SYFY Orders Night Gallery Reimagining From Teen Wolf Creator

Syfy Orders Night Gallery Reimagining From Teen Wolf Creator

SYFY orders Night Gallery reimagining from Teen Wolf creator

Rod Serling is making a big comeback forty years after his passing as another of his celebrated series, Night Gallery, is officially getting a revival from SYFY with Jeff Davis (Teen Wolf) behind the new iteration. Deadline first reported the news.

RELATED: John Cho, Allison Tolman and Jacob Tremblay Are Entering The Twilight Zone

The original series, which ran from 1970-73 on NBC with Serling once again in the hosting position, was the screenwriter’s follow up to his acclaimed anthology series The Twilight Zone, however Gallery chose to focus on more science-fiction themed stories versus the more horror-centric tales of the previous series. Serling would guide viewers around the titular gallery introducing pieces that would then lead into the macabre stories.

The series is also well-known for featuring the directorial debut of then-21-year-old Steven Spielberg in the pilot film segment “Eyes” featuring Joan Crawford in the lead role and despite only having three seasons has been in syndication for years across various networks.

Davis, who is also well-known for creating the CBS mega hit series Criminal Minds, will be giving Night Gallery a modern re-imagining, telling darkly ironic and twisted tales regarding the digital age, diving into every facet possible for modern viewers, including the dangers of social media. He will executive produce the series with project co-creator David Janollari (Midnight, Texas), who will produce through his banner David Janollari Entertainment. The revival will also be produced by Universal Television and Universal Cable Productions.

RELATED: Kumail Nanjiani Joins Jordan Peele’s The Twilight Zone Reboot

The Night Gallery revival comes just as CBS All Access has been in active development on a revival of The Twilight Zone since last November from Jordan Peele (Get Out), who will also host the series and Marco Ramirez, having started to put together a cast for the project that includes Searching‘s John Cho and The Big Sick‘s Kumail Nanjiani and whose principal photography began in October and is set to last until March 2019.

The post SYFY Orders Night Gallery Reimagining From Teen Wolf Creator appeared first on


Video Games Movies / Film Music Nerd News Nerd Star Trek Trailers DC Comics Sci-Fi Television / TV Comic Books Movie News DC Cinematic Universe Movie Trailers News Comedy / Humor TV News Nintendo Wii Batman Technology Batman v Superman Superman Celebrities Music Videos Comic Strips TV Promos Wonder Woman Animation Marvel Comics Social Media Sports Arizona / AZ Stargate Superbowl Football Linkin Park Man of Steel Science Suicide Squad Xbox 360 DC Films Editorials Government Nintendo DS Box Office Comic Book News DC Television Universe Green Lantern Harley Quinn Microsoft Rock News Suns Twitter Videos Basketball Blogosphere Business DC Extended Universe Daily Deals Food / Beverage Marijuana Marvel Cinematic Universe PlayStation 3 Spider-man Staff News Super Bowl 50 The Joker Video of the Day Warner Bros. Web Development Wonder Woman Angry Birds Apple Aquaman Archie Comics Auctions Batgirl Birds of Prey Bizzaro Bizzaro Girl Bluetooth Books Bryan Fuller C4MULA CBS California California / CA Cartoons Chester Bennington Crime Customization DC Entertainment DC TV Dead by Sunrise Deaths Deep Space Nine Ebay Email Facebook Fanmade Features Federation Financial Florida / FL Fringe Gmail Google+ Greg Berlanti Hawkman Health Japan Julien-K Literature Luxury Martian Manhunter Mobile / Wireless Multiplayer Multitouch Music News NSFW Nevada / NV Nintendo 3DS No Warning Operating Systems Orgy PSN Papa Roach Pete's Dragon Press Releases Rap Music Reviews Rockstar Seth Macfarlane Software Software Update Sony Star Trek Beyond Streaming Media Supergirl Syko Sam SykoDeals SykoPoetry Tech News The Avengers The CW The Flash The Flintstones Themes Transportation Trekkers Trekkies Trekspertise United Family Music Voyager Walmart Warehouse 13 Website Tools Windows Windows 10 Windows Media Xbox Live iMac