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* GenreAnthology: Each episode is a different ScienceFiction (Seasons 1-3) or horror (Season 4) story. For the first three seasons, they were mostly [[LiveActionAdaptation live-action adaptations]] of existing [[ShortStory short fiction stories]]. The fourth season was mostly original stories.


* LiveActionAdaptation: For the first three seasons, the majority of episodes are adaptations of existing [[ShortStory short fiction stories]].

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* LiveActionAdaptation: For the first three seasons, the majority of episodes are adaptations of existing [[ShortStory short fiction stories]].stories]].

* SpiritualSuccessor: To ''Series/OutOfThisWorld1962'', which had the same sci-fi adaptation anthology concept, and was also created by Irene Shubik, albeit for a different channel.

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Its producer for the first two seasons was Irene Shubik, who had previously created the similar series ''Series/OutOfThisWorld1962'' for the [[Creator/ThamesTelevision Associated British Corporation]].


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* LiveActionAdaptation: For the first three seasons, the majority of episodes are adaptations of existing [[ShortStory short fiction stories]].


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{{Creator/BBC}}2 Sci-Fi/horror series that ran for four series between 1965 and 1971. For the first three seasons, each episode was a dramatization of a science fiction short story: some were original stories writted for the show, but most were adaptations of existing stories. For the fourth season, the show moved away from sci-fi towards horror, following a change of producer. Most episodes were now original stories rather than adaptations.

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{{BBC}}2 {{Creator/BBC}}2 Sci-Fi/horror series that ran for four series between 1965 and 1971. For the first three seasons, each episode was a dramatization of a science fiction short story: some were original stories writted for the show, but most were adaptations of existing stories. For the fourth season, the show moved away from sci-fi towards horror, following a change of producer. Most episodes were now original stories rather than adaptations.


{{BBC}}2 Sci-Fi/horror series that ran for four series between 1965 and 1971. For the first three seasons, each episode was a dramatization of a science fiction short story: some were original stories writted for the show, but most were adaptations of existing stories. For the fourth season, the show moved away from sci-fi towards horror, following a change of producer.

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{{BBC}}2 Sci-Fi/horror series that ran for four series between 1965 and 1971. For the first three seasons, each episode was a dramatization of a science fiction short story: some were original stories writted for the show, but most were adaptations of existing stories. For the fourth season, the show moved away from sci-fi towards horror, following a change of producer. Most episodes were now original stories rather than adaptations.


{{BBC}}2 Sci-Fi/horror series that ran for four series between 1965 and 1971. For the first three seasons, each episode was a dramatization of a science fiction short story: some were original stories writted for the show, but most were adaptations of existing stories.

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{{BBC}}2 Sci-Fi/horror series that ran for four series between 1965 and 1971. For the first three seasons, each episode was a dramatization of a science fiction short story: some were original stories writted for the show, but most were adaptations of existing stories. For the fourth season, the show moved away from sci-fi towards horror, following a change of producer.


{{BBC}}2 Sci-Fi series that ran for four series between 1965 and 1971. Each episode was a dramatization of a science fiction short story: some were original stories writted for the show, but most were adaptations of existing stories.

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{{BBC}}2 Sci-Fi Sci-Fi/horror series that ran for four series between 1965 and 1971. Each For the first three seasons, each episode was a dramatization of a science fiction short story: some were original stories writted for the show, but most were adaptations of existing stories.

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{{BBC}}2 Sci-Fi series that ran for four series between 1965 and 1971. Each episode was a dramatization of a science fiction short story: some were original stories writted for the show, but most were adaptations of existing stories.

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