SDCC 2017: 10 Things We Learned From The Twin Peaks Panel

It was a damn good panel indeed.

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If you didn’t know about the Twin Peaks panel at San Diego Comic-Con last week then Hello-oh-ohh! Where have you been?

For the first time ever, Showtime poured out their own special blend of damn fine coffee (presumably brewed in something other than fish-ridden percolators) to sit down for a panel presentation in the legendary Hall H at SDCC 2017.

A number of Twin Peaks cast members from both the original series and The Return appeared on the panel, including Kyle MacLachlan, Naomi Watts, Tim Roth, Dana Ashbrook, Kimmy Robertson, Matthew Lillard, Everett McGill, James Marshall, and Don Murray, with Lost co-creator and showrunner Damon Lindelof moderating the hour-long discussion.

Throughout the session, the cast reminisced about their personal experiences working with the show’s enigmatic director David Lynch, how they found out about the revival, and their knowledge of the series prior to production.

However, due to the nature of the yrev, very mysterious show, we can't quite promise that this post will contain as many secrets as Laura Palmer’s diary - but you're going to want to click through to see all of the highlights from the exclusive event regardless.

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Adele Ankers is a freelance writer by day and a bespectacled blogger by night, kind of like a superhero without the conceited cape. She is a self-confessed cinephile and the proud founder of her own perpetual movie marathon, comprised of genuine greats, forgotten oddities and everything in-between. All words are her own, including any use of emojis - which is the only other language that she is fluent in aside from English.

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