David Lynch is rumored to be setting up a new shoot for the abruptly canceled cult classic Twin Peaks. The show, that first aired in 1990, was axed in 1991, which never allowed the show to properly conclude. The comeback was hinted at in the series “when the spirit of murdered beauty queen Laura Palmer whispered to FBI agent Dale Cooper that she would see him again in 25 years,” according to Daily Mail.
Keeping her word, the series is set to shoot January 7th in Los Angeles after a series of casting calls were conducted for the re-boot. The criteria for the auditions included, “HOT Caucasian girl, BRUNETTE OR REDHEADS ONLY, to play waitress. Age 18-27. MUST have amazing body. Busty, very period looking face. Please submit two current color photos (one body shot, one face shot), your sizes, union status, and contact info to: SandeAlessiCasting@gmail.com”
The cult classic first aired in 1990, and in it’s pilot-episode raked in the highest-rated two-hour television event for the 1989-90 season with a 22 rating, and was viewed by 33 per cent of the audience. In the year 1990 alone, the show gained 14 Emmy nominations, according to Daily Mail. However, after being told to wrap up the Laura Palmer murder mystery plot-line by producers, Lynch struggled to keep viewers interested into the second season because of a faulty plot point. The show was canceled shortly after its sharp decrease in viewers. However, over the years, it has obtained a hefty cult following.
Meanwhile, I am scavenging for chopped lumber all over my home, in false hopes that I may get to audition as the Log Lady from Twin Peaks. If there was one character of this show that deserved their own spin-off series, it was the Log Lady and her damn log.