.99 per month for a commercial-free subscription. But if you don't feel like signing up for another streaming service, here's the good news: CBS All Access has a free trial.
So if you're feeling up to binge watching all the episodes of the reboot, you can Sign up for a one-week free trial and cancel before being charged. You will have to enter your credit card information to sign up for the trial
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It's also important to note that it appears CBS is staggering the release of each new episode. Only two are online so far, with another debuting on April 11, followed by a fourth episode on April 18. Waiting until all the episodes are online would seem to be the best binge-watching strategy.
You may want to watch the first episode on YouTube (below) and then decide if you think it's worth the hassle
In a review of the new season, wrote:
"Peele's" Twilight Zone, intended to entice the public to try out a niche streaming service, is tasked with doing the opposite: Taking the specific sensibilities of [Rod] Serling and of Peele himself and singing them down to the point where their stories are little more than broadly appealing campfire speaks. blow to the power of the new 'twilight zone' is self-inflicted. Even with a diminished megaphone, it must have found something worth saying. "
on CBS All Access include "Strong Draw: Discove row, "" The Good Fight, "" Strange Angel, "and more
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