The Twilight Zone (2019– )
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A Traveler 

A mysterious man's arrival at an Alaska police station's Christmas party prompts a sergeant to investigate his ulterior motives.


Ana Lily Amirpour


Rod Serling (created by), Simon Kinberg (developed by) | 3 more credits »




Episode complete credited cast:
Steven Yeun ... A. Traveler
Marika Sila ... Sergeant Yuka Mongoyak
Patrick Gallagher ... Jack Mongoyak
Eric Keenleyside ... Mayor Matheson
Andrew Kavadas ... Buzz Colchack
Gail Maurice ... Rita Colchack
Greg Kinnear ... Captain Lane Pendleton
Jordan Peele ... The Narrator
Jill Teed ... Dotty Matheson
Babak A. Motamed ... Jacques Tourneur
Adam Stafford ... Arch Houghton
Tanja Dixon-Warren Tanja Dixon-Warren ... Ida Lupino
June B. Wilde ... Trooper #1
Trevor Lerner ... Trooper #2


A mysterious man's arrival at an Alaska police station's Christmas party prompts a sergeant to investigate his ulterior motives.

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18 April 2019 (USA) See more »

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Did You Know?


June B. Wilde (State Trooper) previously played Mrs. Decker in The Twilight Zone: Future Trade (2002) and Nurse #2 in The Twilight Zone: Eye of the Beholder (2003). See more »


When Yuka is holding the shotgun, she should already have a shell chambered. No LEO would point an unloaded weapon at a suspect, yet she doesn't cycle the action to chamber a shell until they're half-way through their conversation. See more »


[opening narration]
Narrator: Meet Sergeant Yuka Mongoyak, a woman with a knack for detecting the most subtle of mistruths. On this night, a night of the most powerful of myths, that skill will be tested like never before. She's about to learn that the truth can take many different forms, depending on how you look at it. Because tonight, Sergeant Yuka's vantage point is at the very heart of the Twilight Zone.
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References Alaska State Troopers (2009) See more »

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"The most powerful of myths"
23 April 2019 | by seymour_spSee all my reviews

Honestly, I don't know why people watch shows like TZ if they can't take the merest hint of a mental challenge for fear that it may shake their fondly-held beliefs. Isn't that a significant part of the point and appeal of the show?

It makes one wonder how staunch those beliefs are in the first place when someone finds "beyond offensive" the notion that Christmas may be a myth, doesn't it? I don't know - so many snowflakes at Christmas!

I think there was a lack of sophistication in the ending - all a bit obvious - but that's true of more than a few of the original TZ episodes, too. I'm a huge fan of the original TZ but let's be honest: some of them were pretty poor when viewed through a modern prism. I had that feeling watching the end of this one - what might have worked in the 50s/60s all seems a bit old hat now.

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