Twin Peaks Season 3 will return to television screens on May 21 but not much is known about the show yet. Meanwhile, Michael Bisping will be seen in a minor role in the upcoming season while Agent Dale Cooper returns after 25 years.
Twin Peaks Season 3 definitely appears to be a highly secretive project since fans are yet to be aware of the story, roles, and plot. According to International Business Times AU Edition, Michael Bisping said that though he is a part of the project, he is still ignorant about “what happens” in Season 3.
Michael Bisping Did Not Receive Script over Email
Viewers will see the UFC star in a small role in the upcoming season, he recently shared that Season 3 is highly confidential. The makers did not even mail him the script as they were apprehensive that it could be leaked.
Bisping also said that they had telephonic discussions and he had to make notes at times during those chats. “I had to write it down. They told me over the phone. That’s how secretive they were, It was crazy,” the artist said.
Meanwhile, Independent reported that despite the hush-hush, some details are known like which new actors have been added and which cast members will reprise their roles. However, a surprise was still waiting for the show’s viewers.
Details are coming in about the initial glimpse of Kyle MacLachlan who will reprise the role of FBI Special Agent Dale Cooper. Incidentally, the actor was last seen in the same role in Twin Peaks Fire Walk With Me, a film which was released way back in 1992.
The premiere episode of Twin Peaks Season 3 will be aired on May 21 at 9 p.m. ET on Showtime in the United States. Viewers in Australia can watch the show on May 22. It will be streamed on Stan at 1 p.m. Season 3 constitutes of 18 episodes in total.
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