FiveThirtyEight analyzed all 33 seasons to figure out what makes a winner.
It's been over 25 years since "Twin Peaks" last graced our screens and about a decade since David Lynch's last movie. Is the coffee as fresh and mysterious as ever, or did someone put a fish in the percolator? Here's what reviews say.
You know something terrible has happened when she cuts her hair short.
David Lynch and Mark Frost’s groundbreaking series returns to a crowded field of competitive oddness.
So many comedy stars show up in this trailer that we lost count. (One disgraced cycling star shows up too.) 'Tour De Pharmacy' premieres July 8 on HBO.
The networks have made it clear they want to be a safe harbor in a rapidly changing and uncertain world for viewers and advertisers.
It’s easy to forget that there was a time when every identity design or title sequence was made physically.
For 23 seasons, the LeVar Burton-hosted show taught generations of kids to love the written word. Here's how they did it.
Pictured above is "Laura Palmer's Theme" by Angelo Badalamenti, written with David Lynch at his side, in MIDI piano roll notation. Without knowing it, Lynch and Badalamenti made MIDI art before the internet made it cool.
Hollywood's obsession with superheroes may have led to the arrival of "The Orange Sphincter," a superhero who has come from Planet Asshole to save mankind.
We’re a long way from Gilead, praise be, but pollution can hurt fertility.
The dark and surreal logging town of Twin Peaks is perhaps the most important character of the David Lynch TV show. Season 3 of "Twin Peaks" will premiere on Showtime on May 21.
No one has gone after Trump harder than the ‘Late Night’ host.
In the Black Lodge of the Trump years, we need Agent Cooper's resilient humanity.
The eerie murder mystery is back for another season — but in Snoqualmie Valley, the truth can be even more frightening than fiction
Netflix mashed up our favorite shows to create a monster.
It’s the early ’90s in the Pacific Northwest — what’s really in that mug? Eater investigates.
Even though this new show is set in Trek's "Prime" timeline, 10 years before the original series, it sure looks to have taken some stylistic inspiration from JJ Abrams' interpretation of the universe.
The show’s original cast — Jason Bateman, Michael Cera, Jeffrey Tambor, Jessica Walter, Will Arnett, Tony Hale, Portia de Rossi, David Cross and Alia Shawkat — are set for Season 5.
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