CBS is looking to unlock the door to another dimension with "the key of imagination", as they have teamed up with digital company Interlude to develop an interactive revival of Rod Serling's The Twilight Zone.

The Wrap reports the news of The Twilight Zone revival, revealing that CBS and Interlude are looking to develop an immersive project that will have elements of both a TV show and a video game. Fans will be able to navigate the storyline of each episode by making decisions that affect the characters and the plot, allowing for an interactive viewing experience.

The first episode will be written and directed by Ken Levine, creator of the BioShock video game.

Specific story details are being kept under wraps, but it is believed that the show will retain the same spirit of Serling's original series, while still being an "original interactive project." We'll be sure to keep Daily Dead readers updated on further details.

Source: The Wrap
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