This Day in the Yesteryear: THE TWILIGHT ZONE PREMIERS ON CBS (1959)

The Twilight Zone Premiers on CBS (1959)

A classic science-fiction show that ran for just five years, The Twilight Zone was created by veteran television writer Rod Serling. More than half of its 155 unrelated episodes were written or co-written by Serling, who also narrated each half-hour episode with his trademark deadpan. The show often starred soon-to-be-famous actors such as William Shatner and Robert Redford. Many episodes featured frightening or ironic plot twists. What were some of the show’s most celebrated episodes? More… Discuss

4 responses to “This Day in the Yesteryear: THE TWILIGHT ZONE PREMIERS ON CBS (1959)

  1. OMG! Was it that long ago …
    Yes, there were so many greats in this series.

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  2. Always loved this series…. still do! Some episodes just stick with you. The guy with the glasses, the face-wrapped girl, ….. I could go on and on.

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