Syfy Takes Viewers Into Another Dimension With 'The Twilight Zone' Marathon Wednesday, July 4th Beginning at 8AM

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June 19th, 2012

via press release:


NEW YORK June 19, 2012 Syfy will celebrate Americas birthday by transporting viewers into a fifth dimension with its traditional The Twilight Zone marathon. The iconic series will air Wednesday, July 4 from 8AM through 5AM (ET/PT).

The marathon kicks off a rich programming schedule in July, including the premiere of Haunted Highway on Tuesday, July 3; the fifth season return of Destination Truth on Tuesday, July 10; the series finale of Eureka on Monday, July 16 and the season premieres of Warehouse 13 and Alphas on Monday, July 23.

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  • Simon Jester

    No matter how many times I’ve dip into it in the past, I continue to enjoy the Twilight Zone marathons.

  • cimmer

    Always a big rating winner for Syfy.

  • Ralph Hahn

    It’s only one of the best-written TV shows since the dawn of the medium. Rod Serling was truly a genius. His on-camera set-ups of the program, and his words spoken at the end of the broadcast, truly shows how he mastered the English language. You would be hard pressed to find someone like that on camera these days. Knowing it was another era in the late-50s and early-60s, some folks smoked cigarettes on camera as we were reminded recently when Mike Wallace passed on. Mike lived on to his 90s, but Rod passed away long before his time because of that awful habit.

  • Mary

    Great, something to watch on TV on the 4th of July! I can’t wait!

  • Bannister

    I just hate it that it still airs in black & white. I can’t really watch stuff in b&w anymore like I used to.

  • Ralph Hahn

    @Bannister: Some of the best movies of all time were filmed in black & white. You must not have grown up with B&W TV. Growing up, we didn’t have a color set until 1968. TV Land would be nothing like it is now without the classic black & white series.

    It wasn’t until the Fall of 1968 did all of the prime-time series on ABC, CBS & NBC went color. I think ABC may have had a couple of B&W shows. I believe “Rat Patrol” was one of them.

  • Ralph Hahn

    (Correction): It was the Fall of 1965! (not ’68 as stated above).

  • serg

    Twilight Zone airs every nite at 11 pm on meTV.

  • spange

    @bannister>>then don’t watch it!

  • Smells Like Infinite Sadness

    My favorite show, bar none. I own all the box sets, but till have to watch the marathon. I made a list of my top 20 favorite episodes on my blog. Feel free to comment on your favorites as well :-)

  • Smells Like Infinite Sadness

    And Bannister, Black and White is KEY to the appeal of this series! It gives it atmosphere and an otherworldly feel, and it’s one of many factors that any remakes of the show in Tv or in the TZ movie weren’t as effective. Not just the story, but the look. I love black and white movies, and wish they’d make more in that medium.

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