Fans of David Lynch’s “Twin Peaks” were left wanting more—so much more—when the show went off the air in 1991 after only two seasons.
Now, THR reports that there’s even more on the horizon for sore enthusiasts. Lynch’s co-creator and executive producer, Mark Frost, has written a book that reveals what the residents of Twin Peaks have been up to these 20-plus years the show has been off the air. This news, of course, follows closely on the heels of another major “Twin Peaks” announcement—that the series is returning to Showtime in 2016, at least for a nine episode run.
Frost’s book, “The Secret Lives of Twin Peaks,” promises to dig deeper into the murder mystery that kicked off the series in 1990. The writer/co-creator claims, “This has long been a dream project of mine that will bring a whole other aspect of the world of Twin Peaks to life, for old fans and new. I couldn’t be more thrilled.”
Equally thrilled fans needn’t worry about having to wait until 2016 to read the book. “The Secret Lives of Twin Peaks” will be published by Macmillan subsidiary, Flatiron Books, and is due to his shelves in 2015, well before the Showtime episodes premiere. International fans don’t have to worry about tracking down this read, as publishers have already been confirmed in European and South American markets, including Brazil, Italy, the U.K., and Germany. Share your theories below……