If you're like us, you're more than ready to journey back into The Twilight Zone because, frankly, it's a less disorienting place than our current reality is. The good news is we won't have to wait any longer. All 10 episodes of the second season of Jordan Peele's reboot have arrived on CBS All Access.

After all the Easter eggs sprinkled throughout Season 1, including that epic "Blurry Man" payoff in the finale, we're definitely excited to dig in and see where Peele's vision for the updated Twilight Zone goes from here. Find out what else you need to know about The Twilight Zone Season 2 right here. 

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It is now available to stream. CBS All Access released all 10 episodes of The Twilight Zone Season 2 on Thursday, June 25.

The first trailer built the mystery. The first trailer for The Twilight Zone Season 2 (above) was filled with creepy oddities, including a town full of people who freeze in place for "world maintenance" and a soothsayer who seems to disappear from his tarot reading shop. Peele's narrator smile was eerier than ever in this preview.

The cast is stacked. The Twilight Zone Season 2 once again features some serious star power. The sprawling list of stars includes Billy Porter, Morena Baccarin, Joel McHale, Christopher Meloni, Jimmi Simpson, Jenna Elfman, Tavi Gevinson, Tony Hale, Gillian Jacobs, Daniel Sunjata, Ethan Embry, Kylie Bunbury, Sky Ferreira, Topher Grace, David Krumholtz, Thomas Lennon, Natalie Martinez, Gretchen Mol, Paula Newsome, Jurnee Smollett-Bell, and Damon Wayans Jr.

The first photos set the stage. Click through the gallery to see all of the photos from Season 2, including shots of Christopher Meloni, Billy Porter, and more in the newest batch of episodes.

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The episode descriptions are totally creepy. Details about all 10 episodes in Season 2 are available below, including the titles, descriptions, and details on the writers, directors, and cast members starring in each installment.

Episode title: "8"
Starring: Joel McHale and Brandon Jay McLaren
Directed by: Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead
Written by: Glen Morgan
Description: "At the outer reaches of the world, a team of scientists discover a new highly intelligent species, but its existence may endanger more than their research."

Episode title: "A Small Town"
Starring: Damon Wayans Jr., David Krumholtz, Natalie Martinez, and Paula Newsome
Directed by: Alonso Alvarez-Barreda
Written by: Steven Barnes and Tananarive Due
Description: "A quiet church handyman uncovers a magical scale model imbuing him with the power to help his struggling small town. But with the sleazy Mayor Conway taking all the credit, will Jason's good intentions be corrupted?"

Episode title: "Try, Try"
Starring: Topher Grace and Kylie Bunbury
Directed by: Jennifer McGowan
Written by: Alex Rubens
Description: "When the quick-witted Claudia has a chance run-in with Mark at a museum, he dazzles her with his seemingly miraculous abilities. But after the true source of his charisma is revealed, the encounter takes a dark turn."

Episode title: "You Might Also Like"
Starring: Gretchen Mol and Greta Lee
Directed and written by: Osgood Perkins
Description: "Stay-at-home housewife Mrs. Warren looks forward to acquiring the widely marketed 'Egg,' an enigmatic device that promises to make everything better for everyone forever. But further investigation soon reveals the unsavory truth about this mysterious product."

Episode title: "Ovation"
Starring: Jurnee Smollett-Bell, Tawny Newsome, Sky Ferreira, Paul F. Tompkins, and Thomas Lennon
Directed by: Ana Lily Amirpour
Written by: Emily C. Chang and Sara Amini
Description: "The music career of struggling singer Jasmine takes off overnight after she witnesses a tragic accident. Jasmine begins receiving rapturous applause everywhere she goes, but she soon realizes the relentless recognition comes at a steep cost."

Episode title: "Downtime"
Starring: Morena Baccarin, Colman Domingo, and Tony Hale
Directed by: J.D. Dillard
Written by: Jordan Peele
Description: "After a recent promotion to hotel manager, Michelle feels like she's on top of the world, but any cause for celebration is short lived when the nature of her reality is called into question."

Episode title: "The Who of You"
Starring: Ethan Embry, Daniel Sunjata, and Billy Porter
Written by: Win Rosenfeld
Directed by: Peter Atencio
Description: "Struggling actor Harry risks everything to catch his big break, but an impulsive scheme takes a few turns no one saw coming."

Episode title: "A Human Face"
Starring: Jenna Elfman, Chris Meloni, and Tavi Gevinson
Directed by: Christina Choe
Written by: Alex Rubens
Description: "A grieving couple's move is interrupted by an otherworldly encounter, leading them to second guess what's worth leaving behind."

Episode title: "Among the Untrodden"
Starring: Abbie Hern and Sophia Macy
Directed by: Tayarisha Poe
Written by: Heather Anne Campbell
Description: "Transfer student Irene's unusual interests make her an easy target at her new all-girls boarding school until she discovers that popular classmate Madison possesses a unique talent."

Episode title: "Meet in the Middle"
Starring: Jimmi Simpson and Gillian Jacobs
Directed by: Mathias Herndi
Written by: Emily C. Chang and Sara Amini
Description: "Lonely bachelor Phil finds a meaningful human connection when he discovers a telepathic link to a stranger named Annie. Their connection quickly sparks a romance, but not everything is as it seems in this seemingly idyllic fantasy."

The Twilight Zone Season 2 is available on CBS All Access now.

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