Twilight Zone New Years Marathon 2012 episode guide

It’s time once again to enter that dimension not only of sight and sound, but of mind, as Syfy presents its annual favorite — the Twilight Zone New Years marathon. The Twilight Zone New Years Marathon 2012 begins at 8am ET on Dec. 31 and continues to 5am on Jan. 2 — offering 45 hours of classic episodes from Rod Serling’s legendary series. Included are all the memorable ones you love — such as “To Serve Man,” “Time Enough at Last” (pictured below), “Nightmare at 20,000 Feet” and more — as well as many you may have never seen before, or at least not often.


The Twilight Zone New Years Marathon 2012 airs Dec. 31 at 8am ET to Jan. 2 at 5am ET on Syfy.

Here is a listing of the episodes being shown during Syfy’s Twilight Zone New Years Marathon 2012. All Times are Eastern.

Which ones are you looking forward to?

Dec. 31, 2012
8am: “The Fever”
8:30am: “Perchance to Dream”
9am: “One for the Angels”
9:30am: “The Prime Movers”
10am: “Death’s-Head Revisited”
10:30am: “What You Need”
11am: “The Jeopardy Room”
11:30am: “The Sixteen-Millimeter Shrine”
12pm: “Long Live Walter Jameson”
12:30pm: “A Piano in the House”
1pm: “What’s in the Box”
1:30pm: “Black Leather Jackets”
2pm: “A Nice Place to Visit”
2:30pm: “The 7th is Made up of Phantoms”
3pm: “King Nine Will Not Return”
3:30pm: “Mr. Denton on Doomsday”
4pm: “The Shelter”
4:30pm: “Night of the Meek”
5pm: “It’s a Good Life”
5:30pm: “Probe 7, Over and Out”
6pm: “A Kind of Stopwatch”
6:30pm: “Little Girl Lost”
7pm: “Will the Real Martian Please Stand Up?”
7:30pm: “Eye of the Beholder”
8pm: “The Invaders”
8:30pm: “Where is Everybody?”
9pm: “The Hitch-Hiker”
9:30pm: “To Serve Man”
10pm: “Nightmare at 20,000 Feet”
10:30pm: “Living Doll”
11pm: “The Masks”
11:30pm: “I Sing the Body Electric”

Jan. 1, 2013
12am: “The Midnight Sun”
12:30am: “Stopover in a Quiet Town”
1am: “Long Distance Call”
1:30am: “The Old Man in the Cave”
2am: “The After Hours”
2:30am: “Mr. Bevis”
3am: “Twenty Two”
3:30am: “The Grave”
4am: “Night Call”
4:30am: “Judgment Night”
5am: “Nightmare as a Child”
5:30am: “The Four of Us Are Dying”
6am: “The Silence”
6:30am: “I Shot an Arrow into the Air”
7am: “In Praise of Pip”
7:30am: “Uncle Simon”
8am: “Queen of the Nile”
8:30am: “A World of His Own”
9am: “Mr. Garrity and the Graves”
9:30am: “A Thing About Machines”
10am: “The Last Rites of Jeff Myrtlebank”
10:30am: “Hocus-Pocus and Frisby”
11am: “A Short Drink from a Certain Fountain”
11:30am: “The Arrival”
12pm: “Escape Clause”
12:30pm: “And When the Sky Was Opened”
1pm: “The Hunt”
1:30pm: “People Are Alike All Over”
2pm: “Caesar and Me”
2:30pm: “The Odyssey of Flight 33”
3pm: “A Penny for Your Thoughts”
3:30pm: “Third from the Sun”
4pm: “The Little People”
4:30pm: “Nick of Time”
5pm: “Number 12 Looks Just Like You”
5:30pm: “A Hundred Yards Over the Rim”
6pm: “A Most Unusual Camera”
6:30pm: “Five Characters in Search of an Exit”
7pm: “A Stop at Willoughby”
7:30pm: “The Monsters are Due on Maple Street”
8pm: “The Howling Man”
8:30pm: “Time Enough at Last”
9pm: “The Bewitchin’ Pool”
9:30pm: “Kick the Can”
10pm: “The Obsolete Man”
10:30pm: “The Dummy”
11pm: “Dead Man’s Shoes”
11:30pm: “A Game of Pool”

Jan. 2, 2013
12am: “The Rip Van Winkle Caper”
12:30am: “I Am the Night — Color Me Black”
1am: “Walking Distance”
1:30am: “Ring-a-Ding Girl”
2am: “Mr. Dingle, the Strong”
2:30am: “The Lonely”
3am: “Two”
3:30am: “The Brain Center at Whipple’s”
4am: “The Last Flight”
4:30am: “The Purple Testament”


  1. Who were the actors/actress in Twilight Zone episode “Number 12 looks just like you” aired 5pm on New Years Day?

  2. ALL These Twilight Zones Are CUT a LOT, for Commercials!!! WE MISS a LOT of GREAT Parts!! Shame on the Sci Fi Channel!!!

  3. Why is the “Old man in the Cave”, the scene where Major French Tastes the possibly contaminated canned food, and falls down and pretends to die, only to jump up and laugh at Mr. goldsmith ALWAYS CUT OUT??!! It was CUT in this New Years Marathon TOO!!??

  4. Hunker down with a large pizza, a 1/2 gallon of ice cream (fill in your favorite toppings and flavor of ice cream) and the Twilight Zone Marathon!
    Does it get any better than this!

  5. I always look forward to The Monsters Are Due on Maple Street. So many episodes are such good commentaries on human nature, but to me this one stays relevant throughout the ages.

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