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This interview with writer/illustrator Koren Shadmi and his new Humanoids book, "Twilight Man: Rod Serling and the Birth of Television" celebrates Twilight Zone's 60th anniversary.
The United States of 1960, less than a decade removed from witch hunts and mythical fifth columns, was moving into societal changes that would disrupt [...]
Winners of this K—12 contest will be honored October 5th at Serling Fest 2019, in Binghamton, NY. Watch those winners here!
Host Jim Benson is joined by two extraordinary directors, Guillermo del Toro and Jeannot Szwarc, in an interview and tribute to Rod Serling’s Night Gallery. [...]
Parisi's recent book "Rod Serling, His Life, Work and Imagination" is an authoritative, fascinating, and engaging work.
A new graphic novel of Rod Serling's original Planet of the Apes concept features apes in a city, but was thought too expensive to film.
By Tony Albarella The Loner has always been one of Rod Serling’s “lost” works, in nearly every sense of the word. This 1965-66 Western follow-up [...]
In the autumn of 1962, Valdese realized its "fifteen minutes of fame" in a bizarre scenario that would give it a full page story in [...]
Film to honor Serling By GENE GREY Published in the Binghamton Press & Sun-Bulletin on September 18, 1994 Behind the curtain of the Helen Foley [...]
1988 Article in Rod Serling's Twilight Zone Magazine IN THE AFTERNOON OF October 7, 1988, a new star will join the firmament of Hollywood's immortals. [...]
Rod warns of overxposure to “perpetual office-seekers, the posturing push-button products of politics built out of plastic and cigar smoke.”
"If you want to prove that God is not dead... first prove that man is alive." —Rod Serling, urging his audience to be intent on changing [...]
...a lengthy but riveting account of the blood, sweat, and tears it took to make it in television. by Rod Serling About Writing for [...]