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First Official Behind The Scenes Look At The New Twin Peaks With Kyle MacLachlan As Dale Cooper, Jim Belushi, Robert Knepper And Many Others

See Miguel Ferrer, Kyle MacLachlan, Harry Goaz, Kimmy Robertson, Dana Ashbrook, Amy Shiels, Jim Belushi, James Marshall, Robert Knepper, and Chrysta Bell talk about their experiences on the set of the new Twin Peaks!
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Behind the scenes of the new Twin Peaks, coming to Showtime in 2017

David Lynch and Mark Frost called me and said, 'There's something happening here.' —Kyle MacLachlan Click to Tweet

When two separate events occur simultaneously pertaining to the same object of inquiry, we must always pay strict attention!

Mark Frost’s Twin Peaks novel hits the shelves in the U.S. today and Showtime finally released their ‘for press only’ TCA teaser to the public. See Miguel Ferrer, Kyle MacLachlan, Harry Goaz, Kimmy Robertson, Dana Ashbrook, Amy Shiels, Jim Belushi, James Marshall, Robert Knepper, and Chrysta Bell talk about their experiences on the set and their take on the new Twin Peaks!

'There are SO MANY surprises in this show!' —Robert Knepper Click to Tweet

Surprised to see some of these new cast members in the video? Check out the official Twin Peaks cast list.

The music you hear in this Twin Peaks teaser, “Last Rites” by Dark Arts, has been added to the Nighttime at the Roadhouse playlist.

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What's your response to this?


  1. TPFan says:

    Oh yeah baby!

  2. Rob B. says:

    I’m always amazed by how the cast members all seem to really love the work they have done on Twin Peaks. The idea that a short little show (only 30 episodes, remember) from 25 years ago had such an impact on them that they all wanted to come back really says something both about what they did and what they are doing.

    Shifting gears here: does anyone know whether or not the new season will be available via Amazon? I’d much rather purchase it there than subscribe to Showtime and get a lot of things I won’t watch. Thanks!

  3. Michael A Williams says:

    Bob B.

    I have no inside info, but knowing how this things normally operate, Showtime will have exclusive rights for first time showing. Maybe Hulu will pay Showtime to present each episode a few days after they first air. Eventually, other venues will pay to present it. At some point, after all episodes are shown on Showtime, it will be released on DVD and can be purchased on Amazon.

    We’ll find out how it all shakes out next year!

    • Rob B. says:

      Thanks, Michael! I hope that I’ll be able to get it on Amazon Streaming a day or two afterwards, like I do with Alaska The Last Frontier. My lady wife isn’t interested in TP (I’m hoping to convert her at some point), so it will be something I can watch on my own time…

  4. DickTremayne says:

    Still cannot really believe or process that Twin Peaks is back.
    Not only will the show be great but all other stuff around it, the soundtrack release, new blu-ray set and merchandise will be spectacular.
    I also like how Frost´s book will lead up to the stories in the new series.

  5. zen guerrilla says:

    just picked up the hardcover edition of ‘the secret history of twin peaks’ today (i work at barnes & noble), and seeing this teaser had my whole epidermis covered in goosebumps! now, time to pour myself a damn fine cup of coffee, and begin reading the book!! what a glorious day!!!

    • Rob B. says:

      Is that cup of coffee hot, Zen? 🙂

      • zen guerrilla says:

        actually, i am a bit remiss to say that it was not. while i do love a good cup of hot coffee, especially in the wintry months, i am terribly addicted to cold brew (no water added, just a bit of ice), and drink my coffee iced, 99 out of 100 times.

        • Rob B. says:

          I understand completely. I love iced coffee myself. I just hope that Starbucks never infiltrated Twin Peaks…

          • zen guerrilla says:

            bob forbid, a starbucks in twin peaks, never! even though the cold brew we make in barnes & noble is very good, my favorite comes from the local mom & pop shop just 2 blocks from where i live, the treehouse coffee shop, in audubon, nj.

  6. Kk says:

    The book is a wonderful gift….the amount of research and time that went into folding t.p. into real conspiracy and history. ….wow. Living in Issaquah,and being a conspiracy buff and rabid t.p. fan just came together in the most delicious way. Thank you Mark Frost. Anyone who isn’t sure about the historic events in the book should look.this.stuff.up. Esp. the Hanford site. ..sadly,the saga continues to this day.

  7. Andrew Dicks says:

    South Africa cannot wait

  8. Dane says:

    I have just finished the Audio book for the second time. I really think there are some clues to be found. Especially Denver Bob, The Walking Owl and LPA.

  9. Wayne Elmore says:

    cant wait to have that damn fine cup of coffee and cherry pie that’ll kill ya when the New Season starts…..i’m really looking forward to it!

  10. As a (damned) Yankee Druidess living with hubby on one fixed income in the Appalachian Bible Belt, I am obliged to postpone my return to Twin Peaks until we can escape from the Black Lodge. But we eagerly look forward to returning, and I send our thanks and blessings to cast and crew, and to all the fans who kept the memory (and thus, the soul of this little world) alive.

    In the meantime, hubby and I plan on enjoying many damn fine cups of coffee and delicious slices of cherry pie, while cherishing the thought that Laura Palmer *LIVES*!

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