TheTwilight Zone is getting another reboot, this time with a twist. The network has partnered with video production startup Interlude to make an "interactive" live-action version of the classic sci-fi series, The Wrap reports. BioShock creator Ken Levine will write and direct the pilot episode, which he described to Wired as something between a film and a game.
Choose your own zone
Details on the reboot are still vague, and it's not clear exactly how the interactive element will work. Interlude told The Wrap that viewers will be able to "change and adapt the story based on what he or she feels," and will be able to "return repeatedly and have a different viewing experience each time."
Interlude has previously worked on shorter online material like music videos and commercials. The company worked with Interscope Records to make this emoji video for Carly Rae Jepsen's "Run Away With Me" this past fall. But a choose-your-own-adventure style makes sense for The Twilight Zone, a show known for sudden plot turns and unexpected endings.
There's been no word yet on how this new Twilight Zone will be distributed or when it will premiere.