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Twin Peaks Revival On Showtime Gets Premiere Date!

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Great news today out of the TCA (Television Critics Association) session today with Showtime.  The network’s president, David Nevins announced that the revival of the soapy cult classic Twin Peaks from David Lynch will debut on May 21 at 9PM with a two-hour season premiere.  And as an extra perk, immediately after the premiere, episodes 3 and 4 will also be made available through Showtime’s digital platform.

In addition, the series will contain 18 episodes. “It will be 18 unforgettable hours,” Nevins related to the press.  He also said he has viewed all the episodes at a private screening set up by Lynch complete with donuts!

After watching, Nevins called the new installment “the pure-heroin version of David Lynch.” and adds it “rewards close watching,”

As for if there would be more Twin Peaks after this season, it does not appear so.  Nevis added, the show is “designed to be close-ended, one-time event.”

As for the story in the revival, Nevins only would say, “It’s about Agent Dale Cooper’s (Kyle MacLachlan) odyssey to Twin Peaks.”   Series star Kyle MacLachlan will be joined by many returning stars from the original ABC version in the early 90’s, plus several new faces as well.

So, excited to hear of the premiere date and the episode-order from Showtime for Twin Peaks? Comment below!

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Alan
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Alan

Beyond excited about this news!

Eighteen hours is more than I hoped for and to have the story wrapped up after all these years is a dream come true.

Nicholas
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Nicholas

i loved twin peaks when i was a kid ! how awesome it is coming back !

Patrick
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Patrick

I love Twin Peaks… the whole shebang… it all moved and excited

PS: I fell in love with Michael Ontkean.

Michael Leonard Ontkean (born 24 January 1946) is a retired Canadian actor.[1] He is known for the 1970s crime drama The Rookies, the films Slap Shot (1977) and Making Love (1982), and the cult-favorite TV series Twin Peaks (1990–1991).

I know he’s not in the revival… had to prop

Patrick
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Patrick

ie: season 1… had 8 eps
season 2 had 22 eps

it’s available in ON DEMAND… for those who have “showtime”

Kim
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Kim

I hope I am able to see it. Also hope Ian Buchanan will appear.

JMER
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JMER

Yaay! Life can begin.

PennySoap
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PennySoap

I look forward to watching – and I like the idea that it is a one time event.

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Mishael Morgan Returns to the Set at The Young and the Restless

After her eye injury and subsequent surgery, Mishael Morgan (Amanda Sinclair), is back taping new episode of The Young and the Restless.

The talented actress announced her return via her Instagram sharing: “First day back and It’s like riding a bike! #yr @cbstv @youngandrestlesscbs”

Previously, it had been revealed that former The Bold and the Beautiful and Guiding Light star, Karla Mosley had temporarily replaced Morgan for several episodes.

Be on the lookout for Amanda’s story to continue with Mosley and then the on-screen return of Mishael Morgan in the weeks to come.

So, excited to hear Mishael is back on set in Genoa City? Comment below.

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Guiding Light’s Michael O’Leary Will Recur on ‘Law & Order: Organized Crime”

Good news today from former Guiding Light star, Michael O’Leary (Ex-Rick Bauer).  He informed his fans via social media that he is continuing on in his role of Father Hogan on the NBC crime series, Law & Order: Organized Crime.

The series airs Thursday’s at 10pm EST/9 pm CST and stars Christopher Meloni reprising his ‘Law & Order’ role of Det. Eliot Stabler, and Dylan McDermott.

O’Leary tweeted: “Law & Order Organized Crime-exciting news! My character ‘Father Hogan’-now recurring! Thrilled to work with Chris Meloni again!”

So, will you be looking forward to seeing Michael more on the NBC crime drama series? Comment below.

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GH’s Carolyn Hennesy Addresses Why She Was Not a Part of Nancy Lee Grahn’s ‘Alexis-Centric’ 25th Anniversary Episode

For the past several weeks, savvy General Hospital fans were wondering why on earth was Alexis’ best friend, Diane Miller (Carolyn Hennesy), was not a part of Nancy Lee Grahn’s (Alexis) 25th anniversary episode of the ABC daytime drama series, which centered around Alexis saying goodbye to those near and dear before she goes to Pentonville to serve a prison sentence.

After all, Diane and Alexis have been through so much together, that it seemed like a glaring omission. Was Hennesy not asked back for the episode?  The answer came in the form of Hennesy herself via in a response to a fan’s tweet on her being MIA from the episode.

As it turns out, the ever-busy Hennesy was shooting a film in Atlanta and was not available at the time of the tape date of Grahn’s special episode.

 

Carolyn tweeted: “Not their fault, my dear. I was off filming on Atlanta!!! Cuz you know Diane wouldn’t have missed it!”  That came in response to this: “Watched the big @NancyLeeGrahn ep of #GH and I’m perplexed that there was no Diane! @carolynhennesy One of the most fun TV female friendships and she wasn’t there to send her off? Come on you guys @GeneralHospital”

Mystery solved! Carolyn would have gladly been at the GH set that day in a heartbeat, if she could have.

So, happy to know that GH did not forget about Diane for the Alexis-Centric episode, but had to work around it? Share your thoughts in the comment section below.

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