'Twin Peaks' revival
Actor Kyle MacLachlan poses during a photocall for the television series "Twin Peaks" during the annual MIPCOM television programme market in Cannes, France, October 17, 2016. Reuters/Eric Gaillard

The '90s American serial drama “Twin Peaks” created by Mark Frost and David Lynch will be making a comeback this year. Two new teasers are already out, and as expected, they are enigmatic and eerie at the same time.

“Twin Peaks” has often been referred to as one of the greatest television dramas ever made. It was so popular that it even captured a cult following and had been the topic of interest for many TV shows, comic books, video games, etc. Unfortunately, the show lasted for only two seasons. In 1992, a film was made and presumably served as both a prequel and epilogue. It was titled “Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me.”

In 2014, Showtime announced the show’s revival but only as a limited event series. According to IndieWire, it has been scheduled to premiere on May 21 this year. The upcoming series has been written by the original show creators Lynch and Frost. David Lynch is also directing the show. And if reports are to be believed, many original cast members of the show, including actor Kyle MacLachlan, will be seen in the show’s revival season.

Now, beholding the series extensive popularity since yester-years, it won’t be wrong to say that fans will obsess over every bit of information coming up from the show’s end. And so it happened after new promo “Body” made its way to the Internet.

The 30-second clip took fans for a revisit to the sad fate of Laura Palmer, whose murder kicked off the curious case. It primarily consisted an old footage where Palmer’s body could be seen wrapped in plastic. The clip was enough for conspiracy theories to spew out.

Here are some of the dominating theories from the Internet regarding the first video:

  • If the video speed is reduced to 1/4, one can see Laura’s eyes briefly open and close briefly in the body bag.
  • The photograph from the video appears to be taken out from its original frame and hastily taped to a piece of cardboard. The current owner of the photo remains unknown.

The second video brings back old memories of Kyle MacLachlan's Special Agent Cooper. Watch the promos below.

"Twin Peaks" revival season returns on May 21, at 9:00 p.m. on Showtime in the US. The UK premiere happens around the same time, 2:00 a.m. on May 22 on Sky Atlantic. The British premiere will telecast again on May 23 at 9:00 p.m. An Australia release date hasn’t been confirmed yet.