With a new Twilight Zone series moving forward at CBS All Access (with Jordan Peele as a host), another Rod Serling anthology series, Night Gallery, is now being revived at SYFY.

Deadline reports that SYFY has picked up a reimagining of Night Gallery, which is being developed by Jeff Davis (Teen Wolf) and David Janollari (Midnight, Texas), with Universal TV and Universal Cable Prods. co-producing.

Following the original run of The Twilight Zone from 1959–1964 on CBS, Night Gallery aired on NBC from 1969–1973. Similar to The Twilight Zone, Night Gallery is a horror anthology series hosted by Serling, who also wrote many episodes of the series.

The original series was notable for featuring two segments directed by Steven Spielberg and also showcased guest stars such as Joan Crawford, Sally Field, Mickey Rooney, and more.

Further details on the new Night Gallery series have yet to be announced, but we'll keep Daily Dead readers updated on further announcements, and we also have a look at an intro video for the original series below.

Image credit: Above image from Amazon.

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Source: Deadline
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