Soon, the owls will once again fly through the dark reaches of "Twin Peaks." The new show will pick up 25 years after the original ended on a maddening cliffhanger. On Tuesday, Showtime released the first behind-the-scenes look at where "Twin Peaks" picks up in modern times.
A host of "Twin Peaks" veterans, ranging from Kyle MacLachlan (Agent Cooper) to Kimmy Robertson (Lucy Moran), appear in the clip. "There's nothing like it," MacLachlan says. "Revisiting all this territory. There's a freshness to it. There's a lightness to it."
Conspicuously absent from the video are "Twin Peaks" creators David Lynch and Mark Frost. We do see some glimpses of Lynch in a director's chair.
The behind-the-scenes peek is designed to intrigue and entice viewers without giving anything away. Familiar scenery of misty pine forests, an abandoned smoke stack, a waterfall and the front of the Twin Peaks Sheriff's Department building slips in between the interview snippets.
If "Twin Peaks" fans weren't already excited enough for the show's return, this video will stoke the flames of anticipation. The new "Twin Peaks" will debut on Showtime in 2017.