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Picks up 25 years after the inhabitants of a quaint northwestern town are stunned when their homecoming queen is murdered.


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Series cast summary:
...  Dale Cooper / ... 18 episodes, 2017
...  Laura Palmer / ... 18 episodes, 2017
...  Deputy Chief Tommy 'Hawk' Hill 14 episodes, 2017
...  FBI Agent Tammy Preston 11 episodes, 2017
...  FBI Agent Albert Rosenfield 12 episodes, 2017
...  FBI Deputy Director Gordon Cole 11 episodes, 2017
...  Sheriff Frank Truman 10 episodes, 2017
...  Lucy Brennan 10 episodes, 2017
...  Janey-E Jones 10 episodes, 2017
...  Diane Evans 9 episodes, 2017
...  Sonny Jim Jones 9 episodes, 2017
...  Deputy Andy Brennan 9 episodes, 2017
...  Phillip Gerard 9 episodes, 2017
...  Deputy Chad Broxford 8 episodes, 2017
...  Bushnell Mullins 8 episodes, 2017


Picks up 25 years after the inhabitants of a quaint northwestern town are stunned when their homecoming queen is murdered.

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At least I figured out the alleged High Ratings here on IMDb for this DRECK
16 July 2017 | by See all my reviews

Quite simply, I loved the original TP. I even like most of David Lynch's work, although not all of it. But in watching this, all I can say is, DL, either go BACK on your meds, or get OFF of your meds-- whichever is making you think that this crap is worth watching. If it gets renewed, I'll know that you obviously have the pictures of some studio boss somewhere, with a kid and a dog. And you KNOW what I mean.

The ratings? Want to amuse yourself? All those haughty 10-star ratings, saying "if you don't get it, well, go watch some drivel someplace?" Click through and look at the OTHER ratings from those folks. Oh, wait...almost NONE of them have, wait for it, any other rating or review--ever. And that one review is for TP 2017, as it happens.

You know, all these years, I've never really believed in the big Paid Reviewer conspiracy/meme that's been all over the Net--but I do now. All these inexplicable 10 ratings, for a show that is simply dreck--and wow!--all these raving fans of auteurs everywhere, have ONLY decided to review ONE SINGLE SHOW? C'mon...paid reviews, anyone? I'm surprised, IMDb--you're owned by Amazon, and I'd have thought you'd have tumbled to this by now, as you've banned it on the Mothership site.

The show is simply unwatchable. I've tried, I have, but the myriad criticisms leveled by other reviewers here are accurate--the show is slowed down to beyond boredom level. In ep 7, Lynch runs film of a guy sweeping up a bar, for TWO MINUTES, after which, the bartender answers a phone call and has a cryptic convo about 15-y.o. hookers. Two minutes? Then we have this ridiculous discussion between Henry Horne, and Ashley Judd, wasting another 5 minutes, in her office, chasing some "hum." The nonsense with Dale Cooper being a Zombie? We watch him stumble around, monosyllabic--not even knowing how to pee(??)--for WEEKS? And nobody takes him to a doc? Nobody notices that he acts like he's had a stroke? His domineering wife doesn't domineer him to a doctor?

The whole "symbolism" shtick is simply agonizing. The psuedo-60's- trippy "let's see someone's consciousness" stuff is, well, 50 years old. If I see one more distorted-convo crap, I'll shoot my TV. And, of course, Lynch HAD TO put himself in there, as Deaf Albert, which wasn't that damn amusing originally, much less now.

What a SHAME. I was dying to see this I'm dying to never see it again. It's simply horrible. I literally cannot see any sane studio exec in charge of properties greenlighting this. I'm sure it sounded like a great idea--who wouldn't think so, reinvigorating TP, right, the cultural phenom of the 90's?--but this is NOT what anyone expected. The only thing that this has to do with TP is ripping off the same characters and same actors. Even the shtick--like the ever- idiotic Lucy--is old and tired. Watching Lucy flip backwards in her chair, because she's "scared" that the Sheriff walks in, while talking to her ON the phone, after a quarter century of cellphones? Oh, come ON. Lucy was naive, and sweet, and not bright, but she wasn't a moron.

Enough. DL, retire gracefully from the field. This was an egregious misstep.

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