Here's the first trailer for the Showtime Twin Peaks revival.
26 years later, Twin Peaks still has the same population: 51,201. We're happy to see that it's still perpetually foggy, the woods are still ominous, and Kyle MacLachlan/FBI Special Agent Dale Cooper hasn't aged a single day.
The short trailer for Showtime's Twin Peaks revival, which the company's CEO, David Nevins, has described as "pure heroin David Lynch," is finally here.
"I see it as a film," Lynch said at TCA this year. "And a film in parts is what people will experience. It was a joyful experience. This word 'expect' is a magical word. People expect things, and their expectations are hopefully met when they see the thing."
Or, in the words of Log Lady, "One day my log will have something to say about this."
The 18-episode revival will have its two-hour premiere on Showtime on May 21. Immediately thereafter, the next two episodes will be available online.
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I loved Twin Peaks (except the ending), but I think reworking it now is a bad idea. Just like STAR WARS.
January 14, 2017 at 5:19AM
I don't feel too precious about it after most of Season 2 was seemingly written and directed by a bunch of drunk teenagers, but I do hope it's entertaining.
January 15, 2017 at 3:22AM, Edited January 15, 3:22AM
October 2, 2017 at 1:30AM