8 Actors Still to Enter ‘The Twilight Zone’ on CBS All Access (PHOTOS)

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Greg Kinnear
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Greg Kinnear

In April 18’s “A Traveler,” he plays a folksy police captain in Alaska presiding over the office Christmas party. Then, a sharp-dressed mystery man (Steven Yeun) crashes.

Ginnifer Goodwin
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Ginnifer Goodwin

Once Upon a Time‘s Snow White headlines “Point of Origin,” a timely episode about ICE in which her housewife employs an immigrant nanny (Zabryna Guevara). Goodwin signed on before reading a script!

Zazie Beetz
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Zazie Beetz

The Atlanta star appears in the season finale alongside Betty Gabriel, aka housekeeper Georgina from Peele’s 2017 big-screen thriller, Get Out.

Ike Barinholtz
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Ike Barinholtz

“Crazy!” That’s the Mindy Project alum’s word of choice to describe “Not All Men,” about toxic masculinity. Also in the cast: The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel‘sLuke Kirby and American Horror Story vet Taissa Farmiga.

Rhea Seehorn
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Rhea Seehorn

Another costar of “Not All Men,” Seehorn (Better Call Saul) says the story’s trajectory “goes from comedically very warped to just warped to satirically warped to just plain scary.”

Chris O'Dowd
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Chris O’Dowd

“The Blue Scorpion” features this Get Shorty leading man and Transparent actress Amy Landecker. Executive producer Win Rosenfeld’s theme, in a word? “Consequence.”

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Allison Tolman

“The American people are yearning for a presidential candidate with a fresh perspective on politics,” says Fargo‘s Tolman of her episode, “The Wunderkind,” which costars John Cho. “And they get it, but at what cost?”

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Jacob Tremblay

The breakout talent from the 2015 film Room stars as seemingly normal kid Oliver, aka “The Wunderkind.” The 12-year-old rates his episode as “very, very, very, very eerie.”

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CBS All Access’ reboot of The Twilight Zone transports you to another dimension, one not only of sight and sound, but also of the mind.

Host Jordan Peele narrates and introduces each episode as he guides viewers on this journey. But he’s not the only person you’ll recognize in the reimagining of the iconic television series. The reboot stars familiar faces to television in stories relevant to today.

Click through the gallery above to see some of the actors who are entering the Twilight Zone.

The Twilight Zone, Thursdays, CBS All Access

— With reporting by Jim Colucci