Twin Peaks is an American serial drama television series that focuses on mystery and has been created by Mark Frost (and David Lynch). It premiered on ABC in 1990 and ran for two seasons before being cancelled in 1991. The show was a hit with audiences and critics alike. It aired for two seasons on ABC before being cancelled in 1991. It is widely regarded as a turning point in television drama.
The series is about an FBI Special Agent Dale Cooper (Kyle MacLachlan), and local Sheriff Harry S. Truman, who investigate the murder of Laura Palmer (Sheryl Le) in Twin Peaks, Washington. Although the show's plot draws heavily on detective fiction elements, its uncanny tone and supernatural elements and campy, melodramatic portrayal if eccentric characters is also draws from American soap operas and horror tropes.