It's Official: Twin Peaks Will Return!

Yes, it's happening. No more vague tweets about a possible return; co-creators David Lynch and Mark Frost have come together with Showtime to announce via video that TWIN PEAKS IS BACK!!!!! [UPDATED]

Here's the tweet with the link to the YouTube video, which has the description, "A message from TWIN PEAKS creators and executive producers David Lynch and Mark Frost."


UPDATE: Deadline is reporting that Twin Peaks will return as a limited series on Showtime. Both Lynch and Frost are involved again. This nine-episode series is rumored to start production this year and premiere in 2016, coinciding with the 25 year anniversary date. Which is exactly when Laura Palmer told us she'd be seeing us all again.

Deadline is also reporting that the new series will be set in modern day and will take place two decades after the series left off. No one is officially back, but we can't imagine Frost and Lynch would move forward without Kyle MacLachlan on board.

For those of you who are unaware, the scene this video is referring to is from the episode in which Laura Palmer promises, "I'll see you again in 25 years, meanwhile...." And just like she promised, they're coming back.

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