Twin Peaks To Return In 2016... But Who Will Make A Comeback?
Show creators David Lynch and Mark Frost confirmed the news yesterday, promising fans the return of some "old faces"...
US TV series Twin Peaks is set to return to cable network Showtime next year.
After two mysterious and identical tweets from show creators David Lynch and Mark Frost, it was announced via YouTube that the cult series will be rebooted in 2016.
According to Deadline, Lynch and Frost are penning nine new episodes, with the former directly the whole of the limited run.
The website adds that the new series will take place in the present day, 25-years after Laura Palmer's murder.
Frost has since confirmed during an interview with TVLine that it is "not a remake" and that some "old faces" will be returning.
There is currently no official word on who from the original cast will be reprising their roles, with Deadline adding that FB Agent Dale Cooper (Kyle MacLachlan) is rumoured to be making his comeback.
Last week, Lynch and Frost first ignited rumours of a reboot by both tweeting: "Dear Twitter Friends: That gum you like is going to come back in style! #damngoodcoffee."