Thanks to PBS Digital Studios and its series Blank on Blank, we have this beautiful animation of an interview with The Twilight Zone’s Rod Serling. His ideas about science fiction, children, and imagination all get expressed in a wonderful way.
CBS has announced plans to revive the iconic anthology series The Twilight Zone, but it won’t be an ordinary TV show. Instead it’s a melding of TV and video games, helmed by gaming industry legend Ken Levine (the driving force behind Bioshock).
Ten classic episodes of The Twilight Zone will be broadcast in the UK for the first time—but, much like the show’s trademark, there’s a twist. The episodes will be reinvented as radio plays taken from Rod Serling’s original TV scripts, thanks to BBC Radio 4 Extra.
Sherlock returns for one night only! Galavant is back for season two! And all Hell is finally unleashed in the season finale of Ash vs Evil Dead! There’s also a ton of New Year’s marathons. And just what the heck is Yokai Watch, anyway? All this, and more, on This Week’s TV!
Every year the Syfy channel plays a Twilight Zone marathon over New Year’s. But this year they’re starting the festivities early. The first episode airs at 7pm this Wednesday, December 30th. We’ve compiled a schedule so you can catch your favorites, along with links to Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon for all you cordcutters.
We all know that economists love science fiction — especially Isaac Asimov fan Paul Krugman. But science fiction and fantasy can also help teach ordinary people about the Dismal Science. Here are 22 great science fiction and fantasy stories that can help you make sense of economics.
What if there was a blogger tackling the history of science fiction at the end of the Golden Age, as it happened? It would look a lot like the Galactic Journey blog, over on Dreamwidth.
It's the most wonderful time of the year! New Year's Eve might be a garbage holiday, but at least we have Syfy's Twilight Zone marathon to console us. Below, a list of when you can watch each episode during this year's festivities. And for all you cordcutters, we've added links to Netflix (and Hulu for season 4) for…
It's the week that we ring in the new year with endless TV marathons (while resolving only to watch the best TV in 2015). But we've also got a new show coming out this week, a musical about true love and revenge from a legendary Disney composer, and his lyricist collaborator on Tangled.
Thanks to Entertainment Earth, we've got the first look at this year's San Diego Comic-Con Twilight Zone convention exclusives. Get a good look at the new action figures that will be available to you this July, including horrible airplane passenger Bob Wilson, as played by William Shatner!
Star Trek fans proclaim their favorite series to have been sophisticated and mature — and, above all, brimming with huge philosophical questions. But was Star Trek ever really that smart? A Trek fan asked over at TrekBBS, and the responses are illuminating.
Time travel and temporal anomalies can be messy and unpleasant. When time starts getting out of whack, anything can happen. People can be born over and over, meet themselves, relive the same day, or just screw up all their relationships. Here are all the ways people get tangled in their own timelines in science…
J. Michael Straczynski's first full-time job writing in TV was on the 1980s Twilight Zone reboot. Now his newest comic job is writing the Twilight Zone comic reboot. Wacky! Plus, dead kids solving crimes, a very unique vampire hunter and the Defenders of the Earth go steampunk in the last comics of 2013!
To help you start to answer those pressing questions, we've got three clips from this week's Community season premiere, featuring the return of creator Dan Harmon. Plus tons of info about Space Dandy, from the creator of Cowboy Bebop. Here's all the details and clips for this week's TV!
Science fiction and fantasy take us into the unknown, which is inherently somewhat scary — but sometimes, they go way further. Last week, we shared part one of our list of the top 50 scariest science fiction and fantasy TV episodes. But now, here are the 25 scariest television episodes of all time!
Forget horror movies. Some of the scariest moments we've ever seen have happened on television, within the short span of a half-hour or one-hour TV episode. We've painstakingly compiled the 50 scariest episodes of science fiction and fantasy television, and here are numbers 26-50.
Tom Hiddleston talks about Loki's journey in a lengthy new Thor 2 interview. Is Joseph Kosinski too busy to direct Tron 3? Some old favorites are returning to Doctor Who in 2014. Robert Kirkman explains the main questions of Walking Dead season four. Spoilers ahead!
You've gotten your hands on a shiny new time machine, and you decide that your first order of business is to travel back in time and kill Hitler. But killing Hitler and preventing the Holocaust isn't quite as simple as it sounds. Here's why.
Steven Moffat discusses Peter Capaldi's 12th Doctor, including his relationship with Clara. Vin Diesel is still pretty sure he's playing Groot in Guardians of the Galaxy. Chris Carter says X-Files 3 could feature one of the most recognizable faces in modern genre. Plus Edgar Wright talks Ant-Man. Spoilers abound!