Showtime’s “Twin Peaks” concludes its season Sunday night — with its future as murky as its storyline. The 18-episode reboot, from series co-creator David Lynch (who also directed the entire season), will end once and for all. Or maybe not. “It was always intended to be one season,” Showtime president/CEO David Nevins told Deadline. “A...
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