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The Fifth Dimension
A Twilight Zone Podcast
Welcome Travelers, to the place between light and shadow, science and superstition... The Fifth Dimension. In this uncanny space, our denizens decode the themes, lessons, and cultural impact of The Twilight Zone - Jordan Peele's revival, Rod Serling's immortal classic, and ever other stop along this peculiar highway. Join us as we sojourn through the different, the bizarre, the inexplicable - the limitless terrain of the mind itself.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.2 stars from 27 ratings
I found this podcast because I am a long time Horror Virgin listener and was hooked immediately! The hosts are great and talk about the themes and messages in an easy to listen to way, bringing in their own experience but never being too heavy handed in their opinion. Each host offers great...Read full review »
girl who must not be named via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/15/20
Another High-Quality CoS Podcast!
I’m a fan of many Consequence of Sound podcasts and this one does not disappoint. I was super-excited to hear Jordan Peele was rebooting this franchise. Having the peeps at CoS cover all the details is just the icing on the cake!
Snivs13 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 04/07/19
The Twilight Zone lives on
Another great Podcast from the Consequence Podcast Network. The hosts have great chemistry and are experts on one of the greatest tv shows of all time. Check em out you won’t regret it.
Vigilante0514 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 04/05/19
Recent Episodes
For the season finale of Jordan Peele's The Twilight Zone, The Fifth Dimension steps off camera with Sophie (Zazie Beetz), a troubled screenwriter who finds herself inside her own episode titled, "Blurryman". Needless to say, things get meta for the co-hosts as they open their own doors.
Published 05/31/19
The Fifth Dimension heads to the gun range in Jordan Peele's The Twilight Zone to hear the story of anthropology professor Jeff Stork (Chris O'Dowd), a man whose crumbling life begins to change when he discovers the seducing powers of his dead father's gun, "The Blue Scorpion."
Published 05/24/19
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