Episode guide to Syfy’s “Twilight Zone” New Year’s Marathon

Submitted for your approval — a look at the episodes of The Twilight Zone that Syfy will be airing during the network’s annual New Year’s Eve/New Year’s Day marathon showing of the classic science-fiction/fantasy anthology series. Episodes shaded in red are my personal favorites. All times are ET.

DECEMBER 31
9am: “Escape Clause”
9:30am: “In Praise of Pip”
10am: “Ring-a-Ding Girl”
10:30am: “And When the Sky Was Opened”
11am: “The Silence”
11:30am: “The Hunt”
12pm: “I Am The Night — Color Me Black”
12:30pm: “The Rip Van Winkle Caper”
1pm: “Queen of the Nile”
1:30pm: “Caesar and Me”
2pm: “Probe 7, Over and Out”
2:30pm: “Mr. Dingle, the Strong”
3pm: “A Kind of a Stopwatch”
3:30pm: “The Little People”
4pm: “A Hundred Yards Over the Rim”
4:30pm: “The After Hours”
5pm: “Little Girl Lost”
5:30pm: “A Game of Pool”
6pm: “Long Distance Call”
6:30pm: “A Most Unusual Camera”
7pm: “Stopover in a Quiet Town”
7:30pm: “Number Twelve Looks Just Like You”
8pm: “A Penny For Your Thoughts”
8:30pm: “I Sing the Body Electric”
9pm: “Night Call”
9:30pm: “Five Characters in Search of an Exit”
10pm: “Nick of Time”
10:30pm: “Night of the Meek”
11pm: “Kick the Can”
11:30pm: “Where Is Everybody?”

JANUARY 1
12am: “The Midnight Sun”
12:30am: “People Are Alike All Over”
1am: “Walking Distance”
1:30am: “I Shot an Arrow Into the Air”
2am: “Two”
2:30am: “Uncle Simon”
3am: “A World of His Own”
3:30am: Hocus-Pocus and Frisby”
4am: “The Lonely”
4:30am: “A Short Drink From a Certain Fountain”
5am: “A Thing About Machines”
5:30am: “The Arrival”
6am: “The Sixteen-Millimeter Shrine”
6:30am: “The Brain Center at Whipple’s”
7am: “Judgement Night”
7:30am: “The Last Rites of Jeff Myrtlebank”
8am: “The Four of Us Are Dying”
8:30am: “The Jeopardy Room”
9am: “Black Leather Jackets”
9:30am: “A Piano in the House”
10am: “A Nice Place to Visit”
10:30am: “Twenty-Two”
11am: “King Nine Will Not Return”
11:30am: “The 7th is Made Up of Phantoms”
12pm: “The Grave”
12:30pm: “Death’s-Head Revisited”
1pm: “One for the Angels”
1:30pm: “The Old Man in the Cave”
2pm: “It’s a Good Life”
2:30pm: “Dead Man’s Shoes”
3pm: “The Hitch-Hiker”
3:30pm: “The Dummy”
4pm: “Third From the Sun”
4:30pm: “The Invaders”
5pm: “The Bewitchin’ Pool”
5:30pm: “The Midnight Sun”
6pm: “The Masks”
6:30pm: “The Howling Man”
7pm: “The Odyssey of Flight 33”
7:30pm: “Living Doll”
8pm: “The Obsolete Man”
8:30pm: “Eye of the Beholder”
9pm: “Time Enough at Last”
9:30pm: “A Stop at Willoughby”
10pm: “The Monsters Are Due on Maple Street”
10:30pm: “To Serve Man”
11pm: “”Will the Real Martian Please Stand Up?”
11:30pm: “Nightmare at 20,000 Feet” (pictured above)

JANUARY 2
12am: “The Shelter”
12:30am: “Mr. Bevis”
1am: “Mr. Denton on Doomsday”
1:30am: “The Fever”
2am: “Nightmare as a Child”
2:30am: “What’s in the Box?”
3am: “The Prime Movers”
3:30am: “Mr. Garrity and the Graves”
4am: “Perchance to Dream”
4:30am: “Long Live Walter Jameson”
5am: “What You Need”
5:30am: “The Man in the Bottle”

2 Comments

  1. I’m certain he did. The above picture shows the face of a “person” while the one I remember had a creature of some sort. I don’t recall William Shatner seeing the face shown above or anything with a human form to it.

  2. Did William Shatner do another version of the airplane episode with the being on the wing….I remember it being different from the one I saw 25 years ago….Pamela Watson

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