Hours after Showtime finally revealed the premiere date for Showtime's Twin Peaks revival—Sunday, May 21—reporters at the Television Critics Association's winter press tour were given another big Twin Peaks scoop: a surprise appearance by David Lynch,
Twin Peaks is whole again.A month after departing the project, David Lynch is back on board with Showtime's limited-series revival of his and Mark Frost's groundbreaking show, he and the network announced Friday night.
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Would an artificially intelligent robot drink premium coffee? That's the central question in a new spot for David Lynch Signature Cup coffee.
When David Nevins arrived at Showtime in 2010, the premium cable network was searching for the next generation of shows to replace fading stalwarts Dexter and Weeds. The network's president, former head of Imagine Television, has done that and much more, taking the net to 22.8 million subscribers and launching a host of acclaimed series like Homeland, Ray Donovan and Masters of Sex.
Showtime had the good fortune to make its Television Critics Association winter press tour appearance less than 24 hours after its freshman series The Affair won two Golden Globes Awards, including the prize for best drama series.
Your Monday afternoon comes with some good news ... and some damn good cherry pie. David Lynch's seminal television series Twin Peaks is returning to television in early 2016 on Showtime in limited series format.
In the eight years since he last released a full-length film, David Lynch has amassed a list of projects almost as bizarre as his signature directorial style.
Since February of 2011, Hulu has played host to the ne plus ultra of classy home video companies: The Criterion Collection, manufacturer of high-end editions of everything from The Seven Samurai to Godzilla.
This week, Luvs dipped its toe in controversy with a spot about breastfeeding in public, beer companies beat around the bush with pitches that subtly sold their brews, and Cartoon Network engaged in some self-love for its 20th birthday.