Here’s What Your Favorite ‘Twin Peaks’ Characters Look Like Now

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As we count down the days until the premiere of the Twin Peaks revival on May 21, we’ve been crawling over any teasers, trailers and content we can get our hands on.

Thankfully, Entertainment Weekly has indulged us. The magazine’s new issue features the original cast publicly reunited for the first time since the revival was announced.

The story features the main original characters over a number of images. Kyle MacLachlan (Agent Cooper), Sherilyn Fenn (Audrey Horne), Sheryl Lee (Laura Palmer/Madeline Ferguson,) James Marshall (James Hurley) and David Lynch (Gordon Cole) feature together on one.

After 25 years, #TwinPeaks is finally coming back! ☕️🍰❤️This week's issue reveals how the show ventured back to TV after years in limbo, from the first brainstorming conversations between Mark Frost and David Lynch to the 142-day shoot in various cities. The show will return in the form of limited event series for #Showtime that’ll premiere on May 21. Make sure to pick up a copy on newsstands Friday, March 24, and head to our profile now to unveil a special photo mosaic! 📷: @marchomstudio for EW

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Wendy Robie (Nadine Hurley) and Everett McGill, (Ed Hurley) on another, with Madchen Amick (Shelly Johnson), Peggy Lipton (Norma Jennings) and Dana Ashbrook (Bobby Briggs) gracing the final one.

After 25 years, #TwinPeaks is finally coming back! ☕️🍰❤️This week's issue reveals how the show ventured back to TV after years in limbo, from the first brainstorming conversations between Mark Frost and David Lynch to the 142-day shoot in various cities. The show will return in the form of limited event series for #Showtime that’ll premiere on May 21. Make sure to pick up a copy on newsstands Friday, March 24, and head to our profile now to unveil a special photo mosaic! 📷: @marchomstudio for EW

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After 25 years, #TwinPeaks is finally coming back! ☕️🍰❤️This week's issue reveals how the show ventured back to TV after years in limbo, from the first brainstorming conversations between Mark Frost and David Lynch to the 142-day shoot in various cities. The show will return in the form of limited event series for #Showtime that’ll premiere on May 21. Make sure to pick up a copy on newsstands Friday, March 24, and head to our profile now to unveil a special photo mosaic! 📷: @marchomstudio for EW

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Alongside the actors, each image features some of the show’s signature items, including a log, donuts, cherry pie – and, of course, damn fine coffee.

EW also gave us a sneak peak of David Duchonvy reprising his role as DEA agent, Denise Bryson. See all three covers over at Entertainment Weekly.

Your first look at #DavidDuchovny in action for the #TwinPeaks revival is officially here! 😯 Before Duchovny starred as Fox Mulder on #TheXFiles, he made his name as a young actor with a breakout guest stint on 'Twin Peaks.' For three episodes in the kooky second season, Duchovny portrayed DEA agent Denise Bryson. It's still to be seen whether he's playing this role again for the revival. Click the link in our bio for the scoop. 📷: Patrick Wymore/Showtime

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In other Twin Peaks news, read the 5 best quotes from David Lynch’s endearing GQ profile.

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