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The Twilight Zone is an paranormal anthology television series, a revival of the 1959-64 Rod Serling series of the same name. I ran on CBS for two seasons before getting a third season was produced for syndication. Most CBS episodes consisted of multiple separate stories during the hour-long runtime. Episodes in the third season were reduced to thirty minutes, with one story per episode.

As it was an anthology series, there were no regular cast members and no one plot or premise. Jenny Lewis appeared in the fifth episode of the first season, in a story called "If She Dies", which was followed up by the story "Ye Gods" in the same episode.

The show was filmed in Los Angeles, California on 35 mm film, then edited on videotape.

Season 1 episodes[]

Air No. Prod. No. Air Date Title Writer Director
1 ? September 27, 1985 Shatterday Based on the short story by: Harlan Ellison
teleplay by: Alan Brennert
Wes Craven
A Little Peace and Quiet James Crocker
2 ? October 4, 1985 Wordplay Rockne S. O'Bannon Wes Craven
Dreams for Sale Joe Gannon Tommy Lee Wallace
Chameleon James Crocker Wes Craven
3 ? October 11, 1985 Healer Alan Brennert Sigmund Neufeld
Children's Zoo Chris Hubbell & Gerrit Graham Robert Downey
Kentucky Rye Richard Krzemien & Chip Duncan John Hancock
4 ? October 18, 1985 Little Boy Lost Lynn Barker Tommy Lee Wallace
Wish Bank Michael Cassutt Rick Friedberg
Night Crawlers Based on the short story by: Robert R. McCammon
Teleplay by: Philip DeGuere
William Friedkin
5 ? October 25, 1985 If She Dies David Bennett Carren John Hancock
Ye Gods Anne Collins Peter Medak
6 ? November 1, 1985 Examination Day Based on the short story by: Henry Slesar
Teleplay by: Philip DeGuere
Paul Lynch
A Message from Charity Based on the short story by: William M. Lee
Teleplay by: Alan Brennert
Paul Lynch
7 ? November 8, 1985 Teacher's Aide Steven Barnes B. W. L. Norton
Paladin of the Lost Hour Based on the short story "Paladin" by: Harlan Ellison
Teleplay by: Harlan Ellison
Gilbert Cates (as Alan Smithee)
8 ? November 15, 1985 Act Break Haskell Barkin Theodore J. Flicker
The Burning Man Based on the short story by: Ray Bradbury
Teleplay by: J. D. Feigelson
J. D. Feigelson
Dealer's Choice Donald Todd Wes Craven
9 ? November 22, 1985 Dead Woman's Shoes Based on the story and teleplay by: Charles Beaumont
Teleplay by: Lynn Barker
Peter Medak
Wong's Lost and Found Emporium Based on the story by: William F. Wu
Teleplay by: Alan Brennert
Paul Lynch
10 ? November 29, 1985 The Shadow Man Rockne S. O'Bannon Joe Dante
The Uncle Devil Show Donald Todd David Steinberg
Opening Day Gerrit Graham & Chris Hubbell John Milius
11 ? December 6, 1985 The Beacon Martin Pasko & Rebecca Parr Gerd Oswald
One Life, Furnished in Early Poverty From a short story by: Harlan Ellison
Teleplay by: Alan Brennert
Don Carlos Dunaway
12 ? December 13, 1985 Her Pilgrim Soul Alan Brennert Wes Craven
I of Newton Based on the short story by: Joe Haldeman
Teleplay by: Alan Brennert
Kenneth Gilbert
13 ? December 20, 1985 Night of the Meek Based on the story and teleplay by: Rod Serling
Teleplay by: Rockne S. O'Bannon
Martha Coolidge
But Can She Type? Martin Pasko & Rebecca Parr Shelley Levinson
The Star Based on the short story by: Arthur C. Clarke
Teleplay by: Alan Brennert
Gerd Oswald
14 ? January 3, 1986 Still Life Gerrit Graham & Chris Hubbell Peter Medak
The Little People of Killany Woods J. D. Feigelson J. D. Feigelson
The Misfortune Cookie Based on the short story by: Charles E. Fritch
Teleplay by: Rockne S. O'Bannon
Allan Arkush
15 ? January 24, 1986 Monsters! Robert Crais B. W. L. Norton
A Small Talent for War Carter Scholz & Alan Brennert Claudia Weill
A Matter of Minutes Suggested by the short story "Yesterday Was Monday" by: Theodore Sturgeon
Teleplay by: Rockne S. O'Bannon
Sheldon Larry
16 ? January 31, 1986 The Elevator / To See the Invisible Man / Tooth and Consequences Phil Doran & Douglas Arango Russ Petranto
17 ? February 7, 1986 Welcome to Winfield / Quarantine Phil Doran & Douglas Arango Russ Petranto
18 ? February 14, 1986 Gramma / Personal Demons / Cold Reading Phil Doran & Douglas Arango Russ Petranto
19 ? February 21, 1986 The Leprechaun-Artist / Dead Run Phil Doran & Douglas Arango Russ Petranto
20 ? March 7, 1986 Profile in Silver / Button, Button Phil Doran & Douglas Arango Russ Petranto
21 ? March 21, 1986 Need to Know / Red Snow Phil Doran & Douglas Arango Russ Petranto
22 ? March 28, 1986 Take My Life... Please! / Devil's Alphabet / The Library Phil Doran & Douglas Arango Russ Petranto
23 ? April 4, 1986 Shadow Play / Grace Note Phil Doran & Douglas Arango Russ Petranto
24 ? April 11, 1986 A Day in Beaumont / The Last Defender of Camelot Phil Doran & Douglas Arango Russ Petranto

Other Information[]

Television
ABC Baby Makes Five (1 2 3 4) • Webster (1) • ConvictedLife With Lucy (1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13) • The Charmings (1) • Baby MMr. Belvedere (1) • Growing Pains (1) • Just the Ten of Us (1) • Have Faith (1) • Roseanne (1) • Free Spirit (1) • Talk to MeOnce and Again (1)
CBS It's an Adventure, Charlie BrownThe Twilight Zone (1) • Who Gets the Friends?My Father, My SonBrooklyn Bridge (1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18) • Runaway FatherMurder, She Wrote (1) • Sweet Temptation
NBC Suburban BeatHell Town (1) • The Golden Girls (1) • A Place at the TableShannon's Deal (1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15) • Baywatch (1) • Perry Mason: The Case of the Defiant DaughterLine of Fire: The Morris Dees StoryDaddy
Showtime Uncle Tom's CabinRunaway Daughters
Syndication Card SharksSuperstar Kids Challenge
The Disney Channel A Friendship in Vienna
Fox Get Real (1)
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