Syfy Reviving Rod Serling’s “Night Gallery” Series

December 6, 2018

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CBS and Jordan Peele are working to bring back “The Twilight Zone“, but they are not the only ones working to revive a Rod Serling series in the genre, Syfy is currently developing a revival of Serling’s “Night Gallery“.
The newly revamped series comes from the creator and executive producer of “Teen Wolf” Jeff Davis and David Janollari, the executive producer of “Midnight, Texas.”
“The Night Gallery reboot will update the 1969 series for the digital age. Dark and twisted morality tales paired with Serling’s specific brand of irony, Night Gallery will explore and exploit every modern nightmare imaginable, mining our fears of the dangers of social media.” Deadline reports.
 
 

 
 
The original series ran on NBC from 1969 to 1973. Serling served as the host of “Night Gallery,” introducing each segment of an episode by unveiling a painting tied to the segment’s story.
Universal TV and Universal Cable Productions will produce.
 
 

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