Sky and CBS Corporation today announced a long-term pan-European licensing deal that includes both old and future episodes of Twin Peaks.
A good number of Twin Peaks fans were unknowingly introduced to the show thanks to Disney's Darkwing Duck.Watch its Twin Peaks homage here.
It's David Lynch's 70th birthday today. About time someone made a bust of the hardworking Renaissance man!
How's Annie? We might still find out, but Heather Graham says she's not reprising the role in new episodes of Twin Peaks.
In honor of the passing of David Bowie, here is Angelo Badalamenti's story about how their collaboration on “A Foggy Day (In London Town)” came about.
David Lynch is more than halfway through shooting new episodes of Twin Peaks and what David Nevins saw so far was “stupendous!”
A tribute to the most esteemed beverage in Twin Peaks, here's a video montage of over three dozen coffee references in the show.
Watch one of the most iconic Twin Peaks scenes as a 3D hologram. The result is pure magic.
Forget the confusing tweets and rumors; Audrey Horne WILL reappear in Twin Peaks!
Have you seen all of these Twin Peaks inspired artworks created in 2015? Top rated by you, the Welcome to Twin Peaks fan community.
The artwork refers to the Lady in the Radiator's earworm of a song as well as the Eraserhead baby, Spike, while its title is the very first line spoken in Twin Peaks... by Jack.
The ever-suave Ian Buchanan (Dick Tremayne) reads 'Twas The Night Before Christmas like only he can.
Duwayne Dunham, Emmy Award winner for his editing on the 1990 Twin Peaks pilot, confirms he's back in the editor's chair with David Lynch!
Images of Douglas firs in the fog. A bird's eye view of the falls. Michael Horse (Deputy Hawk) sits in front of what once was the Packard Sawmill...
James Stewart as Dale Cooper in Alfred Hitchcock's Fire Walk with Me? Mulholland Drive starring Rita Hayworth AND Grace Kelly! Charlie Chaplin's Eraserhead?!
Many things are being identified as “Lynchian” lately. This video essay explores the term that makes even David Lynch uneasy.