Adam Scott Crosses Into The Twilight Zone

The Twilight Zone is adding a resident of Pawnee to its cast. According to a new report from THR, the new CBS All Access series is adding Parks and Recreation actor Adam Scott to their cast list in a key role. Though, of course, because it’s The Twilight Zone, it won’t be for the entire series, but rather for one standalone episode.

Scott will act in a role for the episode called “Nightmare at 30,000 Feet.” At this point, the actual story seems to be a well-kept secret, but fans of the classic original series will recognize the title as a play on the old episode “Nightmare at 20,000 Feet.” That episode, in particular, featured a man (played by William Shatner) who saw a gremlin on the wing of the plane. Will Adam Scott also be seeing a gremlin in this episode, or will it be something else?

Adam Scott’s is probably best known for his portrayal of Ben Wyatt in Parks and Recreation, and he’s coming off a recent cancellation of his comedy supernatural series Ghosted. He’s also recently popped up in the critically-acclaimed comedy The Good Place.

What do you think about Scott joining The Twilight Zone and what do you think the episode will be about? Are you happy to see they may be riffing off the classic series? Let us know down below!

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