Update: We’ve now also gotten a brief video featuring older Cooper in the same woodsy scene. You can watch it below.
The original story follows below.
February 24 is also know as Twin Peaks Day, based on the date that Agent Dale Cooper first entered the iconic town in the cult TV show. To celebrate, Showtime have released two new posters in advance of its return in May. One features Laura Palmer (Sheryl Lee) as she looked during its original run, while the other shows an older Cooper (Kyle McLachlan). Check them out below:
Several teasers for the new season have been released over the past few months. The most recent compiled the many moments the characters have enjoyed coffee, while another showed co-creator David Lynch, in character as oddball Regional Bureau Chief Gordon Cole, snacking on a donut. We’ve also had composer Angelo Badalamenti performing some of the show’s haunting music, plus a look at some on-set footage.
The two-hour premiere of the new season debuts on Showtime on May 21 at 9 PM ET. In the build-up to that, the channel are broadcasting the first two seasons with back-to-back episodes every Sunday at 7 PM ET.
At the Television Critics Assocation press tour last month, Showtime CEO David Nevins revealed that the show will run a total of 18 hours, and that the second and third episodes will be available online immediately afterwards.
In a recent interview with IGN, actress Madchen Amick, who plays Shelly Johnson, spoke about her emotional…