Where to watch Twin Peaks: The Return online

Twin Peaks is back on our screens in 2017, but where can you watch it online?

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The first episode of Twin Peaks aired all the way back in April 1990, but after it got cancelled a lot of questions were left un-asnwered. Now the newest instalment in 2017 takes a look 25 years on, and is sure to leave every stone unturned and answer none of those questions.

If you’re still as wanting more of David Lynch’s crazy American mystery drama as we are, you’ll be desperate to feast your eyes on the new series – and maybe even catch up on the old one while you’re at it.

Where to watch

If you don’t have a Sky TV subscription then the easiest way to catch up on the new 18-hour series is through Now TV‘s entertainment pass – free for new customers for 14 days. On this pass you also get access to series 1 and 2 of the original Twin Peaks too, just in-case you forgot all about the tragic tale of Laura Palmer.

With 17 episodes in it’s new season it is possible to blast through all the episodes during this trial, but if not the pass renews at a reasonable £7.99 a month. Considering the huge catalogue of shows available on this pass including The Walking Dead and Ray Donovan this isn’t a bad deal.

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