David Lynch did, however, get nods for writing and directing, thank god.
Twin Peaks: The Return
And they’re as lovely, frustrating, and hilarious as the man’s films.
David Lynch envisioned the series’ third season as more or less an 18-hour movie, and, like most Lynch films, best enjoyed in one sitting.
From Breaking Bad to Twin Peaks, the living room has long been a source of terror.
Plus, check out the artwork and a behind-the-scenes clip.
Instead, Lynch wanted a song to “make my hair stand on end.”
Physical copies will be available in early December.
“It took me four and a half years to write and film this season,” the auteur filmmaker told fans.
A deep dive into what all those weird, creepy, soapy, odd little scenes might mean.
“[T]he door’s always open to David Lynch,” says Showtime programming president Gary Levine.