Classic ‘Twilight Zone’ Episodes Head to Theaters — Is Your Favorite on the List?

Sep 25, 2019  •  Post A Comment

Some of the most memorable episodes of the classic CBS series “The Twilight Zone” will be getting a theatrical release. The Hollywood Reporter’s Heat Vision reports that Fathom and CBS Home Entertainment are partnering in the project in celebration of the 60th anniversary of the Rod Serling series.

Six digitally restored episodes will hit theaters on Nov. 14 for the one-night-only event, which will also feature a screening of the new documentary short “Remembering Rod Serling.”

Tickets for “The Twilight Zone: A 60th Anniversary Celebration” go on sale Friday.

THR reports that the six episodes are “Walking Distance” (original airdate Oct. 30, 1959); “Time Enough at Last” (Nov. 20, 1959); “The Invaders” (Jan. 27, 1961); “The Monsters are Due on Maple Street” (March 4, 1960); “Eye of the Beholder” (Nov. 11, 1960); and “To Serve Man” (March 2, 1962).


  1. As an avid bibliophile, “Time Enough at Last” still gives me nightmares! “The Monsters are Due on Maple Street” is a good commentary on what is happening in the United State today.

  2. Wonder how many TV shows of today will be celebrating their 60th anniversary? (Crickets)

    I’m 60 & was born & raised on a mountain in rural Alabama where we couldn’t even get CBS, so unfortunately I wasn’t able to watch anything but reruns of “The Twilight Zone”. However, it’s always been one of my favorite TV shows. The 60’s were definitely the golden age of television. I hate to say it, but cable ruined TV.

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