Alan Dein explores the classic American television series The Twilight Zone, as well as the life and imagination of its creator, Rod Serling.
Fifty years ago, Serling ushered audiences into a new realm of light and shadow. He had already electrified the new medium of television with his powerful dramas and their explorations of race, morality and capitalism, but now he offered glimpses of American dreams and nightmares.
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