Twenty-Five Years Later… Twin Peaks Is Back In 2016 On Showtime (Updated)


Well, they did promise.



David Lynch and Mark Frost are bringing back their television series Twin Peaks as a nine-part limited series on Showtime. The show will go into production in 2015 and air in 2016, 25 years from when the show ended its run on ABC. Lynch and Frost will write and produce and Lynch will direct all nine episodes.

The show will be set in modern day and will continue the lore of the original series with the creators promising answers and a satisfying conclusion. Its unknown how many of the original characters will return but rumor has it Kyle MacLachlan will reprise his role as FBI Agent Dale Cooper.

Prior to the airing of the new series, Showtime will air the first two seasons owned by parent CBS Corp.

[Source: Deadline]

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