From 1981: TALES OF TOMORROW: INVADERS AT GROUND ZERO.
I was browsing the SF paperback section of my local secondhand book store recently when this caught my eye thanks to its totally STAR AGE cover: apparently a thinly veiled mash-up of THE INVADERS and BATTLESTAR GALACTICA.
The book is pretty battered but that just added to the nostalgic appeal.
I'd say this was pretty opportunistic stuff as the "classic TV series" was ancient even then. It was a science fiction anthology that aired live (!) on the fledgling ABC TV network for 85 outings between 1951 and 1953. No doubt pioneering (it included adaptations of the work of genre greats like Arthur C. Clarke), I still very much doubt it evoked the post STAR WARS vibe of the Star Age.
The back cover teases its imminant return to telly. That never happened but the TV genre anthology did stage a comeback in the 1980s with revivals of THE TWILIGHT ZONE and ALFRED HITCHCOCK PRESENTS as well as newbies like AMAZING STORIES, MONSTERS, FREDDY'S NIGHTMARES, TALES FROM THE CRYPT (previously adapted for film) and others. THE OUTER LIMITS had to wait for the post X-FILES supernatural boom for its moment to shine again.