Well, what can I say about this show? First of all, I will say that I never grew up watching this show; in fact, I first started watching it about 7 months ago after seeing a top ten episode list from the famous Internet personality, the Angry Video Game Nerd (James Rolfe) with his Cinemassacre Productions. After viewing it, I decided to watch a couple of episodes as it seemed like an intriguing show. All I can say is, I am not the least bit disappointed.
The basic premise of the show is that you will find the characters in real-life situations, but once they enter the Twilight Zone, unusual and unexplainable circumstances usually take place, that are typically supernatural in nature. Not only does Rod Serling manage to pull the audience in to the drama which unfolds in each episode, but he does so by providing an excellent set-up, with some intriguing story-lines that are usually executed brilliantly. Ranging from the moral, cultural, ethical, philosophical, psychological, spiritual, metaphysical and more, this show has plenty to offer for somebody who wants to see a lot of variety within this show, and it is good for doing that.
If you haven't seen The Twilight Zone, I seriously recommend that you do. I really feel that this show has a lot to offer, not just for Sci-Fi fans, but anybody in general. It is an incredible show with some very intriguing plot-lines that can really make an impact on the viewer. Although there are a few episodes that I consider to be only decent, the abundance of great episodes far supersedes that, and for that reason, I'm giving this show a perfect 10. CHECK IT OUT!
My favourite episode from Season 1 is "And When the Sky Was Opened." A very gripping and overlooked episode in my opinion. Other favourites are, "Walking Distance", "The Lonely", "Time Enough At Last", "Perchance To Dream", "The Hitch-Hiker", "Mirror Image", "The Monsters Are Due on Maple Street", "Long Live Walter Jameson" and "The After Hours."