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Twin Peaks Reboot Pushed Back To 2017 So Says Co-Creator Mark Frost!



Just when you thought we would all be having coffee with Agent Dale Cooper (Kyle MacLachlan), Showtime’s revival of the cult classic ABC primetime soap opera, Twin Peaks has been delayed for its debut pushed back to 2017, according to the series co-creator Mark Frost.

The highly-anticipated revival of Twin Peaks from David Lynch and Frost had been moving forward, and then after a dispute with Showtime, Lynch had bowed out, but after some time everyone was back on board, and it was full steam ahead, so we thought into production.   The revival was expected to bow this October of 2016.

In an interview with The Baseball Hall of Fame, Mark Frost was talking about how the original series broke the soap opera mold and then revealed the revival was pushed back to next year:  “We had 32 hours back in 1991-92, and with my partner David Lynch we kind of blew open that genre of the nighttime soap and took it in a whole other direction.  A lot of people always look back at Twin Peaks and say that was the start of this explosion we’ve had in good television drama, but we did it in a time when there were still only three networks. The challenge for us is to try and come back and raise the bar above what we did the last time. We’re coming back with season three of Twin Peaks after a 25-year absence. We’ve finished the scripts, we start production in September, and that will be coming out on Showtime sometime in 2017.”

The original Twin Peaks was one of the quirkiest soaps in history with character such as Killer BOB, Log Lady, and of course Laura Palmer, who was the subject of the murder set in a fictitious town in Washington State.

What do you think of the delay of Twin Peaks? Still excited to see it again some 25  years later?

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I have never seen Twin Peaks..
hmm 25 years back I was in India.. (the women of India love love love their soaps)
Twin Peaks is a soap and I hope it does much better than Dallas ..

(I don’t have Showtime and won’t be getting it, but I wish the best for Twin Peaks!


Su0000 it was interesting from day one and then as it waned on it wasn’t ..Showtime is most likely giving them time to either make a show worth watching or canning the whole idea…They’ve undoubtedly pitched several versions..shot one or two..and it still ain’t what it was or should be..soooo…yeah…that’s a not done..done deal…lol


Its called You Tube, Su! You can watch pretty much anything.


Disappointed the series is delayed but have no doubt it will be worth the wait with Frost and Lynch writing and directing.


WWE’s Alexa Bliss Reveals Pregnancy, Expecting First Child with Husband Ryan Cabrera

The WWE Universe had been wondering for months, just why Alexa Bliss was taken off TV, especially when it looked like Bliss was falling back under the spell of then-returning Bray Wyatt in the storyline.

First at the end of March, the pro wrestler shared she had skin cancer surgery.

Now, comes happier news from Bliss herself, she and her husband, singer Ryan Cabrera are expecting their first child together. Cabrera and Bliss married in April of 2022 after more than two years of dating.

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Bliss, is a former three-time Raw Women’s Champion, three-time WWE Women’s Tag Team Champion, and two-time SmackDown Women’s Champion.  Looks like this mom-to-be won’t be getting back into the squared circle anytime soon.

The happy couple with a new bundle of joy on the way shared with E News: “It was a total surprise, as we weren’t trying at all,” shared Alexa. “We Facetimed my mom immediately … and then shared the news with Ryan’s family.”

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On her Instagram, Bliss shared her excitement, “The best moments in life are the completely unexpected. Baby Cabrera arriving December 2023!!”

Share your well-wishes to Alexa and Ryan on their baby news via the comment section below.

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Sherri Shepherd Loses Her Wig During Talk Show and Says, ‘The Show Must Go On’

When you’re live in front of a studio audience anything can happen, and this time it happened to talk show host and comedian, Sherri Shepherd (although it had to be staged).

During Tuesday’s episode of her syndicated show, Sherri, Shepherd was discussing the recent viral video clip of pastor Sarah Jakes Roberts’ wig slipping off while in the middle of her sermon, but continuing on in spite of it, and just delivering the rest of her presentation wig-less.

What America then found out is that Sherri would experience the same fate, when she shared her own experiences with wigs.

Sherri explained, “Here’s the thing, when you wear wigs, you are trusting the person that put the wig on, that it’s going to be secure. The thing about wigs is when it starts sliding, you can feel it slide. Because you will start out with it down here, and all of a sudden, it starts making its way up. Especially if the wig weighs a lot. And all you can do is what Sarah Jakes did, which is pull it forward.”  The talk show host added, “You can’t throw down the mic and walk out and go fix it. The show must go on.”

However, as Shepherd was talking about Jakes and wigs, she jumped out of her chair, and as she did her wig fell straight down hanging on the band that attached it to her head.

Once the wig completely fell off, the camera went to the audience who seemed apparently shocked and thought it was very funny.

Being that Shepherd is a comedian, it was clear this has to be a spot in the show that was determined ahead of time.  Nevertheless, it got the reaction of the day on mainstream media and in the talk show world.

Watch the bit featuring Sherri and her wig below.

What did you think of Sherri going wig-less? Did you find the moment funny? Share your thoughts in the comment section.

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OLTL Alum Tuc Watkins Opens Up On His Sobriety and the Importance of Camaraderie

He made his mark to soap opera fans as David Vickers on One Life to Live (1994-1996, 2001-2013) and as Bob on Desperate Housewives (2007-2012), since then Tuc Watkins has been featured and starred in numerous television, motion pictures and stage roles.

Most recently, Watkins starred opposite Neil Patrick Harris in the Netflix streaming series Uncoupled, the film and stage adaptation of Boys in the Band, and recently on stage in the AIDS-based drama, The Inheritance.

Tuc, who came out on The Marie Osmond Show back in 2013, is the father of twins via surrogacy, and is currently in a relationship with film, TV and stage actor, Andrew Rannells.  Earlier in his career, many warned Watkins that it could be detrimental to him, if he played gay roles.  However, in the years that have followed, Tuc has proved them wrong taking on some of the most prominent LGBTQ roles out there and earning critical praise for his performances.

A few months ago, in March, Tuc took to his Instagram account to share a before and after photo of him 4 years before he got sober, and 4 years after he got sober with a heartfelt and inspiring message.

Watkins expressed: “If your drinking is making you uncomfortable, tell a sober person. Any sober person. That’s what I did. I don’t remember what I said to him that day. And I don’t remember what he said to me. But I remember the way he made me feel. He made me feel like I was going to be okay. It was the last day I drank. October 28, 2018. I got sober because alcohol was ruining my life. I stay sober because my life got better. #sobriety #recovery”


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In a new article on Watkins from Queerty, EastSiders creator and star, Kit Williamson delivered a statement to the LGBTQ outlet about his experience working with Tuc and his consistent support for other gay artists.

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Kit shared: “I’ve had the pleasure of working with Tuc three times now. On the third season of EastSiders, my new series Unconventional, and the indie film Retake. Tuc is a star in the literal sense of the word, shining light on and lifting up the people around him, and he is as talented and funny as he is dashing and kind.  I was a fan of his before I became a friend, and I have seen firsthand how committed he is to supporting other queer artists and making art that matters.”

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As pride month approaches in just a weeks time, Watkins shared on Queerty’s coverage on his Instagram: “Thank you @Queerty for elevating the LGBTQ+ community. 🏳️‍🌈 For highlighting the differences in our backgrounds, identities, and experiences, all through the lens of camaraderie.”

Share your thoughts on the talented Tuc Watkins and his efforts to lift others up, and be an inspiration through his own struggles via the comment section.

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