Thursday TV: Lost in ‘The Twilight Zone’

One of the TV highlights of New Year’s has nothing to do with a Rockin’ Eve and everything to do with Rod Serling’s groundbreaking series from the 1960s. “The Twilight Zone” (Syfy, 2 a.m.) begins its annual 48-hour marathon late tonight. It caps a year so strange it may have eclipsed anything Serling may have come up with. But it also gives a good excuse to stay inside through the holiday (and latest COVID spike).

From Germany comes “Kitz” (Netflix, streaming) about a teen stuck amount decadent Munich residents at an Austrian ski resort in Kitzbühel. 

 “Hilda and the Mountain King” (Netflix, streaming) is a movie version of the two season animated series based on Luke Pearson’s comic. 

Another review of the past 12 months comes in “All the Best All the Worst 2021” (CNN, 9 p.m.). 

A second season comes for “Shadow Lines” (Sundance Now, streaming), the Finnish spy thriller set in the 1950s. Also back for a second season is the conspiracy drama “The Accidental Wolf” (Topic, streaming) with Kelli O’Hara. 

“Frozen” (ABC, 8 p.m.) is on broadcast TV tonight, if you like watching it with commercials. 

Robert Irvine helps a German restaurant in San Diego on “Restaurant: Impossible” (Food, 8 p.m.).

“Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles” (Bravo, 8 p.m.) has a listing in Aspen.

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