David Lynch Resurrects “Twin Peaks” for 2016

Limited Nine Episode Airing On Showtime

Oct 06, 2014
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Twin Peaks, one of the most influential cult television programs of '90s, is being brought back for a limited nine episode run in 2016. David Lynch, who set to write and produce with co-creator Mark Frost, will direct all the episodes.  The announcement came earlier today from Lynch's Twitter account, writing "it is happening again," and linking to a teaser trailer.

The new season is revealed to take place in present day and continue storylines established years ago, reflecting how time has affected the show's key players. As part of the deal, Showtime will lead up to the 2016 premiere with rerun episodes from the series’ first two seasons.

In an interview with Variety Frost says, "I always felt that in Twin Peaks we were more or less filming a novel - drilling down to a level of detail you weren't used to seeing in network storytelling. Over the years a lot of people have credited us with inspiring them to think differently in how to tell stories. Now that we're doing (the show) again, I'm happy to come back and get in on the action."

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