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Kumail Nanjiani Cast In 'Twilight Zone'

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Kumail Nanjiani is joining the cast of the upcoming **Twilight Zone** reboot The series is set to air on CBS All Access next year. The show will also feature Sanaa Lathan and Adam Scott. The new show is described as a "modern reimagining of the original." Jordan Peele will act as the host/narrator of the series in addition to his role as executive producer.

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