From the strange mind of director David Lynch came Twin Peaks, a murder mystery with his signature surreal and deranged twists detailing FBI Special Agent Dale Cooper's (Kyle MacLachlan) search for the killer of high school homecoming queen Laura Palmer (Sheryl Lee) in the quirky town of Twin Peaks. Best known for its incredibly bizarre imagery and its protagonist's love for cherry pie and coffee, Twin Peaks debuted on ABC in the spring of 1990 before being quietly canned the next year. Winner of three Golden Globes and nominated for 12 Emmy awards during its short span, it inspired a 1992 feature film directed by Lynch, Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me, which answered some open questions from the series and detailed the moments leading up to the murder of Laura Palmer.