David Lynch is returning to helm the Twin Peaks revival! And not only that but apparently there will be more than the nine-episode order we had already been told was coming.
Apparently the heart of the disagreement that had earlier threatened production is that Lynch wanted more resources to tell the story the way he felt it needed to be told. Which is totally understandable. Twin Peaks is his baby, always had been. Nobody else could pull off the mystery, the tension, the flat-out weirdness that has made this show so consistently beloved and admired over the past two decades. Twin Peaks never got the full resolution it deserved. But next year, thanks to Showtime, we'll be getting that.
The show is still on for the summer of 2016. It will air exactly one-quarter of a century after the final episode of its broadcast run in 1991. Right on time for, as dream-Laura told Dale:
Speaking of 25 years, how has the cast fared all of this time? Based on this video that Madchen Amick (who played Shelly Johnson) posted... they look downright great! I think this is everyone except Kyle MacLachlan and Ray Wise (we know MacLachlan will be back as Dale Cooper, and Ray Wise's character is dead), Jack Nance died under mysterious circumstances (no joke) so Pete can't return, and Frank Sylva (Killer BOB) passed away from illness. Otherwise it looks like the whole gang did this clip:
This is looking better than I originally imagined. Wonder if the cherry pie is as good as ever...