Twin Peaks Returning 25 Years After Series Was Canceled — WATCH FIRST TEASER!
“Twin Peaks” lives on.
The cult favorite ABC TV show is being brought back as a limited series on Showtime, slated to air in 2016 — 25 years after the show was canceled.
The nine new episodes will be written and produced by creators David Lynch and Mark Frost, with Lynch directing each and every installment.
The sequel will be set in the present day, continuing the storylines and mythology from the show’s original two seasons.
Lynch and Frost say in a statement, “The mysterious and special world of Twin Peaks is pulling us back. We’re very excited. May the forest be with you.”
It is not yet known whether lead actor Kyle MacLachlan (who played FBI Special Agent Dale Cooper), or other stars, are on board.
“Twin Peaks” originally premiered in 1990, and went on to win three Golden Globes and two Emmys.
The last episode aired on June 10, 1991, ending with a cliffhanger.
Check out the video announcement below!