The first look at the highly-anticipated reboot doesn't feature any dialogue, though the series' iconic music leads viewers right back into the sleepy town. Cooper then walks into view before the "Welcome to Twin Peaks" sign is displayed, population still 51,201.
The Twin Peaks revival, based off of the creepy, campy series that became a cult classic after its two seasons in 1990 and 1991, hails from original creators David Lynch and Mark Frost. Lynch directed every episode of the new Showtime series, which picks up 25 years after the residents of Twin Peaks were shocked when their homecoming queen, Laura Palmer, was murdered.
Lynch made a surprise appearance at Monday's Television Critics Association press tour, where he avoided sharing details about the new installment, but did open up about returning to the series after 25 years.
"I love this world of Twin Peaks and I often thought about what might be happening," the 70-year-old auteur told reporters. "It was Mark [Frost] who contacted me many years ago now and asked if I wanted to go back into that world... and that's what got us going again for this one."