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David Lynch's quirky paranormal series is back with a new cast promo for Twin Peaks.
David Lynch’s long-awaited Twin Peaks revival is a mystery, wrapped in an enigma, wrapped in a cup of coffee and some cherry pie. Luckily for us, Showtime execs did drop a bit of intel at the recent TCA press tour.
All 217 of them!
The much-anticipated Twin Peaks revival has cast actors Naomi Watts and Tom Sizemore.
Longtime David Lynch favorite Laura Dern may join the Twin Peaks revival in a role fans are familiar with -- sort of.
An original cast member is back alongside Kyle MacLachlan's FBI Agent Dale Cooper.
We won't see Twin Peaks until 2017, but we finally have the first teaser.
While we wait for David Lynch’s Twin Peaks revival to finally arrive in 2017, we can take a look back to a 1990s sequel the famed director created to help sell some coffee In Japan.
The new Twin Peaks should have nine episodes--more or less.
In the words of the Man From Another Place, I've got good news.
It's pretty obvious to every fan out there that Twin Peaks without David Lynch will never really be Twin Peaks. So, cast members are taking matters into their own hands.
Yes, it's true: David Lynch announced on Sunday via posts on Twitter and Facebook that he was dropping out of Showtime's planned revival of Twin Peaks.
FBI Agent Dale Cooper’s return to the weird town of Twin Peaks and the site of Laura Palmer's murder — 25 years after the original series ended — may not go as smoothly as planned.
The new season of Twin Peaks that's coming to Showtime just got a lot more interesting than it already was.