Over the past several months, Showtime has been extremely coy when it comes to sharing details on “Twin Peaks.” The series had one of the most-closed-off sets in the history of television, at least in talking about a full season of something as opposed to just a finale. They’ve also been extremely hesitant to release details on when the show could premiere or how they could release it.
Even still, we don’t have answers to many burning questions — though, as a reminder, Showtime did release the full cast of the revival a little while back. The latest teaser below is all about the music, in particular the compositions of Angelo Badalamenti. He did the music for the original, and as someone who has worked with director David Lynch for many years, he will be back to do the same thing again. Why wouldn’t you want him back on board? Badalamenti created here one of the more iconic soundtracks in history. His music is eerie, it sends a chill down your spine, but every now and then you get a note or two that suggests hope is around the horizon.
The promo ends with a reminder that the upcoming episodes will premiere in 2017, but it doesn’t go any further than that. We honestly would not be surprised if this is a show that takes an approach similar to “American Horror Story” season 6 in its release, where almost no actual footage is revealed before the show comes out. This is meant to be a mystery, and one where multiple readings and emotions are possible. We’ll see what surfaces, and we’ll be grateful for any and all of it.
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