Kyle MacLachlan from "Twin Peaks."
Suzanne Tenner/Showtime via AP
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Nearly three decades after its debut, "Twin Peaks," the cult TV series that paved the way for a new age of television, returned Sunday with cable network Showtime taking the series from ABC, home of the first two seasons. Most of the show's actors are in the dark about all the details of the small-town drama's revival. Director David Lynch, who co-created the early '90s series, also returned to direct the reboot of the cult series, his first major project since he directed the film "Inland Empire" 11 years ago."Twin Peaks" has already cemented its status as a TV masterpiece. Neither soap opera nor crime series – but simultaneously a bit of both, with a pinch of the supernatural – the show defied all labels.
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