The possibility of a Dexter revival has been whispered for some time, and it might be surprisingly easy to get star Michael C. Hall onboard. The erstwhile Bay Harbor Butcher says enough time has passed that he’s willing to return, and all it will take is a solid pitch.
At this point, we’ve no idea what to expect from Showtime’s Twin Peaks revival, particularly if David Lynch will allow for any real trailer. All the same, our first official look at the cast’s grand return is here, along with a few scant new details of the “feature film in 18 parts.”
If you thought the cord-cutters’ market was aggressive before, just wait until you get a load of YouTube TV. The online video staple announced the full scope of its live TV bundle, complete with unlimited cloud DVR and a moderate monthly subscription fee.
It was this very day, twenty-eight years gone, that Agent Dale Cooper first entered the town of Twin Peaks to investigate the murder of Laura Palmer. As such, Showtime would very much like to remind us of that fact in time for its May revival, spotlighting the pair in two new posters.
Showtime’s Twin Peaks has as already confirmed a vast majority of original series stars aboard for the 2017 revival, though it remained to be seen if creator David Lynch would step out from behind the camera. Now, a new teaser promises Gordon Cole’s return, as David Lynch enjoys one of Twin Peaks’ famous donuts.
Showtime’s Twin Peaks revival is still keeping its mystery intact, not telling fans exactly how much to expect, or even when, but some fresh coffee is finally brewing. Go behind the scenes of the 2017 premiere with first looks at a number of returning cast, as well as some new faces.
For a revival yet to reveal a single scrap of footage, photos or plot detail, Showtime’s 2017 Twin Peaks managed to attract near everyone in Hollywood to join its expansive cast. That said, not everyone could return for David Lynch’s eternally weird murder-mystery, and it seems the passing of David Bowie denied us yet another high-profile appearance.
Showtime shocked us all with the announcement that ‘Twin Peaks’ would return as a series in 2016 under creator David Lynch, though predictably few details were available just yet. Now, the most burning question about the darkly surreal drama’s return has been answered, confirming Kyle MacLachlan’s reprisal of Dale Cooper.
A 'Twin Peaks' revival has been something of a long-running joke since the show's 1991 ABC cancellation, with rumors emerging of a return every so often for the last 25 years, but you may want to put down that damn good coffee. Showtime has officially confirmed that David Lynch will return us to 'Twin Peaks' in 2016 for new episodes, picking up where the cult series last left off in the early '90s.
We've mentioned before about the hinting at the end of Showtime's hit show 'Dexter'. Midway through season 6 the show was renewed for at least 2 more seasons. Now, an executive producer has given us an end time for the show.
The massively popular Showtime show 'Dexter' was renewed last November for at least 2 more seasons. It's been hinted that the eighth season will be the last. But that doesn't necessarily mean an end...According to executive producer Manny Coto the show isn't looking 'at an exit strategy right now'. He also hints of a possibility of furthering the story though a movie!
Rejoice 'Dexter' fans! There was rumor last month that the show may be over after this season. That's not the case! Dexter will kill again! For at least two more seasons! And both Showtime and Michael C. Hall seem united as one once again...Read the story after the jump!