It was already known that those kind people at Showtime and Sky Atlantic are giving us two episodes to kick the season off, but now they're giving us ANOTHER two.
A Twitter post by Sky Atlantic read: "BREAKING: We're delighted to announce #TwinPeaksParts 3&4 will be available on demand from 4:01am Monday after the Parts 1&2 simulcast."
The post comes complete with a little clip taking us through to the Sheriff's station, up to the infamous picture of Laura Palmer and straight through her eye.
Unfortunately for our friends across the pond, this extra treat seems to just be for UK viewers at the moment – but we'll distract you from the pain by pointing out that the series now also has its very own emoji for everyone to overuse.
The upcoming series has been guarded in such secrecy that David Lynch has even kept co-creator Mark Frost in the dark, as well as the cast.
During filming, actors were only given specific scenes from each episode rather than full scripts, and only let in on filming locations on the day of their shoot.
Twin Peaks' two-hour season premiere will be simulcast on Sunday, May 21 at 9pm on Showtime in the US and Monday, May 22 at 2am on Sky Atlantic in the UK.
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