Rod Serling returns to anthology television as the host of Night Gallery, a three-season show where each story revolves around a mysterious and ominous painting hanging in an empty gallery. Mr. Serling provides the opening and closing narration to these stories, typically tales of horror and the supernatural. During the first season, the hour-long series features several shorter stories, some of which are comedic blackout sketches. The show was subsequently cut down to a half-hour, and in syndication was mixed with episodes of the TV series The Sixth Sense.
|Ratings:||TVMaze: No Rating|
|Released:||November 8, 1969|
|Genres:||Drama Horror Supernatural|
|Crew:||Paul Freeman Jack Laird Charles S. Thompson Bud Westmore Larry Germain Gil Melle Ralph Sariego Grady Hunt Joseph Alves Jr. Robert Prince Burt Astor Jack Doran James D. Ballas Jean-Jacques Berthelot David H. Moriarty Wayne Fitzgerald James M. Walters Les Berke John M. Dwyer Larry D. Lester Chester R. Bayhi Jean J. Berthelot Roger A. Parish James R. Alexander Richard C. Glouner Robert Gilmore Bud Hoffman James Leicester Thomas J. Wright Herbert Wright Rod Serling Frank Skinner Robert Watts Richard Belding Anthony Redman Charles Straumer William Margulies Lionel Lindon Phil Bandierle Logan Elston Bill Jobe|