An triumphant return to the goofy and dark universe of coffee and pie, without the coffee and pie. Lynch's long-awaited third season of Twin Peaks is extremely dark, but just so masterful.
By far the most emotional episode in the show so far. Unpredictable, human, and it's obvious that we're getting closer to the inevitable end.
Despite Emily Browning getting a chance to show off the intriguing and powerful character that is the dead wife Laura, Ricky Whittle's Shadow continues to be little more than just a pretty face.
Season 3's token Matt episode sees the character finally take a rest from his messiah Kevin rambling and also sees the development of yet another mysterious god figure in the series... and there's sex.. lots of sex.
Some fascinating gods, and series revelations come in episode 3, shrouded in storms and snow. Shadow finally comes out of his shell and we're again introduced to some new characters. Another extremely visual and poetic episode.
Kevin and Nora's relationship takes a violent turn in this Melbourne based, beautifully crafted episode that's packed with feeling and a supremely intense finale.
An incredible dark and twisted second episode with a distinctive road movie feel to itself. Some interesting new characters come to surface, but none as intriguing as Gillian Anderson's 'Media' - a serious 'wow' moment mid-episode.