Rod Serling's series after the Twilight Zone was over. Mr. Serling didn't have near as much creative control of this series as he did with the twilight Zone and…
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HELL'S BELLS. First aired on November 17, 1971, starring John Astin, Theodore J. Flicker, Jody Gilbert, Ceil Cabot, John J. Fox, Hank Worden, Jack Laird and Gene R. Kearney. Teleplay was by Theodore J. Flicker, story by Harry Turner. Directed by Theodore J. Flicker. Hell greets a just-dead hippie who's in for a rude awakening.
SHE'LL BE COMPANY FOR YOU. First aired on December 24, 1972, starring Leonard Nimoy, Lorraine Gary, Kathryn Hays and Ben Hoffman. Teleplay was by David Rayfiel, story by Andrea Newman. Directed by Gerald Perry Finnerman. With his invalid wife finally dead, a relieved widower now finds himself under the watchful eye of a strangely menacing cat.
FINNEGAN'S FLIGHT. First aired on December 17, 1972, starring Burgess Meredith, Cameron Mitchell, Barry Sullivan, Kenneth Tobey, Dort Clark, John Gilgreen, Roger E. Mosley, Raymond Mayo and Michael Masters. Teleplay was by Rod Serling. Directed by Gene R. Kearney. A prison lifer yearning for freedom submits to a cellmate's experiments in mind over matter.
THE OTHER WAY OUT. First aired on November 19, 1972, starring Ross Martin, Burl Ives, Peggy Feury, Jack Collins, Elizabeth Thompson, Paul Micale and Adam Weed. Teleplay was by Gene R. Kearney, story by Kurt van Elting. Directed by Gene R. Kearney. Lured to an isolated house, a murderer is made to pay for his crime.