“I have no idea where this will lead us, but I have a definite feeling it will be a place both wonderful and strange.” -Agent Dale Cooper
I can’t express my excitement for Sunday’s premiere of Twin Peaks! First American Gods (one of my favorite books by Neil Gaiman premiered earlier this month), now this! Such an amazing time for television!
Via The Hollywood Reporter;
“David Lynch is making it happen again. The singular filmmaker once again firewalks among the Douglas firs in Showtime’s upcoming Twin Peaks revival, debuting Sunday. The series, co-written by Lynch and Peaks co-creator Mark Frost, comes in the form of an 18-part movie disguised as a television series, with each installment directed by Lynch himself.
Another way the revival is “just a little bit different” than most other high-profile television experiments: we know almost nothing about it, at least on a story level. At Lynch’s request, plot details about the new Twin Peaks are under strictest lock and key, so much so that crewmembers won’t be permitted to speak on the record about the revival until it finishes airing at the end of the summer. “
Full Article here.
“My husband was a logging man… he met the devil. Fire is the devil, hiding like a coward in the smoke.” – Log Lady
Who’s your favorite Twin Peaks character?