Why Showtime didn’t see fit to release a new teaser with word of Twin Peaks’ May premiere is anyone’s guess (that David Lynch always was a wily one), but nonetheless, we have a bigger question: How’s Annie? We may find out, as the newest Showtime Twin Peaks teaser finally reintroduces us to Agent Cooper!
Twin Peaks fans finally had their prayers answers with word that not one, but as many as four new episodes would premiere on May 21, to say nothing of the confirmed 18-episode order. Now, Showtime and David Lynch address if said 18 will prove the last of Twin Peaks, when we might expect a trailer, and what role the prequel Fire Walk With Me might play.
It’s been a long time coming, and opaque even for David Lynch, but Twin Peaks is finally ready to pour a new cup of coffee. The revived mystery-thriller has at long last confirmed a two-hour May premiere, along with an episode order.
Portlandia never fails to bring with it a treasury of comedy stars, and Season 7 is no exception. Ahead of a January 2017 premiere, Fred and Carrie are adding to their weird world everyone from Broad City stars to the B-52's, while Kyle MacLachlan and more book their returns.
Showtime’s Twin Peaks revival is still keeping its mystery intact, not telling fans exactly how much to expect, or even when, but some fresh coffee is finally brewing. Go behind the scenes of the 2017 premiere with first looks at a number of returning cast, as well as some new faces.
The moment Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. started hinting Season 4 might introduce Ghost Rider, fans were quick to remember the comic connection between Robbie Reyes and Daisy Johnson’s father. Some even hoped Season 4 might return Kyle MacLachlan’s Cal as such, but producers now confirm Ghost Rider’s origin has been tweaked.
Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. opting to include an iteration of Ghost Rider in Season 4 opens any number of doors for new Marvel characters, but comic fans may also have picked up on Robbie Reyes’ connection to Daisy Johnson’s father, played in Season 2 by Kyle MacLachlan. Agents bosses have their own spin on the new Ghost Rider’s origin, but will we see Daisy’s dad return this year?
Showtime’s Twin Peaks revival has frustrated anxious fans with some initial hiccups or an ever-uncertain schedule, and like the series itself, only more mystery lies in store. The network thinks they have Twin Peaks down to a mid-2017 premiere, but David Lynch’s “fluid” process makes an exact episode count difficult to pin down.
Showtime’s Twin Peaks has given us a bit of whiplash in its development, but may finally zero in on a 2017 premiere. According to network heads, David Lynch has gotten halfway through production, with an eye to air sometime before summer 2017.
Showtime may be keeping secrets on its Twin Peaks revival, but even the original series managed to hide the famous Diane that Kyle MacLachlan’s Coop seemed to always record messages for. Now, the obscure figure may finally step into the light, as Laura Dern joins the series for a major role.