If nothing else, Showtime's Twin Peaks revival is going to be gorgeous to look at. Original creator David Lynch is directing all of the episodes. And in the second teaser trailer, we get to see some of the beautiful locations that he is utilizing. This comes along with the promise that the show will return in 2017.
In the 25 years since Twin Peaks first debuted, the population in this sleepy little down has remained unchanged. It is still stuck at a quaint 51,201. That's one of the clues given in this short, but very sweet, sneak peek. The footage has a very familiar feeling, as it should. David Lynch and his crew have returned to some very familiar locations to recapture the magic, with production taking place in various areas around Oregon and Washington State.Read More
Production has been under way for the past two months on Showtime's Twin Peaks revival series, but as of now, the only cast member the network has confirmed is Kyle MacLachlan as Special Agent Dale Cooper. Over the past few months, numerous rumors and casting reports have surfaced revealing new and returning cast members coming aboard, but nothing official has surfaced from the network quite yet. Today, we have another casting report from Deadline, revealing that Miguel Ferrer has signed on to reprise his role as FBI agent Albert Rosenfield in the revival series.
Miguel Ferrer appeared in eight episodes of the original series as the FBI forensics expert, who often clashed with Twin Peaks sheriff Harry S. Truman (Michael Ontkean). Ironically, a report surfaced last month that revealed Michael Ontkean will not be returning, since he retired from acting several years ago. There has been speculation that the producers may try to re-cast the role. It has been rumored that Robert Forster is being courted to play Truman, but others contend that he may actually be playing a different lawman altogether.Read More