David Lynch to shoot Twin Peaks series as a continuous movie
The latest update regarding the revived cult classic.
Showtime Networks president David Nevins has announced that the new Twin Peaks series will start production in September. The premiere date is still in flux, although Nevins hopes that 2016 is still possible: “I’ll take it when it’s ready,” he said. “I hope that’s sooner rather than later.”
Additionally, Lynch will direct all the episodes, filming one long script as a continuous movie and then editing it into episodes. Originally planned as nine episodes long, the series will likely run longer. As for casting, which is handled by Lynch’s company, Nevins said that “you should be optimistic that the people you want to be there will be there, in addition to some surprises.”