Get Prepared to Get Weird: ‘Twin Peaks’ Has an Official Premiere Date

Showtime’s highly anticipated Twin Peaks revival will open with a two-hour premiere on Sunday, Could 21 at 9 p.m., the network announced today.

The 18-hour limited series will follow a slightly weird pattern, which, frankly, seems suitable: Instantly following the two-hour premiere, the third and fourth hours (for some explanation Showtime is referring to the instalments as “hours” rather than “episodes”) will be available for Showtime subscribers to stream on the channel’s on-demand platforms.

At San Diego’s Comic-Con in the summer of 2016, it was revealed that David Lynch, the brilliantly strange thoughts behind the original Twin Peaks, will direct all 18 episodes himself.

The revival picks up 25 years right after the events of the original series, which aired from 1990-1991, and will see the return of old cast members — like Sheryl Lee (Laura Palmer), Kyle MacLachlan (Agent Dale Cooper), and Mädchen Amick (Shelly Johnson) — as nicely as a whole whack of newcomers, including Naomi Watts, Michael Cera, Amanda Seyfried, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Laura Dern, Ernie Hudson, Ashley Judd, and Trent Reznor. And worry not: The revival will also see the return of Lynch himself in the part of the donut-munching Gordon Cole. Both seasons of the original Twin Peaks are streaming on Netflix now would be a great time to catch up.


Red Hot Chili Peppers Premiere &quotGo Robot&quot Music Video

Red Hot Chili Peppers’ new music video for the disco-flavored “Go Robot,” which was shot more than two days in Brooklyn, was directed by Thoranna Sigurdardottir (Zelos, Noah).

It was inspired by and recreates classic scenes from Saturday Night Fever and characteristics the identical locations utilized in the film. Dancer and performer Stephanie Crousillat (Punchdrunk’s Sleep No More) tends to make a cameo.

The band’s new album, The Getaway, which was created by Danger Mouse and mixed by Nigel Godrich, Is out now. 

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Metallica Premiere New Song &quotHardwired&quot and Announce Information of Upcoming Album

Metallica’s new album will come out November 18 and will be a double disc.

Titled Hardwired…to Self Destruct, the album will function 12 news songs, including “Hardwired,” which you can hear under.

The band gave “Hardwired” its debut in a Facebook Live broadcast, shown below, from Metallica HQ in San Francisco. Drummer Lars Ulrich and bassist Robert Trujillo spoke about the new disc, with Ulrich noting, “The album’s not actually completed. It will be completed in the subsequent week or so.” Ulrich also announced a Metallica pop-up store occasion in Minneapolis, where they are playing a concert this Saturday.


Hardwired…to Self Destruct is the adhere to-up to 2008’s Death Magnetic. The album will be sold in a variety of formats, like regular and deluxe CDs, vinyl and digital. A box-set edition with the deluxe versions of the CD, vinyl and digital as effectively as lithographs and LP-themed buttons will also be offered.

The complete track list for the album and deluxe editions is beneath the video.

Hardwired…to Self-Destruct Track List

Disc 1
1. “Hardwired”
2. “Atlas, Rise!”
three. “Now That We’re Dead”
4. “Moth into Flame”
5. “Am I Savage?”
6. “Halo on Fire”

Disc Two
1. “Confusion”
two. “Dream No More”
three. “ManUNkind”
four. “Here Comes Revenge”
5. “Murder One”
6. “Spit Out the Bone”

Disc 3 (Deluxe Edition only)
“Lords Of Summer”
“Riff Charge (Riff Origins)”
“N.W.O.B.H.M. A.T.M. (Riff Origins)”
“Tin Shot (Riff Origins)”
“Plow (Riff Origins)”
“Sawblade (Riff Origins)”
“RIP (Riff Origins)”
“Lima (Riff Origins)”
“91 (Riff Origins)”
“MTO (Riff Origins)”
“RL72 (Riff Origins)”
“Frankenstein (Riff Origins)”
“CHI (Riff Origins)”
“X Dust (Riff Origins)”

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