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Russia Gets New Twin Peaks On Both Free-To-Air And Premium Channels, Plus Dubbed Original Series In HD

In Russia, Twin Peaks will air for free on TV-3 with a 24-hour delay, and on Amedia in simulcast with Showtime.
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Starting May 22nd, Russian’s free-to-air broadcaster TV-3 will show the new Twin Peaks 24 hours after it airs in the U.S. For less patient fans, Amedia TV’s online platform, Amediateka, will have every part without any delay, in sync with Showtime’s release schedule in the U.S.

THR reports that as of April 15, the original two seasons will be available on Amediateka in a new dubbed and HD-quality version for the first time officially in Russia.

Amediateka’s Twin Peaks Promo

…is something else!

Bonus: Russian Twin Peaks skit from 2002

with Vladimir Putin as Agent Puper. From the comedy show Kukly.

Founder and curator of Welcome to Twin Peaks since 2011. Bobsessed since March 1991.

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  1. Epitaph says:

    wtf? Is that Vladimir Cooper?

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