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  1. Original Twin Peaks Cast Get Into Character, Make Video in Support of David Lynch’s Return

    "Twin Peaks without David Lynch is like drape runners without cotton balls."

    In what may have been the most dastardly negotiation tactic ever, David Lynch bowed out of Showtime's new season of Twin Peaks last weekend citing negotiation difficulties and budget constraints. Since then, the cast banded together to create a video expressing what we all know to be true: without David Lynch, Twin Peaks just isn't Twin Peaks.

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  2. WE COULD HAVE HAD IT ALL: David Lynch Has Left Showtime’s Twin Peaks Revival

    Damn damn damn damn damn, Diane.

    It (as in network stupidity preventing David Lynch from realizing his creative vision) is happening again: in an announcement on Facebook, the Twin Peaks creator revealed that he will no longer be working on Showtime's revival of the show.

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  3. Twin Peaks Will Return for Season 3, But David Lynch’s Involvement Is in Doubt

    Every day, once a day, give yourself a Twin Peaks rumor.

    I know, I know: another day, another potentially devastating update about Twin Peaks Season 3. At least this one isn't all bad?

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  4. Damn Disappointing News: David Lynch Says Third Season of Twin Peaks May Be Cancelled

    Get the Bookhouse Boys on this, yesterday!

    I knew I should have stayed home today! Despite the announcement last October that David Lynch and writer Mark Frost would be returning to Twin Peaks for a Season 3 on Showtime, the director admitted during an appearance over the weekend that "there are complications" which may prevent the resurrection of the cult series.

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  5. 5 Ways to Feed Your Penny Dreadful Addiction Until Season 2

    Living in Los Angeles, there are advertisements for new movies, TV shows, and music everywhere. Most of the time they’re an eyesore as studios wrap entire city buses with them or cover large billboards in Hollywood with them. However, the ads for Penny Dreadful had me intrigued. I loved the name even though I had no idea what it meant.

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  6. Showtime Will Launch Its Own Standalone Streaming Service So You Won’t Have to Pirate Penny Dreadful

    Look what HBO hath wrought.

    On the heels of HBO's announcement that they'll finally be offering a non-cable-provider-based streaming service, it looks like Showtime will be launching one of their own. Your days of dodging malware to get your favorite shows without an expensive cable package are coming to an end! Not that any of you would do anything illegal...

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  7. Go Behind The Scenes Of Penny Dreadful Season 2 With Creepy New Video & Posters

    How can we wait TWO WHOLE MONTHS

    Penny Dreadful season two premieres on May 3rd, and Showtime is teasing us with small glimpses of what horrors await. This behind the scenes video is (just barely) giving us our Eva fix.

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  8. Things We Saw Today: Fight Evil By Moonlight In These Magical Leggings

    In the name of the moon, I need these on my body.

    We love these Sailor Moon fanart leggings from Lunariaboutique. Your legs will be magical girls! (via Fashionably Geek)

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  9. More Gum We Like Is Coming Back in Style: Two Familiar Faces Announce Return to Twin Peaks

    This un-spoilery featured image brought to you by newbie recaps.

    I say this with zero irony: what a time to be alive. (If you're watching Twin Peaks for the first time and following along with Jill's recaps, I suggest you stop reading here.)

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  10. Diane, Agent Dale Cooper’s Return to Twin Peaks Has Been Confirmed

    Put a pot of coffee on, Norma.

    If this is Lynch pandering, I hope he never stops.

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  11. Pray For Your Soul After Watching The Penny Dreadful Season Two Trailer

    QUEEN EVA RETURNS

    It's coming back, all my dear fans of Gothic and Victorian serialized horror, and it's bringing some surprises with it. Which, you know, shouldn't be surprising if you watched all of season one. Penny Dreadful returns with two extra episodes this season, as well as apparently a) Vanessa Ives being creepy as hell, b) The Phantom of the Opera?!, and c) HELEN MCCRORY BATHING IN BLOOD. April 26th can't come soon enough.

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  12. The Mary Sue’s Holiday Gift Guide, Part 5: Geek Chic!

    Gotta buy 'em all!

    Heck yes you want to look good this holiday season and all year round. What better time to stock up on goodies for you and your friends and family then right now? From geek chic clothing, to make-up, to jewelry, we've got all your best bets for keeping it cute in 2015 right here.

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  13. Damn Fine Breaking News: David Lynch Is Resurrecting Twin Peaks

    THERE IS A BOB!

    It is happening again: David Lynch is returning to Twin Peaks.

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  14. Get Your Eva Green Fix With This New Penny Dreadful Behind-The-Scenes Featurette

    With bonus and completely random Mass Effect content!

    Here's a frightful new behind-the-scenes segment on Penny Dreadful, taken from the first season Blu-Ray/DVD set! It includes lots of interviews with your faves - and a few newer faces, too (Helen McCrory!). Also, at the 1:00 minute mark, the background music for this video is absolutely without question "Leaving Earth" from the Mass Effect 3 soundtrack. I can't handle the combination of Mass Effect and Penny Dreadful. I need to lie down.

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  15. Penny Dreadful Season Two Is Magically Turning Dublin Into A Winter Horrorland

    I'm expecting some of Wordsworth's "The Brothers," judging by these shots.

    Penny Dreadful is skulking back through the darkness of Victorian London to our screens for season two, and I couldn't be more excited about it. Shooting on the new season started last week, and various crew members have been tweeting photos to either mitigate or worsen the waiting pain, depending on what kind of person you are. I need more weird sex and Eva Green in my life, stat.

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  16. Time Warner and CBS Might Finally Be Thinking About Offering Online Subscriptions To HBO and Showtime

    "All men must buy!"

    I mean, I'll believe it when I see it, but it's about damn time they're considering it.

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  17. The Mary Sue Exclusive: Entertainment Earth’s Penny Dreadful SDCC Exclusives

    There is some thing within us all, and it wants more stuff.

    It's no secret we love Penny Dreadful here. And why wouldn't we? Female Sherlockian archetypes with terrible secrets! Shakespeare-quoting Frankenstein monsters! Dense and often subtle Victorian gothic literary references! If you're a fan of the Showtime series and you're heading to San Diego Comic-Con next week, then you need to go check out the Entertainment Earth booth, because there will be some wonderful collectibles will be waiting for you.

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  18. Penny Dreadful Episode 8 Review: “Grand Guignol”

    In which predictable things happen, but in the best way possible.

    Penny Dreadful came to a close this week with more of a shadowy, haunting whimper than a twenty-first century bang, and I was completely okay with it. Though it left us with as many questions as it did answers, I really didn't expect anything less; if you did - what show have you been watching for eight weeks?

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  19. Penny Dreadful Episode 7 Review: “Possession”

    In which Eva Green actually earns herself an Emmy nomination.

    The penultimate episode of Penny Dreadful gave us pretty much everything we've come to love about this show - Eva Green's acting, Gothic horror, Josh Hartnett's bad-assery, and the devil. Oh, and a (thankfully) notable lack of Nice Guy Caliban. Let's get to this review before the inevitably-insane finale, shall we?

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  20. Penny Dreadful Episode 6 Review: “What Death Can Join Together”

    In which Vanessa continues to have the weirdest sex.

    After our episode-long jaunt into Vanessa's past, "What Death Can Join Together" puts us solidly on the path to Penny Dreadful's future - one we can only assume will be filled with vampires, wacky sex shenanigans, and the devil. And hopefully werewolves. Seriously, why the holdout on the werewolves?

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