The cast of Twin Peaks has come together in support of series co-creator David Lynch, amid news that he was leaving the 2016 revival.
Numerous cast members from beloved cult series Twin Peaks have voice their support of Lynch in a new video, posted by Welcome To Twin Peaks. The visionary director was slated to direct all nine episodes of the 2016 revival through Showtime, though he publicly quit the project Sunday due to failed negotiations with the network.
With many Twin Peaks fans upset, several cast members (as well as Lynch's own daughter Jennifer Lynch) reveal in a new video what Twin Peaks would be like without him.
"Twin Peaks without David Lynch is like a girl without a secret," says Sheryl Lee (who played Laura Palmer) in the video.
Other actors present in the video with their own message include Dana Ashbrook (Bobby), Sherilyn Fenn (Audrey), Mädchen Amick (Shelly), Peggy Lipton (Norman), James Marshall (James), Kimmy Robertson (Lucy), Gary Hershberger (Mike Nelson), Catherine E. Coulson (The Log Lady), Wendy Robie (Nadine) and Al Strobel (The One Armed Man), plus Jennifer. Grace Zabriskie (Sarah Palmer) and Charlotte Stewart (Betty Briggs) have their own messages as well, though only through text.
The video ends with the hashtag #SaveTwinPeaks.
It is not known at the moment if Showtime is still negotiating with David after this development, though all of these actors supporting him could mean that they won't star in the revival unless he is back.
Showtime originally scheduled Twin Peaks to return in 2016 though the project may be pushed back if negotiations continue.
Twin Peaks Cast In Support of David Lynch and #SaveTwinPeaks
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Posted by Welcome to Twin Peaks on Tuesday, April 7, 2015