Twin Peaks returns to television after a 20-year hiatus tonight, to the great delight of fans the world over. The reboot/revival/third season of Lynch’s famously enigmatic drama will air its two-hour season premiere tonight at 9 pm on Showtime, immediately after which the third and fourth episodes will be released on Showtime’s OTT streaming service, Showtime Anytime.
But if you don’t have Showtime or you simply can’t wait until this evening for new Twin Peaks content, there’s another option! Glenda, a short with its own ideas about the haps in Twin Peaks’ 25 years after Laura Palmer’s death. The film had its world premiere at Slamdance last year, and it follows Lucy Moran’s daughter, Glenda (Christine Moore armed with a spot-on Kimmy Robertson impression), as the young woman searches for answers in her mysterious hometown. The attentive viewer will catch some familiar residents on Lucy’s journey, and the ending boasts a cameo that’ll have you cheering.
In Lynchian fashion, we’re not going to tell you any more than that. If you want answers, you’ll have to watch in wonder like the rest of us. Not that you’ll mind — the cinematography and sound design are such perfect tributes to Lynch’s style, the only thing that’d make you feel more like you’re back in the town of Twin Peaks is hitching a ride up to Washington with Agent Dale Cooper himself.
In anticipation of Twin Peaks Season 3, here is our re-imagining of Twin Peaks "25 years later." Lucy's daughter Glenda searches for answers in her mother's mysterious hometown. The peculiar residents of Twin Peaks help her on her quest as only they can.Directed by PuppettProduced by Stacy Pippi Hammon and Christine MooreWritten by Jordan HassayStarring Christine Moore and Jesse Holcomb, and all male voices by Taliesin Jaffe
Posted by Christine Moore on Thursday, May 18, 2017
Glenda was directed by Puppett (Wedlocked, Catfish: The TV Series), written by Jordan Hassay and stars Christine Moore (Two Broke Girls, June, Adrift) and Jesse Holcomb (Familiar).