Posted on Tuesday, October 18th, 2016 by Jacob Hall
I won’t be convinced that Twin Peaks season 3 actually exists until the closing credits roll on the first episode sometime next year. Until that happens, the return of one of television’s most beloved and most frustrating shows is purely theoretical. Not even this new featurette, which features members of the original cast and a few newcomers discussing what it’s like to return to that bizarre small town, has me certain about this.
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There is a lot of anticipation regarding the return of Twin Peaks in 2017. Not only does the series follow-up coming to Showtime mark the first major directorial effort in 10 years from David Lynch, but it’s also reviving one of the most revered cult classic shows of all time, with a crazy roster of talent on board. Now a new Twin Peaks teaser just raises more questions while confirming a new detail about the series. Read More »
Posted on Thursday, August 11th, 2016 by Fred Topel
Near the beginning of his introduction to the Television Critics Association, Showtime Networks Inc. President and CEO David Nevins was discussing episode counts for his original series. Of the upcoming Twin Peaks, he said, “We don’t even know for sure how many episodes there will be.”
Showtime had a little bit to share with the TCA from 2017’s Twin Peaks return. A clip package featured actors behind the scenes describing vaguely how surprising and true to the original series it is, but no footage. We did see them unveil the old “Welcome to Twin Peaks” sign, and a group of suits led by James Marshall walking down the street. Read More »
Showtime‘s revival of Twin Peaks has been filming under an impenetrable veil of secrecy. Anyone who knows what’s going on with it isn’t talking and for all we know, those who came close to getting chatty were met with a mysterious “accident.” Even all of the casting news that has been steadily arriving over the past year has been met with total silence. Beyond original series creators David Lynch and Mark Frost writing the new season and Lynch directing every episode, almost nothing has been confirmed. Even the first trailer didn’t tell us anything.
And now production on the new batch of episodes has wrapped and Showtime has unleashed the full cast list…and it is a doozy. There are 217 names on this list, a combination of original Twin Peaks cast members and newcomers, movie stars and character actors, people who feel like they’d fit perfectly into Lynch and Frost’s crazy world and people who feel like they won’t work at all (which means they’re probably perfect for it).
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Posted on Monday, February 15th, 2016 by Jacob Hall
J.J. Abrams’ patented “Mystery Box” has nothing on whatever black magic David Lynch and Mark Frost are utilizing as they shoot the third season of Twin Peaks. The revival of the beloved supernatural drama series has been shooting for some time now and has been adding new and returning cast members with borderline alarming frequency, but we know next to nothing about what this series is about or how it will continue the cliffhanger season finale. Even the first trailer was entirely vague.
But we do know that Ashely Judd is in the mix now, playing… who knows? What? Did you expect this particular slice of casting news to come equipped with information of any kind?
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Posted on Tuesday, February 2nd, 2016 by Jacob Hall
The new season of Twin Peaks is supposedly filming right now, but you wouldn’t know it. There is a dearth of solid information out there about Showtime‘s upcoming resurrection of David Lynch and Mark Frost‘s iconic series and the network has steadfastly refused to comment on the various cast members, old and new, who have reportedly joined the production. Laura Dern, Robert Knepper, Balthazar Getty, Amanda Seyfried, and Jennifer Jason Leigh have all reportedly been added to the cast, alongside original series stars Kyle MacLachlan, Sheryl Lee, Miguel Ferrer and Sherilyn Fenn, but only MacLachlan has been officially and publicly confirmed to be involved.
And now we have a new name to ponder as Lynch and Frost toil away in secret: Naomi Watts, a newcomer to the world of Twin Peaks but a veteran of Lynch’s special blend of weirdness.
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Posted on Friday, December 18th, 2015 by Angie Han
One of the most hotly anticipated shows of 2016 became one of the most hotly anticipated shows of 2017 when Showtime announced they were pushing back the Twin Peaks revival. But lest you worry this means the new episodes aren’t happening at all, the network has released a tiny little Twin Peaks trailer showing off the series’ gorgeous Pacific Northwest setting and its deliciously creepy vibe.
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Posted on Friday, November 6th, 2015 by Jacob Hall
We’ve reached the point where things you used to love back in the day getting a big second chance have become commonplace. Oh, a Star Wars movie that seems to evoke the original trilogy? That’s nice. Six new hours of The X-Files? That’s good. Nothing is ever dead anymore – it’s just taking a little nap before it’s roused from its slumber, given a new coat of paint, and asked to win over the fans and attract new admirers. With all of that said: holy crap, Showtime is releasing a new season of Twin Peaks and David Lynch is directing it and everything! How’d that happen?
Anyway, the latest news to emerge from the ultra-secretive Twin Peaks camp is that Miguel Ferrer, who played FBI Agent Albert Rosenfeld in the original series, is set to return for the new batch of a episodes.
For more on the Twin Peaks Miguel Ferrer casting, hit the jump.
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Posted on Wednesday, November 4th, 2015 by Angie Han
It takes time to brew a damn fine cup of coffee, apparently. David Lynch‘s Twin Peaks limited series is now slated to premiere in 2017, rather than 2016 as previously expected. Les Moonves, president and CEO of CBS Corporation (which owns Showtime), confirmed the Twin Peaks delay this week. More about the Twin Peaks 2017 release after the jump. Read More »
Posted on Thursday, October 29th, 2015 by Angie Han
Twin Peaks just keeps getting more crowded. Jennifer Jason Leigh will appear in Showtime’s David Lynch revival, along with returning stars Kyle MacLachlan and Sheryl Lee, and new stars Balthazar Getty, Amanda Seyfried, Peter Sarsgaard, and Robert Knepper. In addition, there’s word Lynch wants to bring on Mulholland Drive star Naomi Watts. Read More »