The Writers Guild of America has come up with a list of the 101 best TV series ever. But which sci-fi series made the list?
Bryan Singer has a plan for his proposed Twilight Zone reboot -- but he says he's going to need a lot of help to make it happen.
The Twilight Zone was one of the best things that ever happened to television. The Rod Serling anthology ran from 1959-64, was revived in 1985 and 2002 and now 10 years later, there's word of another reboot.
Considering the seasonal life-cycle of the medium, we burn through and forget TV shows these days by the dozen. But it wasn't always like that. Back in the day, even a short-lived sci-fi series could generate some lasting fan love—so here's a list of perfect gifts for the sci-fi TV classicist.
Sometimes you just have to have it all, and you have to have it all right now. If you're a sci-fi TV fan, you don't just want one season of a show you like. You want the whole show, every single episode, preferably in a nifty box set. So, for this installment in our 2012 Holiday Gift Guide, we thought we'd show you some of our favorite complete sci-fi TV sets to satisfy the completist fan in your life.
The new big screen version of Rod Serling's The Twilight Zone has found its director, and it's not any of the filmmakers who were reportedly up for the job.
Sure, The Twilight Zone pushed the limits of sci-fi television with its shocking plot twists, but it also sometimes simply used a startling image to strike fear into our hearts. For the 5th of our 31 posts for the 31 days of Halloween, here are the seven scenes from this classic series most likely to give you nightmares.
What do big shot directors Christopher Nolan, Michael Bay, David Yates and two others have in common? They're all in talks for a new version of The Twilight Zone.
When a never before seen interview with Rod Serling was unearthed last month, among the things The Twilight Zone creator discussed were his two favorite episodes of the landmark show. Not surprisingly one was an episode that makes everyone's top lists, and one is a slightly more offbeat choice:
In a never before seen interview from 1970 that just surfaced on YouTube, The Twilight Zone creator Rod Serling talks with SF author James Gunn about his show, the stories he created and his own ability to actually write science fiction.