Over the weekend, a user on Twitter pointed out that two of Showtime’s websites had a script running in the background that’s used to hijack visitors’ CPUs to mine cryptocurrency. Other users and outlets later confirmed that the code was present. Now it’s gone, and Showtime refuses to answer questions.
The recent buyer of Laura Palmer’s real house from Twin Peaks not only played the homeowner of the fictional house in The Return, but is also letting show fans stop by for visit.
As Gizmodo reported Sunday night, many of the fighting sports fans who paid to see two men beat each other within an inch of their lives struggled to get their $100 worth. Lag, stuttering streams, or complete inability to access the Showtime app, The Hollywood Reporter notes, are now the basis for a class action…
It’s been both wonderful and depressing catching up with favorite Twin Peaks characters after 25 years. (Like, what the hell, Audrey?) But Twin Peaks: The Return has also introduced several new eccentrics who’ve quickly become memorable parts of the show’s ever-expanding landscape.
Twin Peaks: The Return, or Twin Peaks season three, or the greatest TV show of all time, whatever you prefer to call it, hasn’t been a ratings smash for Showtime. But it’s created a huge uptick in subscriptions, and the network is apparently open to doing more seasons—if David Lynch is, too.
David Lynch did not attend the recent San Diego Comic-Con, but he was there in spirit—delivering maybe the single weirdest panel introduction in convention history. Would you expect any less from the wonderfully creative and twisted mind behind Twin Peaks? That was a damn good lamp!
Quite obviously, the cast of what may be TV’s most spoiler-protected show ever wasn’t going to march out onto Comic-Con’s Hall H stage and start spilling secrets, especially in the absence of David Lynch. In fact, they couldn’t even if they wanted to—aside from perhaps MacLachlan, the actors are only allowed to read…
There have been eight episodes of Twin Peaks: The Return so far. With the show on holiday hiatus until July 9, now seems like the perfect time to reflect on the amazing, baffling, terrifying things we’ve seen so far, seemingly beamed directly from David Lynch’s astonishingly highly-caffeinated brain.
We’ve only seen four of the 18 hours of David Lynch and Mark Frost’s Twin Peaks: The Return, but we already have a lot of questions. A lot. Since half the fun of Twin Peaks is never fully understanding what’s going on at any given moment, we decided to round up everything that’s bedeviling us the most—realizing, of…
Did you watch all four hours of Twin Peaks: The Return that became available yesterday? Is your brain still rattling around in your skull like mine is? It was violent, it was completely bizarre, and there was a lot of coffee drinking. And most importantly, it was totally worth the 26-year wait.
May 21 is rapidly approaching, and while some things will certainly have changed in the spooky realm of Twin Peaks—including some new characters we’re seeing here for the first time—there are also some frozen-in-time moments, too. There’s Lucy, still holding down the desk at the sheriff’s department, and Shelley,…
Before you get too excited, this new Twin Peaks teaser is 30 seconds of enigmatic footage and 30 seconds reminding you to subscribe to Showtime ahead of the show’s May 21 debut. Still, considering we’ve seen barely anything from the cult hit’s long-awaited return, it’s still HUGE.
Cult favorite TV series Twin Peaks is mainly about a very intuitive FBI agent chasing down a supernatural serial killer, but it’s best known for being incredibly, bafflingly strange. I mean, of course it is; it was created by David Lynch. To pass the time until show’s return on May 21, we counted our favorite WTF…
There are still several months to go before David Lynch’s Twin Peaks is back. Plenty of time to catch up on the original run of the show, and do so with a damn fine cup of coffee.
On Monday, we learned that Twin Peaks would return May 21 to kick off its 18-episode revival on Showtime. Today, we’ve got our first (very quick) glimpse at Kyle MacLachlan’s Agent Cooper, looking far more weathered than last we saw him. Is it the decades... or is it the Black Lodge? Or a bit of both?
FINALLY. This is huge news for Twin Peaks fans who have been dying for any solid info on the Showtime revival’s premiere date. Now we know: it’s May 21.
On Sunday, Showtime released a new teaser trailer for the revival of ‘90s art kid favorite Twin Peaks. In it, creator David Lynch can be seen eating a (glazed?) donut as FBI administrator Gordon Cole and, well, that’s about it.
There’s been no shortage of ways for Twin Peaks faithful to showcase their fandom over the years—a quick Etsy search will yield literally thousands of items inspired by the show. But with the show’s 2017 return to the airwaves, Showtime has opened its own Twin Peaks storefront, with some exclusive wares.
The much-anticipated return of Twin Peaks is creeping ever closer, but we haven’t learned too much about the production so far (appropriately, it’s been shrouded in secrecy). Today the show dropped a new Facebook video sharing a few small glimpses of what’s been brewing in David Lynch-land.
As if we couldn’t possibly be more excited for a return to Twin Peaks next year, here’s a minute of Angelo Badalamenti playing Laura’s theme from the original show to make the wait for more even more excruciating.