Twin Peaks EP Mark Frost: Showtime’s Revival Won’t Air Until 2017

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We’ve waited this long already – another two years won’t kill us.


Like the prototype for Nadine Hurley’s silent drape runners, Showtime’s Twin Peaks revival seems to have hit a snag.

Series co-creator Mark Frost recently said that the continuation of his and David Lynch’s iconic series would air in 2017 — not 2016, as the network originally announced.

“We’ve finished the scripts, we start production in September, and that will be coming out on Showtime in 2017,” he said.

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Given the bizarre nature of the offbeat drama, it fits that Frost’s comments were made during a late June visit to the National Baseball Hall of Fame, which then published an interview with him on its blog (the last place most people would think to look for a damn fine update).

In October, the premium cabler ordered a nine-episode Twin Peaks revival, which would air in 2016. Original series star Kyle…

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