Canadians looking to catch the Twin Peaks revival, here’s where you can watch.
Bell Media acquired the rights to Showtime’s revival of the cult classic ABC series that aired for two seasons in 1990-1991. Created by Mark Frost and David Lynch, the series followed an investigation headed by FBI agent Dale Cooper (played by Kyle MacLachlan) into the murder of homecoming queen Laura Palmer (Sheryl Lee) in the fictional town of Twin Peaks, Washington. A follow-up feature film Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me was released in 1992 and served as a prequel to the events that occurred on the television series.
Showtime announced plans of a limited series back in October 2014 which would be written by both Frost and Lynch, with Lynch directing. The 18-episode limited series will premiere on Sunday, May 21, and will run until September 3 (with a 2-hour finale).
In Canada, the Twin Peaks revival will be available to subscribers of The Movie Network with the 2-hour premiere (episodes one and two) at 9 p.m. ET (on TMN1). Twin Peaks will be available on TMN On Demand as episodes roll out, beginning May 23 until October 3, 2017. Parts 3 and 4 will air on May 28 and then an episode will roll out on a weekly basis beginning June 4, with Part 5.
Twin Peaks will also stream on CraveTV in Canada, beginning with Parts 1 & 2 on Sunday, May 21. Parts 3 & 4 will be made available as “sneak peeks” following the premiere event, Part 5 set to premiere on Sunday, June 4.
For those who need a recap on what happened in the first two seasons, check out the clip below.