Though it only lasted for two seasons, David Lynch's shockingly original TV drama TWIN PEAKS forever changed the face of primetime television. A bizarre, ingenious, hilarious, and terrifying murder-mystery set in the Pacific Northwest logging town of Twin Peaks, the series opened with the discovery of the body of Laura Palmer (Sheryl Lee), a seemingly straitlaced high school student. Assigned to the case is FBI Special Agent Dale Cooper (Kyle MacLachlan), a quirky man who converses regularly with Diane, his portable tape recorder. As Cooper settles into his life in Twin Peaks, he meets a revolving cast of characters who are all off-kilter in their own personal way. Gradually, the town's facade of extreme normality begins to crack mightily, revealing an endless barrage of schemes, fronts, and hidden relationships that expose Twin Peaks as the disturbed, unsettling town that it is. Long awaited by TWIN PEAKS fans, this special collection presents the complete series along with the show's shocking pilot which, due to legal entanglements, eluded previous sets.
Warren Frost - Dr. William Heyward - "Twin Peaks"
David Duchovny - American actor, CALIFORNICATION, X-FILES
Heather Graham - American actress, BOOGIE NIGHTS
Grace Zabriskie - American Character Actress
David Lynch - American director
Mark Frost - Screenwriter/Director
Peggy Lipton - Julie Barnes of TV's "The Mod Squad"
Frank Silva - Twin Peaks - "Killer Bob"
Jack Nance - frequent collaborator of David Lynch; Henry in "Eraserhead"
John Nance - frequent collaborator of David Lynch; Henry in "Eraserhead"
Billy Zane - American actor, TITANIC
Michael Ontkean - Canadian Actor
Madchen Amick - American Film/TV Actress
Mädchen Amick - American Film/TV Actress
Sherilyn Fenn - American Actress
Kyle MacLachlan - American actor, SEX AND THE CITY, TWIN PEAKS
Lara Flynn Boyle - American actress, THE PRACTICE, THREESOME
Joan Chen - Actress
Chen Chong - Actress
"There are numerous fascinating frank mini-docs here, including interviews with many PEAKS participants..." -- Grade: B+ - 11/02/2007 Entertainment Weekly, p.52
"[W]ith crisp images that preserve the series's odd reddish tinge....TWIN PEAKS has had lasting influence..." - 12/18/2007 New York Times
5 stars out of 5 -- "It was the coolest show ever, and is still hypnotic 20 years on." - 05/01/2010 Empire