Here's what happened in the world of television for Monday, April 1st. All times are eastern.
The Twilight Zone (Series Premiere, CBS All Access): Prepare to enter the fifth dimension. A dimension as big as space and as timeless as infinite. The middle ground between light and shadow, between science and superstition. This is the dimension of the imagination. It's an area where CBS calls All Access the (new) Twilight Zone.
Executive Producers Jordan Peele and Simon Kinberg are re-imagining the iconic science fiction franchise for the modern era, continuing the legacy of the original show as "social storytelling." "The first two episodes -" Nightmare At 30,000 Feet "with Adam Scott and" The Comedian "with Kumail Nanjiani – premiere today, with new episodes every Thursday. Noel Murray is ready for the rehearsal.
DCs Legends Of Tomorrow (The CW, 8pm)
Ultraman (Netflix), Monday): Um To preserve the theme of restarting 60-year sci-fi franchises, Netflix today released the first season of its Ultraman revival. A few years after the events of the 60's live action series, Netflix follows Ultraman Shinjiro Hayata, son of the original Ultraman, who, despite his fancy new technology, can not really turn into a giant, as befits an Ultraman is common. We do not know how many consequences are to be expected, but if you are a fan of the franchise, this should be worth watching.