By Eric Eidelstein | Indiewire June 10, 2014 at 4:45PM
Although most of us "Twin Peaks" fans have been waiting with bated breath for any new information about the acclaimed drama that first aired in the early 90s, none of us would have predicted that 25 years later David Lynch would release a series of interviews with the Palmer family. That's Lynch for you, though.
The show, which revolves around the mysterious death of teenage beauty Laura Palmer in the fictional town of Twin Peaks, Washington, was cancelled prematurely due to network issues and a decline in viewership. Still, even off-air the show has maintained a relatively high cult following.
Earlier today, CBS announced they will be releasing Lynch's interviews with the Palmer family -- Laura, Leland and Sarah -- as part of the "Twin Peaks - The Entire Mystery" Blu-ray package, which will be released on July 29th. The package will also include never before seen deleted scenes and unused footage.
Fortunately for diehards, the network has provided us with a snippet of one of the "Between Two Worlds" interviews. It's a short conversation between Lynch and the family patriarch, Leland Palmer. Taking place in between two worlds, at some sort of restaurant/cafe location, Lynch asks Leland what he remembers feeling about his wife and daughter, 25 years after her death (and his own). For those of you who've watched Lynch's landmark TV program, it's a sight to behold.
Check out the video below and look forward to more snippets every Tuesday from CBS.