Agent Cooper fans rejoice! The entire series of Twin Peaks is available on Blu-ray at long last. Twin Peaks: The Entire Mystery encompasses both the show’s 30-episode run as well as the film prequel, Fire Walk With Me. Special features include a documentary containing cast and crew interviews, 90 minutes of deleted scenes from the film, and episode introductions narrated by the Log Lady.
I only just began the series on Netflix last week, after a couple visiting out-of-town friends sat and re-watched early episodes with me. I’d been annoyed two years ago after I read a major spoiler in the intro of Alan Sepinwall’s book and spitefully swore never to watch it. But friends recommend it again and again — and, in Sepinwall’s defense (not that it’s needed), this show has been off the air for more than two decades.
Twin Peaks originally aired on ABC for two seasons in 1990 and 1991. The cult classic took place in eastern Washington state and was co-created by David Lynch of Blue Velvet and Mulholland Drive fame, among other unsettling films.
This collection became available July 29. If you want to know who really killed Laura Palmer, pick this up this weekend — along with plenty of coffee and some damn good pie.