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Twin Peaks Footage Rolling In: So Singular, Showtime Boss Says

After months of tempestuous backstage drama and secrecy, David Lynch s Twin Peaks is finally going to see the light of day in early 2017, Showtime executives say. And the early footage is rolling in. Its so singular, Showtime programming chief Gary Levine told reporters Thursday at the Television Critics Association TV press tour in Beverly Hills. We cant wait to show it to the world. Production has wrapped and director Lynch is working on editing an as-yet-undetermined number of episodes. ...Read More.... http://www.thewrap.com/twin-peaks-footage-rolling-in-so-singular-showtime-boss-says/

Check Out the Damn Fine New Vinyl for the Twin Peaks Soundtrack

Cherry pie not included.   Read More... http://www.vulture.com/2016/08/twin-peaks-soundtrack-has-a-new-vinyl.html?mid=full-rss-vulture

Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me Is Even Weirder Than You Remember

The Twin Peaks TV show is remembered for being strange, but its real legacy is its influence. Even 24 years later, were inundated with crime dramas with supernatural themes, murder mysteries that take an entire season (or longer) to solve, and tales of small towns with deep, dark secrets. But Fire Walk With Me, the movie prequel to the series, is a very differentand very bizarrebeast.    Read More...     http://feeds.gawker.com/~r/io9/full/~3/meH7JzHZraM/twin-peaks-fire-walk-with-me-is-even-weirder-than-you-1753295205

Showtime Boss David Nevins on HBO and Netflix, the Lifespans of Homeland and The Affair, and Twin Peaks

During a year when so many returning series suffered serious audience erosion, Showtimes Homeland and The Affair wrapped their respective seasons Sunday in decidedly strong shape. Final numbers incorporating encore showings and delayed viewing wont be in for a few weeks, but early data suggests Homeland will at worst match its year-ago ratings, while The Affair may be that rare 2015 sophomore series which actually grew its audience. That means that while HBO's The Leftovers deservedly drew raves for its stellar second season, its Showtime rivals reached more viewers this fall (despite HBO being available in more homes). Vulture caught up with Showtime president (and soon-to-be CEO) David Nevins last week to talk about his Sunday successes, whats ahead in 2016 and how Showtime is evolving to meet the challenge from new streaming rivals such as Netflix. And yes, we also asked him how things were going on the Twin Peaks revival. (Spoiler: Its looking good.) Lets talk about Homeland , which will have aired its finale when this interview posts. It was definitely a positive season for the show, both in terms of ratings and buzz. The series seems more focused than its been, maybe a bit less of a soap opera and more of a tense thriller. How did you and the producers manage the transformation, if thats the word? After Brody, the last two years have really been about Alex and the writing staff committing to the idea of this show as a very real-world spy thriller, and trying to tell the story of Americas place in a very complicated world in the 21st century. The show has become much more researched-based. They take a two or three-week trip to Washington, D.C., in January and sit down with a ton of national-security people, CIA people some current, some former and hear what they're concerned about, what they see happening over the course of the next twelve months. Read More...

The 'Twin Peaks' sign is resurrected in Showtime's newest teaser for the revival

The road to  Twin Peaks  has been reopened. Showtime has unveiled a new teaser for the revival series, written and executive produced by David Lynch with co-creator Mark Frost, showing the resurrection of the Twin Peaks town sign, which indicates the population has not changed since the... http://feeds.ew.com/~r/entertainmentweekly/tv/coverage/~3/fPeVn0SXM_4/twin-peaks-revival-teaser-showtime

Here's An Atmospheric Twin Peaks Teaser for You To Freak Out About

Showtime released the very first teaser for its Twin Peaks reboot on Friday, and boy oh boy are we excited. The 50-second teaser includes shots of waterfalls and forests while actor Michael Horse meditates on how the corner of the Pacific Northwest where the show takes place is sacred and has and ...   http://www.tvguide.com/news/heres-an-atmospheric-twin-peaks-teaser-for-you-to-freak-out-about/?rss=breakingnews

Twin Peaks Reboot Won't Air Until 2017. Please Send Pie.

Bad (or at least frustrating) news today for Twin Peaks fans: CBS Corp. chief Leslie Moonves said that the new, limited-run serieswhich has already been held up by David Lynch vs. Showtime pre-production issueswont be airing until 2017.   Read More...     http://feeds.gawker.com/~r/io9/full/~3/-SDHIfLUt40/twin-peaks-reboot-wont-air-until-2017-please-send-pie-1740402948

Peter Sarsgaard says he won't be in the 'Twin Peaks' revival after all

It was reported earlier this month that Peter Sarsgaard would appear inDavid Lynchs upcoming Twin Peaks revival, but the actor shut down those rumors during an episode of EW Morning Live. Im not doing Twin Peaks, he told host Jessica Shaw. But it certainly was a rumor that...  Read More... http://feeds.ew.com/~r/entertainmentweekly/tv/coverage/~3/ZbEWCn9mvPk/peter-sarsgaard-twin-peaks

Twin Peaks Is Recasting Sheriff Harry S. Truman for the Showtime Revival

  Go grab yourself a piece of cherry pie to console yourself. As if Twin Peaks fans needed more bad news : It's been confirmed that Michael Ontkean will not be reprising his role as Harry S. Truman, thesoft-spoken and unlucky-with-lovesheriff of the kooky Washington town, for the show's upcoming revival on Showtime. According to TVLine , someone close to the actor says that Michael is fully retired from show business, and has been for many years," ruling out any potential creative differences for the lack of involvement. It's confirmed that the role of Trumanwill instead be recast, with current rumors that veteran actor Robert Forster will fill the role (who, interestingly enough, was supposedly David Lynch's original choice for Truman during the show's initial run). But let's remember the good times, shall we? Look at these buddies, d'awwwww:   Read More...   http://www.vulture.com/2015/10/twin-peaks-is-recasting-sheriff-harry-truman.html

Twin Peaks: Peter Sarsgaard Joins Showtime Revival in Recurring Role

Thats some damn good casting. Showtimes forthcoming Twin Peaks revival has addedPeter Sarsgaard (The Killing, The Slap) in an unspecified recurring role, TVLine has learned exclusively. A Showtime rep declined to comment. Sarsgaard is the latest Twin Peaks neophyte to board the limited-series continuation of the 90s classic, joining Prison BreaksRobert Knepper,Brothers & SistersBalthazar Getty [] http://tvline.com/2015/10/06/twin-peaks-peter-sarsgaard-cast-showtime-revival/
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