Looking forward to revisting Twin Peaks after 25 years.
It.s been said that this 9 episode limited series will wrap up the original story but I have a feeling that their might be more skeletons in the closet of this sleepy little town that will lead to something more.
Twin Peaks will return, fulfilling Laura Palmer's 25-year prophecy
In one of the final scenes of the iconic 1990s television drama Twin Peaks, the murdered American schoolgirl Laura Palmer said: "I will see you again in 25 years."
In one of those deals that only Hollywood could do, she is poised to make good on that promise.
Twin Peaks, which aired for only two seasons in 1990 and 1991, is returning as a "limited series" for the US cable channel Showtime.
David Lynch and Kyle MacLachlan on the set of Twin Peaks.
The channel has commissioned nine one-hour episodes of a new series, picking up events in the present day, more than two decades after the events of the original series.
Advertisement Twin Peaks, created by David Lynch and Mark Frost, was a surreal crime thriller set in a small, picturesque American town, ripped apart when the community's much-loved girl next door Laura Palmer (Sheryl Lee) was found dead, wrapped in plastic, on a riverbank.
It was an instant success, driven by a global marketing campaign which asked the question: Who killed Laura Palmer?
The series also starred Kyle MacLachlan as FBI Special Agent Dale Cooper, the coffee-loving investigator who is tasked with finding Laura Palmer's killer, Michael Ontkean as the town's sheriff, Harry S. Truman, and Peggy Lipton, as Norma Jennings, the owner of the Double-R Diner.
Fans of the series were teased over the weekend by simultaneous tweets from Lynch and Frost, referencing two famous quotes from the show.
"That gum you like is going to come back in style," they both tweeted, accompanied by the hashtag "#damngoodcoffee".
Kyle MacLachlan as FBI Special Agent Dale Cooper and Michael Ontkean as the town's sheriff, Harry S. Truman.
The internet went into overdrive, speculating that either the series might return or the pair was collaborating on a Twin Peaks-related project.
A trailer was unveiled featuring a glimpse of schoolgirl Laura Palmer, the words "25 Years Later" and then "2016".
Kyle MacLachlan tweeted "Better fire up that percolater and find my black suit
#Twinpeaks" leading fans to believe that we'll see Special Agent Dale Cooper but other returning original cast members have yet to be revealed.
One thing is for sure, it'll be one hell of a ride
Happy endings are just stories that haven't finished yet...