by Gideon Marcus
by Lorelei Marcus
Two years ago, CBS aired the first episode of a new television anthology, one destined for the history books. It was called The Twilight Zone, and it featured science fiction and fantasy themed stories in a most sophisticated fashion. Twilight Zone garnered its creator, Rod Serling, a much deserved Emmy, and if Serling be remembered for nothing else, it's certain he will leave a lasting legacy.
The new season began last month, and though I had high hopes, Serling's creation is starting to feel a little tired. Word through the grapevine is he's a bit storied out, and the episodes that used to flow like water from his pen come a lot more sluggishly. That said, a half hour of Twilight Zone is still better than most hours of other television -- and two hours have already been aired this year. Let's take a look, shall we?
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