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Here Are the New TWIN PEAKS Opening Credits

Here Are the New TWIN PEAKS Opening Credits

If you haven’t had a chance to watch the new Twin Peaks yet–and as of this writing it just aired on the east coast, so odds are you may not have yet–we’re not going to spoil it. Just know that it was amazing! That, and it has new opening credits that are already online. Via Vulture, here they are, and no, they won’t spoil the plot at all:

Water. Nature. Red curtains. That carpet. It’s more abstract than the original lumber mill-centric network credits, to be sure, but then, freed from the constraints of the FCC and network ratings, so is the show. Also, these credits don’t run at the very beginning…and that’s all we’ll say about that.

Here, for comparison, is the original title sequence:

I feel like I know it, but sometimes my arms bend back.

Unfortunately, since Michael J. Anderson and David Lynch had a falling out way back, we’re not likely to see a new mystery man dance, but we can certainly hope for the classic music to show up in other semi-familiar places. And new Angelo Badalamenti-David Lynch score will certainly be a treat.

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Ah, memories. Give me back my garmonbozia.

Also, if you watched the episode and wondered what the song on the end credits was, it just got uploaded to YouTube:

Did you do as I did and order Showtime just for the run of the series? What musical moments are you hoping to find along the way? Did I drink enough damn fine coffee while watching the new pilot to keep rambling on? What’s the deal with the owls? How’s Annie? What kind of gum did he like that’s coming back in style, anyway?

Please leave us your answers in comments, if they exist.

 

Images: Showtime/CBS

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