There are many Rod Serling-related websites, most of which deal with The Twilight
Zone or Night Gallery. Included below is just a fraction of what's out
General Sites |
Twilight Zone | Night
Gallery | Miscellaneous
- Rod Serling Memorial Foundation --
The most comprehensive Serling site on the Net treats the writer's entire body of work, from the Golden Age of TV through his
semi-retirement years as a teacher and lecturer. Includes reviews of his work from
many sources, rare photos, and curiosa. A terrific site.
- The Fifth Dimension -- Hands down the best TZ
site on the Net. Hundreds of pages and sounds...thousands of pictures.
Extensive indices -- actor, director, writer; episode guide; history; scripts; fan board; TZ
magazine index. For Serling researchers, there's a section with brief bio, photos,
and transcripts from Serling's important 1959 interview with Mike Wallace.
- Pete's Twilight Zone Site -- Not
quite as comprehensive as The Fifth Dimension, but still very thorough and creatively
- The Twilight Zone Archive -- Extensive photos
(many rare), autographs, even some non-TZ Serling correspondence.
place for graphics.
- Twilight Zone Radio --
Radio dramas based on episodes, featuring music, sound effects, and full
casts of today's biggest celebrities.
- Rod Serling's Night Gallery --
A comprehensive, attractive site featuring teleplays, history of the show, credits, intro paintings, more.
- Museum of Radio and Television -- History
of television, personalities, exhibits. Two sites, one in L.A. and one in New York,
both sometimes difficult to navigate.