Twin Peaks Illustrated, a project by French graphic designer Martin Woutisseth, will première here at welcometotwinpeaks.com on 12/21! Watch a teaser video here...
Watch the video recording of Catherine E. Coulson's interview and Q&A about Twin Peaks, The Log Lady and David Lynch at Antwerp Convention 2013
The Seattle International Film Festival is honoring Kyle MacLachlan with the Award for Outstanding Achievement in Acting. This will happen during a special tribute event at the SIFF Cinema Uptown, which will include a screening of the Twin Peaks pilot, an onstage interview and a Q&A with the actor.
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.
Diane's Lament, a Twin Peaks fan song about the huge hypothetical and unrequited crush that Diane has on Special Agent Dale Cooper.
Watch the Twin Peaks homage in Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated, including Michael J. Anderson's cameo as a little dancing man.
Catherine E. Coulson aka The Log Lady will be attending Antwerp Convention in Belgium this weekend and give a talk on working with David Lynch.
Purgatory, a Twin Peaks and The Shining mashup by Jared Lyon in which The Red Room and Room 237 meet.
Bugsy Monroe created a spinning pole choreography to the Twin Peaks soundtrack. Watch her pole dancing in this video.
Video of the 7th Twin Peaks Q&A (4/14/2013) at USC's School of Cinematic Arts in Los Angeles.
Twin Peaks Series Retrospective Q&A: Kimmy Robertson, Robyn Lively, Kenneth Welsh, Wendy Robie, Caleb Deschanel, Mary Jo Deschanel & Jonathan P. Shaw (Video)
Video of the 6th Twin Peaks Q&A (24/3/2013) at USC's School of Cinematic Arts in Los Angeles.
Terror Factory in Osaka, Japan is hosting BLACK LODGE - TWIN PEAKS 23th (sic) Anniversary Exhibition in their t-shirt shop from April 27 through May 12, 2013.
Damn Fine Coffee, an artistic tribute to Twin Peaks by nearly 50 artists. From June 8 through 21 2013 at Meltdown Comics, L.A..
David Lynch says Twin Peaks is a real place: "All the characters are real. And the place is real."
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.