August 21, 2019
CBS Home Entertainment and Paramount Home Entertainment Dec. 10 will release Twin Peaks: From Z to A, a new Blu-ray boxed set collecting every version of the franchise from creator David Lynch.
The boxed set will include both seasons of the 1990-91 original series on ABC, the 1992 Fire Walk With Me follow-up movie and the 2017 Showtime limited series, plus troves of extras for each. The set will be limited to 25,000 numbered copies worldwide, with international release dates to be announced later.
The packaging will feature an exterior adorned by a wraparound vista of Douglas Fir trees. Once opened, a depiction of the infamous Red Room is revealed with its brown and crème chevron floor and red curtains. Sitting in front of the red curtain will be an exclusive die-cut acrylic figure of Laura Palmer kissing Special Agent Dale Cooper. This acrylic figure comes inside a plastic display holder held in place by magnets. Fans will have the option of leaving the figure in place inside The Red Room environment or removing and displaying it elsewhere. The plastic holder can also serve as an easel to display individual images from The Red Room Gallery, a curated set of 5×5-inch printed cards depicting memorable moments in The Red Room. Each package will also contain an individually numbered collectible certificate.
Among the six hours of new bonus material will be behind-the-scenes vignettes from the limited-series; a rare newly-shot interview of Kyle MacLachlan and Sheryl Lee who sit with longtime David Lynch collaborator Kristine McKenna to look back at their body of work on “Twin Peaks” as well as Fire Walk With Me; a newly produced featurette that lets fans go “On the Couch” with Harry and Kimmy as Harry Goaz and Kimmy Robertson share fond “Twin Peaks” memories; and a compilation of full-length and unedited versions of many of The Roadhouse Bar musical performances from the limited series.
A special 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray disc will be included that features a new ultra-high def transfer overseen by David Lynch of both versions of the 1990 “Twin Peaks” pilot, as well as “Part 8” of the limited series.
Twin Peaks: From Z to A will also include all existing special features from the previous releases of Twin Peaks: The Entire Mystery (including “The Missing Pieces” deleted scenes from the movie) and Twin Peaks: A Limited Event Series, culminating in more than 20 total hours of new and existing special feature content.
Oct. 15, CBS and Paramount will release Twin Peaks: The Television Collection on Blu-ray and DVD, collecting for the first time all three seasons (ABC and Showtime) in one package, plus previously released bonus material.