It remains to be seen if Showtime’s Twin Peaks revival will answer any of the myriad mysteries left over by the initial run two decades ago, but first things first: we have to remember what those mysteries are. Thankfully, Showtime will help us out in December, streaming the full two seasons to subscribers ahead of the 2017 return.
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.
You know that Twin Peaks score you like? Well, it’s going to come back, in style! Showtime has released an extended new teaser for the 2017 revival, showing original series composer Angelo Badalamenti back at work on that endlessly-haunting theme.
That 217-member Twin Peaks cast list left fans scratching their heads at least 200 times over, but in the case of Eddie Vedder at least, the appearance is not without purpose. The Pearl Jam frontman will contribute an original song to the 2017 revival, and you can listen right now.
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.
Robert Forster stands out among the 217 names confirmed for Showtime’s 2017 Twin Peaks revival, as both a new cast member, and potentially established role. Most reports have Forster taking over Michael Ontkean’s role as Twin Peaks sheriff Harry S. Truman, though the actor himself finally weighs in.
Showtime had a tremendous week, between sharp new developments for Homeland Season 6, adding Daniel Craig to the talent roster and setting fall premiere dates for Masters of Sex, Shameless and The Affair, but what of Twin Peaks? Well, a 2017 premiere is still in play, while we now know where in the year to expect Coop’s return, and where David Lynch is in the process.
For a revival yet to reveal a single scrap of footage, photos or plot detail, Showtime’s 2017 Twin Peaks managed to attract near everyone in Hollywood to join its expansive cast. That said, not everyone could return for David Lynch’s eternally weird murder-mystery, and it seems the passing of David Bowie denied us yet another high-profile appearance.
Mind-boggling though the reveal of Showtime’s 217-strong Twin Peaks revival cast list proved to be, fans couldn’t help zero in on those among the original series absent from the returning cast. Now, alum from Joan Chen, to Heather Graham to the backwards-speaking Michael J. Anderson explain their absence, deepening the mystery.
Hey, so remember when Showtime would only ever officially confirm Kyle MacLachlan among its Twin Peaks revival cast, despite the myriad of casting leaks over the last few months? Get ready for the opposite problem, as the official 2017 Twin Peaks cast lists off a whopping 217 members, previously unannounced, new and returning alike.