Today we have new stills from Showtime’s upcoming ‘Twin Peaks‘ revival, magazine covers with some of the actors in character, and a few featurettes that you’ll be dying to see. With the series still holding back on giving us any solid details of what to expect this is, visually, the largest batch of new details which we’ve been given to date!

First up let’s take a look at the new images. To start with we have David Lynch directing Jake Wardle and James Marshall’s unknown characters!

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Next up we’re stopping at Double R Diner to check in with Mädchen Amick and Peggy Lipton on how business is doing! Can I get some damn good coffee to go ladies?

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David Duchovny, welcome back to ‘Twin Peaks’!

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Here we have David Lynch and Miguel Ferrer reprising their roles as FBI agents. This will likely be the last time you see something new from Ferrer unless he has anything else in post-production as the actor passed away in January.
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Kimmy Robertson and Harry Goaz are also back at the Sheriff’s department.
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Michael Horse is also back to reprise his role!
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We’ve also got three covers to share with you that Entertainment Weekly has set as collector’s covers:

While not much new in the way of details is shared, Showtime’s president and CEO David Nevins does give the following brief key pieces of the plot to think about:

Twin Peaks is a cosmology. What I think is satisfying about the new version is that it’s a deeper exploration of that stuff. What is the Red Room? How does the Red Room work? Where is Agent Cooper? Can he make it back?

I wonder how many of those questions will actually be answered when the series drops in a couple of months. Oh yes, and of course you probably want to see those featurettes mentioned above don’t you?

This first one has the stars sharing a bit about what changed:

Did you know that Dale Cooper was Kyle MacLachlan’s favorite role?

Sheryl Lee also wanted to share a bit more on how she got the role in the first place:

David Lynch is clearly making the next two months a long set of teases with no real details until the show drops and I couldn’t be happier for it. Some of the mysteries are finally going to be solved, questions answered, but which ones and how? Are you looking forward to the return of ‘Twin Peaks’? Do you feel that Lynch will recapture the magic of the first run of the series? Share your thoughts below!

‘Twin Peaks’ returns on Showtime on May 21st, 2017!

Sources: Entertainment Weekly, Entertainment Weekly,

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