The Twilight Zone (2002)

The Twilight Zone (2002)

Check your reality at the door...

You're traveling to another dimension. A dimension not only of sight and sound... but of mind. A journey into a wondrous land, whose boundaries are only that of the imagination. You're entering... The Twilight Zone.

The Twilight Zone (2002) is the third installment in the classic science fiction anthology series. This one is hosted by Forest Whitaker and ran for 44 episodes.

Episode Info

Final: 1x43 -- Burned (May/21/2003)

A man pays the price after having a building deliberately burned down to collect the insurance money.

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1x43: Burned recap: Scott Crane, a real estate mogul, is drinking heavily and watching the news. A family, two parents and their children Sonia and Dmitri, were killed in a fire. Scott gets a call: it's Rick, the man he hired to set the fire. Rick wants extra money since Scott didn't tell him children could be killed. Scott refuses despite the fact he plans to make a fortune selling the land the house was on. Rick warns Scott that he can find him any time since Scott is agoraphobic and never leaves his house. Scott insists he can go outside any time he wants, but Rick tells him he wants the extra money or he'll pay Scott a visit... read more.

1x42: Sunrise recap: In the Sangre De Cristo Mountains in New Mexico, a group of five students are on a GPS Internet treasure hunt. Amber takes video as the others find a stone box. However, it’s much older than they expected and Noah identifies it as Aztec. Eve finds a way to open it and Marty takes out an old pot with something inside. Eve opens it and they discover it contains liquid blood. Eve dips her finger in it and they wonder how it didn’t clot. Amber takes the pot and inadvertently spills the blood, and the light in the chamber starts to fade... read more.

1x41: Homecoming recap: Trace Malone is brought home by the police, who explain to his mother that Trace “borrowed” a neighbor’s car. His mom is worried about his recent record of truancy, bad grades, and now petty crime. Trace is angry that his father, a military officer, is never there. The doorbell rings and Trace’s mother goes to the door. An officer informs her that her husband Robert has been reported missing in northern Iran. A stunned Mrs. Malone says that their anniversary in a week... read more.

1x40: The Executions of Grady Finch recap: Protestors are gathered outside the prison where Grady Finch is being prepared for execution. His alleged victim’s son, Nathan Park, goes on the air to ask that Grady confess to the killing. Inside, Grady insists to his lawyer Liz that he’s innocent, and was convicted on the testimony of a junkie who made a plea bargain. Liz tries to reassure him without success. Warden Tobey comes in to inform him that the governor isn’t issuing a pardon. Grady is taken to the execution chamber to die by lethal injection. He’s given the chance to make a final statement and insists that he’s innocent. In the observation gallery, Nathan pounds on the glass and demands that he tell the truth. As the execution proceeds, Grady hears a woman’s voice say “Not yet.” The phone rings and a technician informs the warden that the injection machine has frozen up: they’ll have to postpone the execution... read more.

1x39: Developing recap: Photographer Edie Durant and her boyfriend Alec Lehane are driving home at night and talking about the house that they've always dreamed about buying once they're married. Distracted, Alec, drives through a stop sign and manages to stop, but a truck broadside them... read more.
Recurring Guests

June B. Wilde as Mrs. Decker (2 eps)
Chris Shields as Jury Foreman (2 eps)

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Classification: Scripted
Genre: Anthology | Drama | Fantasy | Horror/Supernatural | Sci-Fi
Status: Canceled/Ended
Network: UPN ( USA)
Airs: Wednesdays at 09:00 pm
Runtime: 30 Minutes
Premiere: September 18, 2002
Ended: May 21, 2003
• Além da Imaginação (Used In Brazil)
• Zona Crepusculară (Used In Romania)
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