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"Twin Peaks" Returning to TV?

Even the faintest possibility makes me weak with glee:

Last week we ran a piece in which co-creator Mark Frost suggests, rather excitedly, that the prematurely axed ’90s sensation may get its third season after all these years (the “25 years later” thing working in its favour, too). Frost’s quotes, hinting that both the creative’s and network brass may be talking, aren’t the first indication that there’s still life left in the sleepy supernatural-stricken town though. Apparently quite a few cast members, including Catherine E.Coulson (“The Log Lady”), have been contacted about possibly reprising their roles from the spooky soap, should a revisit happen.

Robert Engels, the show’s EP and writer of Fire Walk With Me, told Moviehole that he’s taken a couple of calls in recent years from networks interested in possibly reigniting the Fire Walking-flame, bringing the show back in some shape or fashion.



Should have known that gum I liked wouldn't be coming by in style.


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Brittney -- I have been reading your blog for about 10 years and I never knew the REASON for your blog's title until a few nights ago.

My fiance, Paul, was a huge fan of Twin Peaks and recently bought the series on DVD. We started watching it together this weekend -- it was my first time ever seeing it. We got to the part (it was either in the pilot or the first episode, I forget which) when the guy mentions the intersection of "Sparkwood and 21," and I had to hit Pause on the DVD.

"Did that guy just say Sparkwood and 21?" I asked Paul.

He confirmed that he had, and so of course I had to tell him why I was asking. After all this time, I just realized your blog is named after a Twin Peaks reference!

A few people have told me this same story. Love it!

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