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Michael Cera, Jennifer Jason Leigh, and more join the cast of the highly-anticipated revival.
David Lynch will also reprise his role in Showtime's revival of the cult series.
Series vet Sherilyn Fenn is also coming back, too!
David Lynch's slice of insanity is coming back, and Showtime has the video to prove it.
If you've got nothing on your TV-viewing plate this holiday weekend, come on over to the TV.com table because there's something for everyone.
The series starts filming in September.
Like HBO, the network is partnering with Apple, but additional platforms will be made available in the future.
Whether he was animated or a pervert, Duchovny knew how to pick a role.
Do we truly need more of any of them?
A source close to the project says there's nothing to worry about.
The project might not be such a sure thing after all.
The actor made a surprise visit to the Television Critics Association winter press tour to announce the news.
Lynch and series co-creator Mark Frost will write nine episodes in 2016.
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