Yes, I have the complete TV series, 156 episodes and I try to watch at least one story at night.
Believe it or not, the Twilight Zone was popular with children during the late 1950s and early 1960s. I should know. I watched this TV series regularly. There was a lack of science fiction at that time. Most TV fare consisted of tame westerns and bland sitcoms.
Part of the charm of the series was the diversity of the material. Each story had a different cast with different themes. The themes ranged from regular sci/fi concerning aliens, space travel, robots, etc. to the supernatural and alternate realities that people could get trapped in.
If he told his stories a few hundred years ago, he probably would have been burned at the stake. He pioneered the concept of non-conformity "Out of The Box Thinking".
There were no zombies, vampires or slashers like Friday the 13th's Jason here. It was too intelligently done to be a gore fest.
I only saw about half the stories when it first came out.
When I've watched all the episodes , I'll put my own top ten list in this blog.
Below is one of my favourite Twilight Zone stories called "Death Ship". Please enjoy: