National Twilight Zone Day is celebrated on May 11th of every year. It is celebrated on behalf of American television anthology series. Rod Serling created the Twilight Zone American Series and the series contains 156 original series. Every episode of the series includes drama, psychological thriller, fantasy, science fiction, suspense, or horror. Moreover, every conclusion of the serious has a macabre or unexpected twist. Then the popular critical success of the series introduces many new Americans to launch serious of science fiction and abstract ideas through television, as they show the wide variety of Twilight Zone literature.
History of National Twilight Zone Day
The introducer and the creator of National Twilight Zone Day by Rod Sterling in 1959. The National Twilight Zone Day celebrated with more mysterious, weird, surreal and it may be little scary. Then this television program was following the tradition of some earlier shows like Tales of Tomorrow 1951–1953 it is an excellent dramatic short story, “What You Need” is one of the amazing Science Fiction Theatre 1955–1957, With that they conducted some radio programs like The Weird Circle, X Minus One, and then shows the radio work of Serling’s hero, dramatist Norman Corwin.
The National Twilight Zone Day is an annual holiday introduced for celebrating for thought-provoking television series. Everything here is quite strange and surreal, moreover, nothing was ever quite as it seemed.
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How to Celebrate National Twilight Zone Day
The National Twilight Zone Day celebrated in numerous ways, and by this celebration, you can conduct Twilight Zone marathon. On this day you can eat what you want, by this, you can able to get all the fun foods to eat and sit in front of the television and spend your entire day just by watching the episodes of Twilight Zone back to back. On this day you call all your friends and family members and arrange a Twilight Zone-themed party, and watch the series with them and enjoy the day. Share your series experience on social media by using the hashtag #NationalTwilightZoneDay.