David Lynch's TWIN PEAKS Revival Might Get a Surprise Screening at Sundance

There's still no word on when David Lynch's Twin Peaks revival will premiere on Showtime, but according to Deadline, there's a chance that it might get a surprise screening at the Sundance Film Festival later this month! 

They say that there have been discussions for the new version of the insane acclaimed 1990s series to be showcased at the film fest. I hope it happens because I would freakin' love to see whatever they've got to show! I love Twin Peaks, and it's crazy and exciting that the story will continue after all these years. I never thought in a million years that would happen after the original series ended. 

This wouldn't be the first time that a special event TV series would premiere at Sundance. Last year, they premiered the first two episodes of the Stephen King, J.J. Abrams, and James Franco Hulu series 11/22/63, which was a lot of fun. I hope they do same thing with Twin Peaks

No story details regarding the series have been released, but we do know that it's set 25 years after the events of the original series, which centered around the wacky, strange residents of a Pacific Northwest town and the murder of a young girl named Laura Palmer. 

Kyle MacLachlan returns as FBI Special Agent Dale Cooper in the series along with several other original cast members including Lynch himself in a role as FBI Agent Gordon Cole. We got to watch him eat a donut in the latest promo spot!

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