The Twilight Zone Companion Setting & Symbolism

Marc Scott Zicree
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The Twilight Zone

"The Twilight Zone" was a television show created by writer Rod Serling. The show aired on CBS from 1959-1964 and was considered to be the most innovative and well written show in the history of television. Although "The Twilight Zone" has run in syndication ever since its cancellation, the recreation of Serling's masterpiece cannot compare to the original. Serling was devastated when the show was syndicated and producers butchered the format by deleting scenes that held the story together.

The premise of the "The Twilight Zone" is that there is another dimension beyond what man can see, hear, and touch. In this place, anything can happen, from contact with aliens to time travel. The main characters in the story is always an unsuspecting participant in a trip to "The Twilight Zone," making the experience even more surreal than if one was expecting it.

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