Syfy is officially moving forward on a revival of Rod Serling’s iconic 1970s sci-fi anthology series “Night Gallery” and have set “Teen Wolf” showrunner Jeff Davis to executive produce.
The original series was Serling’s follow up to his acclaimed anthology series “The Twilight Zone” but focused less on horror and more on science-fiction themed stories.
The modern re-imagining sounds more akin to “Black Mirror” with darkly ironic and twisted tales regarding the digital age.
Serling would guide viewers around a gallery introducing pieces that would then lead into the macabre stories. Steven Spielberg made his directing debut on one episode.
Davis and David Janollari (“Midnight, Texas”) will executive produce while Universal Television and Universal Cable Productions will produce the revival.
A revival of “The Twilight Zone” is currently in development for CBS All Access.