Twin Peaks Revival: 'The People That You Want Will Be There,' Says Showtime Exec

Twin Peaks fans, get excited.

A revival of the cult classic ABC series may have been derailed earlier this year, but the new Showtime series is now back on track.

Twin Peaks Turns 25: 9 Actors You Forgot Played Peaks Characters

Twenty-five years ago this week, Americans got their first glimpse of the small Northwestern town of Twin Peaks. They heard the chords of that theme song for the first time, and they had just begun to wonder, “Who killed Laura Palmer?”

Twin Peaks Is Coming Back: See Where David Lynch's TV Cast Is Now

Twin Peaks is coming back. Those are five words David Lynch fans having been waiting to hear for a long time.

David Lynch Shoots More Twin Peaks Footage in L.A.

In great news for FBI agents, logs and damn fine cups of coffee everywhere, David Lynch shot more footage for his cultishly adored series Twin Peaks in L.A. on Tuesday.

Martha Stewart Hits Miami for Art Basel Party

Martha goes Miami!

While in Miami for Art Basel, Martha Stewart attended Roger Dubuis’s event for the Velvet Collection presented by Dom Perignon and Haute Living at Villa Azur on Wednesday.

“Martha arrived right before dinner was served and was chatting with Daphne [Guinness],” an onlooker tells PEOPLE.

“She was talking to her friends that she brought and seemed to be having a great time,” the source adds. “She had a huge smile on her face. She looked really good!”

David Lynch, Wife Split After 1 Month

Mulholland Drive director David Lynch has filed for divorce after just one month of marriage.

Lynch and producer Mary Sweeney wed on May 10, 2006 and separated exactly a month later, according to papers filed in Los Angeles County Superior Court on Monday.

The director, 60, cited “irreconcilable differences” as the reason for the split.

According to court papers, Lynch and Sweeney will share custody of their 14-year-old son, Riley Sweeney Lynch.

PASSAGES: Big Day for 007, David Lynch

RESUMED: The 20th James Bond adventure was launched at Pinewood Studios near London Friday, reports Reuters. The beginning of shooting coincides with the 40th anniversary of the first 007 movie, 1962’s “Dr No,” starring Sean Connery, now 70. The new film, still untitled, stars PEOPLE’s Sexiest Man for 2001, Pierce Brosnan, 47, in his fourth Bond outing, with Halle Berry, 33, as the feisty female lead. Judi Dench, 67, will returns as Bond’s boss, M, while John Cleese, 62, makes his second appearance as Q.