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David Bowie Was Supposed To Be A Part Of 'Twin Peaks' Series: 5 Fascinating Facts About The TV Show

Date December 18, 2017 13:54

Twin Peaks is an American mystery drama TV series that first began airing on April 8, 1990. Even though it was a big hit in the beginning, it was cancelled in the second season (in 1991), leading to a decline in ratings. Despite the fact that it only ran for two short seasons, it still made an impression on viewers who continue to reference it to this day.

Twin Peaks revival

In October 2014, producers announced that a limited series of the show was in the works. According to the information, these episodes were not going to be a remake of Twin Peaks, but rather, a continuation.

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Kyle Maclachlan, Mädchen Amick, Sherilyn Fenn, Jenifer Jason Leigh, Amanda Seyfried, Naomi Watts, and other members of the original cast were said to return. This limited series premiered on May 21, 2017, and featured 18 episodes.

5 fun facts about the show

1. David Bowie was supposed to be a part of the cast of the 2017 reboot. Unfortunately, he passed away in January 2016.

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2. Josie Packard was supposed to be Italian.

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3. For $230 a night, you can spend some time at the infamous Great Northen Hotel from the show.

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4. The mother of Rashida Jones (from Parks and Recreation) was in Twin Peaks. Her name is Norma Jennings and she played Peggy Lipton in the show.

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5. Marilyn Monroe's story had a lot to do with the show: Co-creators of Twin Peaks, Mark Frost and David Lynch, were initially going to create a Marilyn Monroe biopic which was titled Goddess. Even though it was never produced, they incorporated the idea into Agent Cooper's monologue on Twin Peaks.

There are two things that continue to trouble me, and I'm speaking now not only as an agent of the bureau but also as a human being. What really went on between Marilyn Monroe and the Kennedys, and who really pulled the trigger on JFK.

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Will Kyle Maclachlan win another Golden Globes for his role?

26 years ago, Maclachlan won the Golden Globes award for his performance on Twin Peaks and people are wondering if history will repeat itself. He was recently nominated for the same role following the revival of the show. He shared his reaction in the video below.

Will MacLachlan be taking home the Golden Globes again? Well, only time will tell.

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