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Horror director Richard Kelly, best known for 2001's Donnie Darko, is going to be helming a biopic about Twilight Zone creator Rod Serling.
The Twilight Zone has featured a number of surprising guest stars. Here are some you probably missed.
The Twilight Zone had some amazing episodes over the years but also managed to produce some tales that were less-than-great.
From production values to good old fashioned horror elements, here are the areas in which Black Mirror trumped Twilight Zone (and vice versa).
From "The Masks" to "The Bewitchin' Pool," The Twilight Zone boasts many fantastic episodes that even die-hard fans might have forgotten.
The ending for The Twilight Zone's "The Blue Scorpion" focuses on materialism, and how people learn to value items more than human relationships.
The Twilight Zone season 1, episode 8, "Point of Origin" ending focuses on immigration, and how some people remain ignorant of America's foundation.
With Jordan Peele's revival of The Twilight Zone nearing the end of its first season, the anthology is set to be re-released in black and white.
"Six Degrees of Freedom" is the sixth episode of The Twilight Zone reboot. Here, we break down the ending's major themes and revelations.
"The Wunderkind" is the fifth episode of The Twilight Zone reboot. Here, we break down the ending's political themes and character motivations.
The Jordan Peele-produced revival of The Twilight Zone gets a season 2 renewal at CBS All Access, despite mixed reviews on the early episodes.
Jordan Peele's The Twilight Zone has come to our screens finally. Here are the best and worst parts about the reboot of this old movie.
The original Twilight Zone changed science fiction and horror storytelling forever. Here are 10 facts you may not know about the original series.
An updated version of the classic TV series featuring various tales of science fiction, horror and mystery.
The series was officially announced in 2017, when Jordan Peele was attached. This is a revival of the iconic show, which originally ran from 1959-1964.