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'Twin Peaks' Teaser Reveals Little But Fans' Curiosity Piqued

Showtime released its first teaser trailer in October 2016 for its upcoming 2017 "Twin Peaks" season, 25 years after the original series left the small screen.

By    |   Tuesday, 18 Oct 2016 06:24 PM

A teaser for the "Twin Peaks" sequel was short on information about the new show’s story lines and long on returning stars and how they have aged in the intervening years, but that didn't stop fans from their excitement.

When "Twin Peaks" returns in 2017, 25 years after the original series ended, it will be predictably mysterious and will raise more questions rather than answers. The Showtime original series has a website and a trailer for the upcoming show, which is said to be debuting in early to mid-2017, according to The Verge.

What was missing from the teaser was solid intel about where the show will pick up and what has happened in the missing years. The teaser mostly interviewed returning actors about their reactions to the show coming back and how excited they were to be coming back to the show’s reboot.

Kyle MacLachlan will reprise his role as Agent Dale Cooper, and other returning actors include Miguel Ferrer as FBI specialist Albert Rosenfield, Kimmy Robertson as Lucy, Harry Goaz as Andy, and James Marshall as James Hurley. “It’s almost as if no time has passed,” Dana Ashbrook said in the teaser, although her gray hair may have shown otherwise.

Guest stars will include Jim Belushi and folk singer Chrysta Bell, who warned in the teaser to “prepare to be a little out of your comfort zone.”

A recently released trailer is little more than composer Angelo Badalamenti (who composed the original music) playing the new score superimposed over a dark forest and a shadowy image of Laura Palmer’s face, Spin reported.

Digital Spy reported the sequel begins with an FBI dossier that appears seemingly out of nowhere and contains information about Twin Peaks. Dale Cooper has vanished, and a female FBI agent is left to figure out what has happened to the town and the young woman whose autopsy report is in the dossier.

"Twin Peaks" fans on twitter reacted with excitement about the teaser:

 

 

 

 

 

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A teaser for the "Twin Peaks" sequel was short on information about the new show’s story lines and long on returning stars and how they have aged in the intervening years, but that didn't stop fans from their excitement.
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