Favorite Show Canceled? Try These New Fall Shows!

THE GOOD PLACE / THIS IS US (Image Credit: NBC)

THE GOOD PLACE / THIS IS US (Image Credit: NBC)

We all know that soul-crushing feeling when a show you love gets canceled. But perhaps 30 Rock’s Dr. Spaceman can steer you in the right direction. So, your TV show ended… now what? Continue reading

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What we want to see in the new season of ‘Twin Peaks’!

TWIN PEAKS (Image Credit: Lynch/Frost Productions)

TWIN PEAKS (Image Credit: Lynch/Frost Productions)

We’re ready to go back to a place both wonderful and strange. As Laura Palmer promised, we’ll see Twin Peaks again after 25 years when Showtime airs new installments of the show, all directed and written by original creators David Lynch and Mark Frost. The season two cliffhanger and the show’s 1991 cancellation left us with many burning questions, some of which (How’s Annie? Where’s Audrey? Cooper, are you alright?) will be answered come 2016. Here is what we want to see – Continue reading

TWIN PEAKS (Image Credit: Lynch/Frost Productions)

5 reasons why David Lynch’s ‘Twin Peaks’ will always be excellent

TWIN PEAKS (Image Credit: Lynch/Frost Productions)

TWIN PEAKS (Image Credit: Lynch/Frost Productions)

David Lynch is a unique creature. His works are something of mental labyrinths, stimulating and at times seemingly impossible to figure out (most notably Lost Highway and Inland Empire). But at the same time, that’s the beauty of them. His early ‘90s TV show Twin Peaks might be his most accessible (and arguably most popular) creation considering its cult classic status. Here are five reasons why you should check it out: Continue reading

Sherilyn Fenn as Audrey Horne and Kyle MacLachlan as Agent Dale Cooper in TWIN PEAKS

TV Crush: Agent Dale Cooper of ‘Twin Peaks’

Sherilyn Fenn as Audrey Horne and Kyle MacLachlan as Agent Dale Cooper in TWIN PEAKS

Sherilyn Fenn as Audrey Horne and Kyle MacLachlan as Agent Dale Cooper in TWIN PEAKS (Image Credit: Lynch/Frost Productions)

When a young, beautiful girl named Laura Palmer is murdered, the quite town of Twin Peaks is up in arms. Since Laura, a blonde homecoming queen, was loved by everyone, the people of the town are shocked by her death. The police bring in an outsider, FBI Special Agent Cooper, to solve the mysterious murder because of the severity and brutality of the crime. Cooper, who is by far my favorite TV character, soon discovers that Laura was leading a double life and that a lot of the inhabitants of Twin Peaks are involved in nasty business. Drug smuggling, prostitution, witchcraft, wife beating, you name it, they’re involved in it. Needless to say, Twin Peaks is not a series I can watch alone at night (I’m still haunted by the vision of Bob in my dreams). Continue reading