The Twilight Zone

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The Twilight Zone was a popular American anthology series. 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."


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  • The Twilight Zone (1959)
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Season From To Episodes
All Seasons
Specials January 1955 January 2000 39
Season 1 October 1959 July 1960 36
Season 2 September 1960 June 1961 29
Season 3 September 1961 June 1962 37
Season 4 January 1963 May 1963 18
Season 5 September 1963 June 1964 36
Unassigned Episodes 2
Season From To Episodes
Specials 0
Unassigned Episodes 197
Absolute ordering places all episodes in a single ordered season. This is generally used for anime.
Season From To Episodes
Season 1 October 1959 June 1964 156
Unassigned Episodes 41
Name Number of Episodes Dates
Rod Serling 96 11/24/1958 - 05/19/1994
Charles Beaumont 21 11/27/1959 - 03/06/1964
Richard Matheson 17 12/11/1959 - 05/19/1994
Earl Hamner Jr. 8 01/26/1962 - 06/19/1964
George Clayton Johnson 7 01/01/1960 - 12/20/1963
Jerry Sohl 3 04/04/1963 - 03/06/1964
Henry Slesar 2 11/08/1963 - 01/17/1964
Oceo Ritch 2 03/10/1961 - 01/19/1962
Martin M. Goldsmith 2 03/13/1964 - 05/01/1964
Bill Idelson 2 03/31/1961
Frederick Louis Fox 2 02/02/1962 - 04/13/1962
Bernard C. Schoenfeld 1 02/14/1964
Damon Knight 1 03/02/1962
Sam Rolfe 1 12/29/1961
Mike Korologos 1 05/08/1964
John Collier 1 05/13/1960
Ambrose Bierce 1 02/28/1964
Lynn Venable 1 11/20/1959
Reginald Rose 1 04/18/1963
Malcolm Jameson 1 04/11/1963
Lucille Fletcher 1 01/22/1960
Jerome Bixby 1 11/03/1961
Robert Presnell Jr. 1 05/13/1960
John Furia Jr. 1 03/21/1963
Marvin Petal 1 12/22/1961
A.T. Strassfield 1 04/10/1964
John Tomerlin 1 01/24/1964
Henry Kuttner 1 12/25/1959
Lee Polk 1 05/04/1962
Ray Bradbury 1 05/18/1962
Paul W. Fairman 1 03/25/1960
Manly Wade Wellman 1 11/24/1961
Jerry McNeely 1 01/17/1964
Richard De Roy 1 12/20/1963
E. Jack Neuman 1 12/09/1960
Price Day 1 04/06/1962
Lou Holtz 1 12/13/1963
C.L. Moore 1 12/25/1959
Madelon Champion 1 01/15/1960
Michael D. Rosenthal 1 10/18/1963
Anthony Wilson 1 05/22/1964
Name Number of Episodes Dates
John Brahm 12 11/20/1959 - 03/06/1964
Douglas Heyes 10 12/11/1959 - 01/27/1961
Buzz Kulik 9 09/30/1960 - 05/02/1963
Lamont Johnson 8 09/29/1961 - 05/09/1963
Montgomery Pittman 8 05/26/1961 - 02/23/1962
Richard L. Bare 7 01/08/1960 - 03/13/1964
Richard Donner 6 10/11/1963 - 05/22/1964
James Sheldon 6 01/20/1961 - 05/18/1962
Don Medford 5 05/20/1960 - 02/07/1963
Jack Smight 4 11/13/1959 - 02/10/1961
Elliot Silverstein 4 06/02/1961 - 02/21/1964
William F. Claxton 4 02/05/1960 - 05/18/1962
Abner Biberman 4 05/04/1962 - 03/27/1964
Joseph M. Newman 4 09/27/1963 - 06/19/1964
Alan Crosland Jr. 4 03/14/1963 - 12/27/1963
Alvin Ganzer 4 12/25/1959 - 06/17/1960
Ted Post 4 03/11/1960 - 05/29/1964
Justus Addiss 3 02/24/1961 - 03/07/1963
Mitchell Leisen 3 10/23/1959 - 03/25/1960
David Orrick McDearmon 3 04/01/1960 - 01/13/1961
Robert Florey 3 11/27/1959 - 01/10/1964
Ron Winston 3 03/04/1960 - 04/24/1964
Stuart Rosenberg 3 01/15/1960 - 01/31/1963
Perry Lafferty 3 01/03/1963 - 01/17/1963
Robert Parrish 3 10/09/1959 - 06/17/1960
Allen Reisner 2 11/24/1958 - 10/16/1959
John Rich 2 12/16/1960 - 10/18/1963
Robert Enrico 2 02/28/1964
Boris Sagal 2 04/28/1961 - 09/22/1961
Anton Leader 2 03/18/1960 - 11/17/1961
Ida Lupino 2 03/20/1964
Christian Nyby 2 02/02/1962 - 05/25/1962
Robert Stevens 2 10/02/1959 - 10/30/1959
Robert Butler 2 04/10/1964 - 05/01/1964
Don Siegel 2 11/15/1963 - 01/17/1964
Ralph Senensky 1 02/28/1963
Harold D. Schuster 1 01/26/1962
Paul Stewart 1 03/16/1962
Allen H. Miner 1 04/27/1962
David Greene 1 02/16/1962
Robert Ellis Miller 1 06/01/1962
William Asher 1 06/03/1960
David Lowell Rich 1 04/11/1963
Roger Kay 1 12/20/1963
Robert Gist 1 03/21/1963
Ralph Nelson 1 07/01/1960
Robert Markowitz 1 05/19/1994
Don Weis 1 10/04/1963
Joe Dante 1 06/24/1983
David Butler 1 05/23/1963
Walter Grauman 1 02/21/1963
Bernard Girard 1 12/13/1963
Richard C. Sarafian 1 11/01/1963
Jacques Tourneur 1 02/07/1964
Norman Z. McLeod 1 12/15/1961

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