Among the writers for the original television series was a young Rod Serling, who penned the 1953 entry 'Nightmare at Ground Zero'. Serling had previously submitted scripts to the radio version, though none of them were accepted. See more »
Not a TV series. This is a youtube "radio anthology"
I saw "suspense" flipping through something else. It was listed on IMDb as a TV show so I looked up the referenced FaceBook page and found out that it is actually a YouTube series. I checked it out and found out that it was not a TV (video) production but a radio production.
I listened on YouTube to the episode "Testament." Someone who knows enough about old time radio to appreciate it fully would be able to give a better review. I knew the Captain of the ship of the episode, Vic Mignogna, from Star Trek fan fictions. The story was decent and the production seemed adequate.
If you like old time radio, give it a try. It may be your thing. The YouTube URL is https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCab7Qx12PeOV3MQbgyegirA
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