- Production Posse: Ira Steven Behr was the executive producer and showrunner of both this series and Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. Seven writers (Behr himself, Hans Beimler, Robert Hewitt Wolfe, Bradley Thompson, David Weddle, James Crocker and Frederick Rappaport) and four directors (Jonathan Frakes, Winrich Kolbe, Allan Kroeker and John T. Kretchmer) worked on both series.
- Playing Against Type: In "Burned" Jason Bateman, who usually plays a Nice Guy or a Jerk with a Heart of Gold in comedies, plays a Smug Snake Corrupt Corporate Executive with absolutely no humorous or redeeming qualities.
- Real-Life Relative: In "It's Still a Good Life", the sequel episode to the classic series episode, "It's a Good Life", an adult Anthony Fremont gains a daughter named Audrey, who is played by Bill Mumy's real life daughter, Liliana Mumy.
- Recycled Script:
- Sequel Gap: "It's Still a Good Life" was produced more than 41 years after "It's a Good Life", making it possibly the longest gap between the original episode and its sequel in television history.
Trivia / The Twilight Zone (2002)