‘Twin Peaks’ Working Towards A 2016 Release On Showtime

Showtime Networks president David Nevins announced that the followup Twin Peaks series from David Lynch and Mark Frost is slated to start production in September, according to a report by Deadline.


Lynch will direct all episodes, originally scheduled for 9, but now it looks like it will expand 10 to 12. Twin Peaks was schedule for a 2017 release on Showtime, but it now looks like it could ready sometime in 2016. “I’ll take it when it’s ready. I hope that’s sooner rather than later,” said Nevins.

Nevins also did not announce any new cast members to the series, saying “You should be optimistic that the people you want to be there will be there, in addition to some surprises.”

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Matthew Sardo
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