Cult classic television series Twin Peaks is heading back to the small screen with a two-hour premiere episode on Showtime Sunday, May 21.
Network president and CEO David Nevins revealed that the new season will consist of eighteen hour-long episodes. The series will be Directed in its entirety by David Lynch and will be written and produced by the original series creators and executive producers Lynch and Mark Frost.
Those who have Showtime on demand will be able to access episodes three and four immediately following the double episode premiere. But we suggest you savor every moment of the revival, as the season has been announced as a close-ended, one-time event. Which means there will be no second installment.
While details about the series have been kept under strict lock and key, fans can get excited about the promise of familiar faces. Alongside a host of original cast members, we can expect to see the long-awaited return of Agent Cooper played by Golden Globe winner and Emmy Award nominee Kyle MacLachlan.
The premiere episode will air on May 21 at 9 p.m on Showtime.