Jennifer Lynch confirms again and straight from David Lynch's lips that Twin Peaks is NOT coming back.
Netflix's Chief Content Officer, Ted Sarandos, is absolutely interested in bringing back Twin Peaks.
Video of the 7th Twin Peaks Q&A (4/14/2013) at USC's School of Cinematic Arts in Los Angeles.
Video of the 6th Twin Peaks Q&A (24/3/2013) at USC's School of Cinematic Arts in Los Angeles.
23 years ago today, on April 8 1990, David Lynch and Mark Frost shook up the world with the brilliant series premiere of Twin Peaks. This past weekend, David Lynch revealed that he's considering a return to the medium of TV.
A Twin Peaks Kickstarter campaign by David Lynch and Mark Frost? Yes, please! Fans are ready and willing!
Actress Catherine E. Coulson informed Welcome to Twin Peaks on Saturday of the dreadful news that her log, the actual prop carried by The Log Lady, has disappeared from its storage place.
Would you love an audiobook edition of The Secret Diary Of Laura Palmer narrated by Sheryl Lee? It only takes one simple click to express your interest and request one.
Video of the 5th Twin Peaks Q&A (10/3/2013) at USC's School of Cinematic Arts in Los Angeles.
Video of the 4th Twin Peaks Q&A (3/3/2013) at USC's School of Cinematic Arts in Los Angeles.
Video of the third Twin Peaks Q&A (2/17/2013) at USC in Los Angeles.
Video of the second Twin Peaks Q&A at the USC School of Cinematic Arts.
Introducing the Welcome to Twin Peaks project: we're inviting fans around the world to discover Twin Peaks in their own towns and cities.
Q&A from the kickoff Twin Peaks Retrospective event at the USC School of Cinematic Arts in Los Angeles on Sunday, January 27 2013.
Happy birthday, David Lynch! And it's not by chance that today is also... the 2nd anniversary of Welcome to Twin Peaks!
Remember when 2011 was a damn fine year for Twin Peaks fans? Honestly, 2012 was even better. I'll give you 12 reasons.
David Lynch was honored with the Lifetime Achievement Award for Directing? at the Camerimage Festival in Poland. Here's a video of his acceptance speech.
There's about 45 minutes of deleted scenes from Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me and if you ask Mark Frost, we're going to see them soon.