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2.) “Twin Peaks.” The story of “Twin Peaks” is strange, both in front of and behind the camera. The wacky series was and still is the brainchild of filmmaker David Lynch and writer Mark Frost. (Shown above right in one of the images for this piece is special agent Dale Cooper, played by actor Kyle MacLachlan.)

The serialized show about the death of a high school girl named Laura Palmer and the possibly supernatural town of Twin Peaks was canceled after only two seasons in 1991, but fans stacked up over the years by binge-watching on Netflix and other platforms.

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It all led to Showtime’s decision to give Lynch and Frost the opportunity and free rein to make 18 episodes of absolute weirdness to cap off their series — over 20 years after the original show ended.

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Ten episodes into its run, “Twin Peaks” is beloved by many and frustrating to others, but all of them are talking and debating. The series led to a huge number of new subscribers to Showtime, and it’s always trending on social media when it’s on.

Love or hate each episode, it’s a mix of strange, unexplainable phenomena, and surprising emotion that will have you perplexed, intrigued, and ready to talk to the nearest fan once it’s over. (go to page 3 to continue reading) [lz_pagination]