The new teaser for Showtime’s Twin Peaks limited series offers us our first glimpse of the late Miguel Ferrer reprising his role as Agent Albert Rosenfield (sitting at a desk with FBI Regional Bureau Chief Gordon Cole (David Lynch).
Twin Peaks’s two-hour premiere is on Sunday, May 21st (9/8C).
The first original teaser for Showtime’s limited series Twin Peaks gave us glimpses of parts of the town.
Now, reunite with some familiar faces 25 years later including Big Ed Hurley (Everett McGill), Carl Rodd (Harry Dean Stanton), Sarah Palmer (Grace Zabriskie), Deputy Andy Brennan (Harry Goaz), Deputy Tommy “Hawk” Hill (Michael Horse), and FBI Special Agent Dale Cooper (Kyle MacLachlan).
TWIN PEAKS, the 18-hour limited event series will debut with a two-hour premiere on Sunday, May 21 (9/8C).
The new teaser for Showtime’s Twin Peaks is a series of shots of places both familiar and not around the town of Twin Peaks – plus two quick shots involved a red Curtain and a man striding through a rain puddle.
The good news that you already know, of course, is that Twin Peaks returns in 2017. The good news that makes that good news even better is that Agent Cooper’s boss (and friend), FBI Regional Bureau Chief Gordon Cole (David Lynch) will be back – as seen in a very Gordon teaser.
Brace yourselves, Peakers, Showtime has released the names of the complete cast of David Lynch’s Twin Peaks Reboot. If you look closely at the list, you’ll note one cause for extra joy – Lynch is listed among the cast members (GORDON IS BACK!).
Pretty much all of the original cast is back – even the late Catherine Coulson as the Log Lady filmed scenes before her death last year.
But here’s the kicker – the full cast numbers 217! From returning stars David Duchovny, Sherilyn Fenn, Mädchen Amick and Laura Palmer herself, Sheryl Lee, to newbies, Amanda Seyfried, Laura Dern, Ernie Hudson and more, the full cast list (original cast marked by asterisks) lies just beyond the jump. Check it out.
In the series finale of Twin Peaks, Laura Palmer told Agent Cooper that she’d see him in twenty-five years. The scene took place in the show’s dream state red room, leaving it open for interpretation, but after the jump you can find a link to a new teaser trailer that shows you it was indeed prophetic.
Twin Peaks is returning to television – on Showtime.
The mid-season finale of Psych [Wednesday, USA, 10/9C] begins with an e-mail alerting Shawn and Gus to a ‘cinnamon festival’ in the small [so small it’s in parentheses on the computer map they check] town of Dual Spires. The guys immediately set off [they do love their cinnamon] – and find themselves in the strangest little town they’ve ever visited. Then, a plastic-wrapped dead girl turns up. The dead girl is Paula Merral, niece of the owners of The Sawmill Café – and we cut to the opening credits and… Julee Cruise singing an Angelo Badalamenti-like arrangement of the Psych theme.