The video offers fans the first glimpse at the upcoming Showtime revival of David Lynch's groundbreaking show.
Showtime is bringing back the cult favorite series in 2017, and we might have some sense of what to expect beyond damn good coffee.
David Lynch is currently editing the series, which should be debuting in the spring of next year.
This week Showtime added Patrick Fischler and David Dastmalchian to the growing cast of their new "Twin Peaks" revival series.
Naomi Watts, Tom Sizemore, and David Lynch have signed up for recurring roles on Showtime's upcoming "Twin Peaks" revival series.
Despite the hopes of Showtime and countless fans, the revival of David Lynch and Mark Frost's cult series won't arrive until 2017.
The cable channel has released new promo art for David Lynch and Mark Frost's revival of the cult television series.
David Lynch is set to start production next month on the revival of "Twin Peaks," which Showtime hopes will be ready in time for a 2016 premiere.
Everyone from Sheryl Lee and Sherilyn Fenn to Catherine E. Coulson and James Marshall plead their case for the filmmaker's involvement in the Showtime revival.
Although the filmmaker may have cast doubt on the return of the cult series, Showtime appears to be pushing ahead as planned.