Rod Serling's seminal television series The Twilight Zone (1959-64) celebrated its fiftieth anniversary in 2009.
What does TWZ stand for?
TWZ stands for The Twilight Zone (TV show)
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Slang/chat, popular culture
See other definitions of TWZ
- The Windsor Yacht Club (UK)
- Type (or talk) When You Can
- Tim Wilson Yacht Design (Inverloch, Australia)
- That's What You Get
- Think With Your Heart (website)
- Talk With You Later
- Type with You Later
- Take What You Like And Leave The Rest (used in AA & ALANON)
- That's What You Think
- Taiwan World Youth Volunteer Association
Samples in periodicals archive:
For we have not yet entered the twilight zone proper.
The Twilight Zone Tower Of Terror cements the park's white knuckle reputation.
A panel discussion will include Twilight Zone actors, George Clayton Johnson (writer of eight Twilight Zone episodes, the first episode of Star Trek, and cowriter of Ocean's Eleven and Logan's Run), and Joseph Messerli, who, at UPA studio in 1958, created the Twilight Zone logo and the galaxy of stars seen at the beginning and ending of each episode.
We now know that many organisms call the twilight zone their home.
Grayson has taken that Woody Allen-type New York humor about a self-deprecating, neurotic, talented man one step further into the twilight zone.
He did much more than just The Waltons: he produced eight scripts for The Twilight Zone, did the screenplay for Charlotte's Web, and was loved and respected for his talents.
The Twilight Zone bat cave at Chester zoo has entertained more than 1m visitors this year.