After a couple of vague yet enticing tweets from co-creators David Lynch and Mark Frost last week, our dreams have at last come true.
Dear Twitter Friends: That gum you like is going to come back in style! #damngoodcoffee— David Lynch (@DAVID_LYNCH) October 3, 2014
Dear Twitter Friends: That gum you like is going to come back in style. #damngoodcoffee— Mark Frost (@mfrost11) October 3, 2014
It should be noted that our dreams look a lot like this:
It was announced today that, to mark the 25th anniversary of the series’ end, Twin Peaks will return for a limited, nine-episode run on Showtime to premiere in 2016.
According to Deadline’s Nellie Andreeva:
I hear the new Twin Peaks will be set in the present day, more than two decades after the events in the first two seasons. It is expected to continue the lore and story of the original series, with Lynch and Frost committed to providing long-awaited answers and, hopefully, a satisfying conclusion to the series. It is unclear which actors from the original series will be featured in the followup. Rumor is that star Kyle MacLachlan would be back, likely reprising his role as FBI Agent Dale Cooper who was at the center of the show. The ABC series also featured some of Lynch’s favorite character actors, and it is likely that at least some of them will return.
Showtime released its own video announcement, which made my entire lower half of my body suck up into itself in excitement and creepy glee.