Rod Serling’s Twilight Zone is one of the most genre-defining bodies of work in 20th century science fiction. Now, nearly 60 years after its original debut on CBS, the series is being reimagined as a stage play premiering in London later this year.
It’s that time of year again. Time to hunker down and watch the Twilight Zone marathon on the SyFy Channel. Or, if you’re impatient, time to get ahead of the curve and binge-watch the entire series on Netflix or Amazon Prime.
It’s that time of year again. Syfy’s Independence Day Twilight Zone marathon is upon us. But if you got spoiled by Syfy’s epic marathon of all 156 episodes over New Year’s, I’ve got some bad news for you: They’re only airing 57 episodes this weekend. We’ve still got the entire schedule below.
Thanks to PBS Digital Studios and its series Blank on Blank, we have this beautiful animation of an interview with The Twilight Zone’s Rod Serling. His ideas about science fiction, children, and imagination all get expressed in a wonderful way.
Every year the Syfy channel plays a Twilight Zone marathon over New Year’s. But this year they’re starting the festivities early. The first episode airs at 7pm this Wednesday, December 30th. We’ve compiled a schedule so you can catch your favorites, along with links to Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon for all you…
A new Twilight Zone exhibit opened this week at the Bundy Museum of History and Art in Binghamton, New York. And we all have just six months to check it out.
On this day in 1959, American TV audiences embarked on a trip to a dimension as vast as space and as timeless as infinity. This first journey to the middle ground between light and shadow was a powerful voyage we still haven't forgotten. It was the first time we caught a glimpse of The Twilight Zone.
Old troves and the newly-discovered intrigue around them was sort of our theme today, what with the discovery of decades-old Atari game cartridges in a New Mexico landfill. It's a theme that always gets me thinking of one of The Twilight Zone's most influential episodes: "Time Enough at Last."
J.J. Abrams is adding another TV show to his long list of projects. Bad Robot has acquired the long-stalled screenplay penned by The Twilight Zone creator Rod Sterling.
In 1975 a movie (narrated by Rod Serling) called The Outer Space Connection, based on the book, was released. The book claimed that the aliens would return to earth on December 24, 2011. Oh look, that's today! A July 29, 1975 Redlands Daily Facts (Redlands, CA) article about the release of the movie appears below.
Matt Reeves, director of Cloverfield and the U.S. remake of Let The Right One In, is in final talks to direct the new Twilight Zone movie. And he could be making it as soon as next summer. But it won't be what you might be expecting from a film adaptation of Rod Serling's television series.
Gold Key Twilight Zone comics ruled. Their covers were confounding, and the plots were nuggets o' weirdness narrated by a snarky illustrated Rod Serling. In this gem from 1972, a blind, whiny alien turns some schmo into his "seeing-eye man!"
The Twilight Zone left an indelible mark on pop culture, but it's been years since we made a new journey to that dimension of sight and sound. Peter Hall argues that we need Rod Serling's vision now more than ever.
A never-before-seen interview with Twilight Zone creator Rod Serling is hypnotic viewing, as he talks honestly about the show's successes and failures in that deep, reflective voice that narrated your childhood.
So tomorrow is Twilight Zone Day. In honor of this inexplicable holiday, here are the underappreciated baddies of the Serlingverse. Never mind psychokinetic children who'll turn you into a jack-in-the-box. We're talking evil genies who'll turn you into Hitler!
Twilight Zone turns 50 years old today, so to celebrate here are the most important moral lessons we learned from this ground-breaking anthology series. For example: You should never trust an alien.
At long last, Leonardo DiCaprio has hired a screenwriter for his big-screen adaptation of The Twilight Zone. His choice has cut his teeth writing science fiction and horror, and has a surprising credit in softcore porn.
Spook Country author William Gibson and Twilight Zone creator Rod Serling will be turned into life-size animatronic statues, which at some point will gain sentience and battle to the death. At least, that'll be the case if the Science Fiction Hall Of Fame is as animatronic-happy as the Rock'n'Roll Hall Of Fame, which…