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New footage revealed in Twin Peaks trailer

Get a glimpse of the Black Lodge, Laura Palmer's house and the Double R Diner, which have a few alterations, in this new Twin Peaks video from Showtime.

The Black Lodge, the Sheriff's Department and the Double R Diner are well-known to Twin Peaks fans, but if those Peaks freaks closely study a new video from Showtime, they might notice a few changes.

In the clip, "The Town of Twin Peaks," posted Friday by Showtime, fans finally get a glimpse at some of the locations that'll be seen in the revival of the mysterious series.

The video starts with the eerie metaphysical place fans know as the Black Lodge, but alas, it's empty.

The video also shows off new footage of the Twin Peaks Sheriff's Department, as well as the neon sign to the Bang Bang Bar (inside the Roadhouse) reflected in a puddle of water.

The Double R Diner now has RR2Go! painted on the side of the building. Fun fact: This is a working diner called Twede's Cafe, which fans can visit in North Bend, Washington. The cafe even boasts a minimuseum of behind-the-scenes photos taken during the filming of the original "Twin Peaks," from the '90s.

The exterior of the Double R Diner in Twin Peaks, where Agent Cooper once said, "This must be where pies go when they die."

The exterior of the Double R Diner in Twin Peaks, where Agent Cooper once said, "This must be where pies go when they die."

Video screenshot by Bonnie Burton/CNET

The clip also shows fog-filled forests and the a new scene of the Fat Trout Trailer Park, where the character Teresa Banks lived for a month before being killed in the original series. The sign to the trailer park does say "New" on it.

Footage of the Laura Palmer family home is seen at night in the trailer, which makes us wonder if the home is still for sale in real life. Sadly, there's no one looking out the windows or lurking in the shrubs outside the house. And there's no white horse in the living room window either.

Though the new Showtime series is set to debut in less than a month, fans are still anxiously waiting more peeks into "Twin Peaks."

We already know the show will feature familiar characters such as Agent Cooper (Kyle MacLachlan), Audrey Horne (Sherilyn Fenn), Shelly Johnson (Madchen Amick), FBI Regional Bureau Chief Gordon Cole (David Lynch), Deputy Hawk (Michael Horse), Bobby Briggs (Dana Ashbrook), Deputy Andy Brennan (Harry Goaz), James Hurley (James Marshall), Denise/Dennis Bryson (David Duchovny) and Doctor Jacoby (Russ Tamblyn). Here's hoping Showtime gives us a look soon at some of the new cast members, who include actors Laura Dern, Monica Bellucci, Ashley Judd and Nine Inch Nails front man Trent Reznor.

"Twin Peaks" -- the 18-hour limited event series on Showtime -- is scheduled to debut with a two-hour premiere on May 21 at 9 p.m. ET/PT.

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