Twin Peaks Season 3 Sequel to Premiere After Exactly 25 Years in 2016
In the 90’s, one of the most popular science fiction shows was X-Files, but if you’re more into psychological horror, then you are probably familiar with the show Twin Peaks. This show has earned a cult following due to its amazing and chilling atmosphere and psychological horror, and if you are the fan of the show, you’ll be pleased to hear that third season is going to be released.
The Twin Peaks follows agent Cooper into a strange town of Twin Peaks to solve a murder mystery, and at the end of the show the main characters say that they will see each other in 25 years, so it’s no wonder that ABC decided to revive the show after 25 years since the last season.
The show was aired on ABC in 1990, and it had an audience of 34.6 million viewers.
Ratings dropped when the murder mystery was solved in the middle of season 2, but there were many unanswered questions and mysteries at the end of season 2, and this is where the show got really interesting and got its cult status.
Twin Peaks is remembered as one of the most intriguing and chilling series ever, so if you are a fan of psychological horror this show is perfect for you. According to Showtime, third season will have only nine episodes, and this probably means that we won’t get fourth season.
The third season should answer some questions, tie up the loose ends, and we don’t expect it to progress the story any further.
The third season has a lot to do in order to live up to the previous seasons, which is a difficult task, but luckily for the fans the creators of the show, David Lynch and Mark Frost, will also work on the third season.
As for other returning actors Kyle MacLachlan (FBI Special Agent Dale Cooper) and Madchen Amick (Shelly Johnson) could be returning, but so far, there’s no official information about the recurring cast.
Season three of Twin Peaks goes into production next year, and it should premiere in 2016.