Video: The Premiere Of The Sequel "Twin Peaks" Will Take Place In
The sequel to the cult TV series "Twin Peaks" by David Lynch will not be seen until 2017. CBS Corporation resident Lee Moonves announced this. The reason for the postponement of the TV crime story premiere is that Lynch wants to perfect each new episode, so that the revival of Twin Peaks is even more interesting than the original story.
Recall that in the new season we will see the "veterans" of the series - including Kyle McLachlan, Cheryl Lee, Sherilyn Fenn, Dana Ashbrook, David Patrick Kelly, Richard Beymer and even, according to rumors, David Duchovny, who played a cameo role in the original.
Of course, it will not do without newbies. As previously reported, Amanda Seyfred, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Peter Sarsgaard and "Getaway" star Robert Knepper will join Laura Palmer's mystery.
It is noteworthy that in the last episode of the second season of "Twin Peaks", released on the screens on June 10, 1991, the protagonist of the project - FBI officer Dale Cooper, who arrived in the small town of Twin Peaks to investigate the death of local beauty Laura Palmer, meets her: she looks livelier than all living things and promises to meet him again in 25 years. And it should have happened in 2016 …
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