Twin Peaks Teaser Art is Black as Midnight on a Moonless Night


Check out new Twin Peaks teaser art.

Showtime pours a damn fine cup of Twin Peaks teaser art

“I’ll see you again in 25 years,” Laura Palmer told Agent Dale Cooper in a dream.

Now, nearly a quarter of a century after the series went off the air, Showtime is gearing up for a return to “Twin Peaks.” As part of the network’s TCA (Television Critics Association) panel, Showtime released a new piece of Twin Peaks teaser art that you can check out in full in the gallery viewer below.  

Showtime confirmed that production on the new “Twin Peaks” will begin this fall with the new episodes slated to air in 2016.

“Shooting starts in September,” the official Showtime Twitter account posted. “The donut truck is loaded late August. A coffee cup will indeed come through a window.”

“[G]oing back to visit Dale Cooper again is very exciting,” McLachlan told in a interview earlier this year. “He’s one of the great characters.”

Series co-creators Mark Frost and David Lynch are returning for the revival with Lynch set to direct all the episodes. Plans originally called for nine installments, but a recent update suggests that we’ll be getting even more new “Twin Peaks.”

“This damn fine cup of coffee from Mark and David tastes more delicious than ever,” said Showtime President David Nevins. “Totally worth the extra brewing time and the cup is even bigger than we expected. David will direct the whole thing which will total more than the originally announced nine hours.”

“Twin Peaks” followed the inhabitants of a quaint northwestern town who were stunned after their homecoming queen Laura Palmer (Sheryl Lee) is shockingly murdered. The town’s sheriff welcomed the help of FBI agent Dale Cooper (Kyle MacLachlan), who came to town to investigate the case. As Cooper conducted his search for Laura’s killer, the town’s secrets were gradually exposed. The mystery that ensued set off an eerie chain of events that plunged the inhabitants of Twin Peaks into a darker examination of their very existence. Twenty-five years later, the story continues…

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