In a TV landscape loaded with reboots, reimagines and adaptations of old shows, there's another piece of nostalgia at play: movies. The small screen is filling up with takes on popular movie franchises, to varying degrees of success. From Westworld to Scream to even The Girlfriend Experience, the cinema has plenty of stories dying to be told in a longer format than a two-hour movie can handle. In fact, for some, they thrive in the televised setting.
As Twitch's marathon of Mister Rogers' Neighborhood comes to an end after 18 days of revisiting the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, it's hard not to wonder what comes next. Previously, the streaming video site ran marathons of Power Rangers and The Joy of Painting starring Bob Ross. If these marathons have done anything, it's proven that nostalgia is alive and well when it comes to the TV shows Twitch's audience grew up with.
[Warning: This story contains spoilers for the two-hour series premiere of Showtime's Twin Peaks revival.]
With the return of Twin Peaks on Showtime comes the answer to a question many fans have been wondering about for over two decades: What happened to Special Agent Dale Cooper (Kyle MacLachlan) after he got trapped in the Black Lodge in the season two finale?