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A collection of short supernatural plays.

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A frustrated suitor enlists the power of voodoo to win his girlfriend back.
aired 7 days ago
The heavyweight champion of the world has one more unscheduled bout.
aired 7 days ago
A successful writing team tells a story about a gorilla; two men try to dispatch a vampire for all time.
aired 19 days ago
A businessman receives letters tying him to the mysterious death of a go-go dancer.
aired 21 days ago
A young man falls in love with a mysterious woman who lives on a barge.
aired 28 days ago
A wife believes in her inventor husband's genius.
aired 35 days ago
An alcoholic is convinced that the ghost of a convict lives in her attic.
aired 42 days ago
A woman talks with spirits in an old English house.
aired 56 days ago
A sorcerer hires an expert in ancient languages to translate a secret script.
aired 63 days ago
A woman's dead twin sister lingers in their house.
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A writer and his wife move to a farmhouse left to them by a late cousin.
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A struggling photographer finds the ideal model for his new advertising assignment.
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A man recovers too quickly from his wife's death.
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An inmate helps a fellow convict, serving a life term, to endure prison through hypnosis.
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A doctor offers a wounded gangster security.

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"There is nothing wrong with your television set." That famous line opens each episode of the classic science fiction anthology series as part of a narration that makes people think their TVs are being controlled. Episodes of the series, which numbered 49 over the course of two seasons, range from a mix of sci-fi and horror that feature "scary monster" motifs to episodes focused on the sci-fi aspects of the stories. Episode writers include such notables as series creator Leslie Stevens and Harlan Ellison.
In the tradition of the 1960s cult show of the same name, this anthology series features different actors, many well-known from their previous work, in each episode. The episodes often explore eerie and often supernatural themes with a science-fiction element.
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The noted science-fiction author hosts dramatizations of his own short stories.