A clothing brand called Sucker's Apparel has made a collection inspired by Twin Peaks.
Who would have guessed that 30 hours of television would inspire a timeless cult following that has only grown stronger in the 20 years since it went off the air? I am, of course, talking about Twin Peaks, one of David Lynch's most beloved properties. Did you know that there are bars and cafes around the world that are Twin Peaks-themed? I didn't... until now.
Genre television is becoming a major presence in primetime TV. Shows like American Horror Story, Hannibal, True Blood and Grimm are dominating the air and doing big numbers for cable and network stations alike. Subsequently, there is a new trend of reviving series once thought to be dead. Netflix is resurrecting Arrested Development, Fox is bringing back 24, TBS rebooted Cougartown. FEARnet is even getting in on the game, bringing back Reaper with an all-new reunion special airing May 28th.
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After many, ahem twenty-two, years I’ve started watching the Twin Peaks series again, and as anyone who is a fan knows, it completely holds up.
Mark Frost began his career writing teleplays for The Six Million Dollar Man in the mid-70's.
UK retailer Connoisseur has created the coolest hat ever.
It was interesting to me just how much the affable Mark Frost and I have in common.