TV Series created by Rod Serling
The Twilight Zone (2002)
What began in 1959 with the great Rod Serling continues into the 21st century with a new host, Forest Whitaker, on a new network and told with completely new stories.
The Twilight Zone (1985)
Redoing some episodes and doing new ones 20 years later after the originals, these are made in color and in one-hour episodes. Most of the episodes contained two or three stories, and were broken up in half hour episodes for syndication.
Based in a dark disturbing museum setting, Night Gallery featured adaptations of some of the best works of dark-fantasy masters such as H. P. Lovecraft, Algernon Blackwood, Fritz Leiber, A. E. van Vogt ... as well as a myriad of others.
After the Civil War, William Colton resigns his commission in the Union army and heads west looking for a new life.
The Twilight Zone
The series was a collection of various tales that range from the tragic to the comedic. They may be scary or just thought-provoking. Most episodes have unexpected endings and a moral lesson. But, no matter what, it's "a journey into a wondrous land, whose boundaries are that of the imagination".