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A view of the red carpet background shows the title "The Twilight Zone" during the show's premiere at the Harmony Gold Preview House on March 26, 2019 in Los Angeles. CBS All Access begins airing the episodes on April 1. Valerie Macon/AFP/Getty Images

Jordan Peele’s “The Twilight Zone” may be behind a paywall as part of the CBS network’s streaming service, CBS All Access, but that doesn’t mean you need to pay to watch the first episodes of the 2019 reboot.

Those who have never accepted a free trial from CBS All Access before can sign up for one week of complimentary access. This means new subscribers will be able to watch the first two 2019 episodes of “The Twilight Zone” for free as both will be released on the series’ premiere date on April 1.

Not all of the episodes will be available at one time, however.

Following the two-episode premiere, CBS All Access will release one new episode every Thursday on the platform. This means that if fans are interested in finishing the season, they will need to pay for the service.

In order to get a free trial for CBS All Access, users will need to enter in their credit card information and select a plan, which can be canceled at any time. Plans are available in limited commercial ($5.99 per month) and commercial-free ($9.99 per month) forms. It is worth noting that live TV will include commercials, even for commercial-free subscribers.

“The Twilight Zone,” helmed by Peele of “Get Out” and “Us” fame, is a reimagining of the Rod Serling-hosted 1959 TV series of the same name. Just like Sterling did in the original program, Steele will act as the host and narrator of each original episode.