In this exclusive audio interview, SHOCK talks to Anne Serling about her father Rod Serling and his landmark TV show THE TWILIGHT ZONE.
Anne Serling is the youngest daughter of maverick television writer and visionary Rod Serling, creator of the greatest series the small screen has ever seen or will ever see, THE TWILIGHT ZONE.
And though her beloved father passed 40 years ago (June 28th, 1975 to be exact), Anne took many years to process her grief as well as her feelings about her dad’s life and work, the result of which was her haunting memoir AS I KNEW HIM: MY DAD, ROD SERLING. Released in 2013 and still selling briskly, the critically acclaimed book collects Anne’s memories of her gentle father as well as unearthed letters from her grandparents to her dad while he was fighting in WWII, an experience that scarred him both emotionally and physically and hard-wired his deep, abiding sense of morality, justice and unshakable melancholy, all elements that marked the best of THE TWILIGHT ZONE.
Here, in this exclusive audio interview, SHOCK editor Chris Alexander talks to Anne about her father, her book and her reflections on the dark fantasy entertainment that changed, and continues to change, the world.
To connect with Anne Serling and read more about AS I KNEW HIM, visit her OFFICIAL SITE.
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