Yes, well each to their own of course but I think it looks dated now. Everything about it felt in front of the game a quarter of a century ago and the concepts are still absolutely outstanding for a network TV show but the execution simply isn't comparable with present TV standards, IMO.
No, it's not unfair to call it a 20th century TV drama; it IS a 20th century TV drama. You may of course suggest that it's many other things besides and I'd likely agree with many of those other things - I have been a fan since it first aired - but it's a matter of fact that Twin Peaks (the first two seasons) is a 20th century TV drama. In addition, it's my opinion that most of those - Twin Peaks among them - have dated quite badly in their presentation, probably I suppose because of the greater budgets and attention lavished on TV dramas since, say, The Sopranos or maybe Oz. IMO.
I would certainly imagine so; I'm enormously looking forward to something as forward thinking as Twin Peaks getting the treatment afforded to the best TV dramas of today. I'm not sure I can think of a show more deserving of a televisual revisit/update.
Again, each to their own but personally I think Game of Thrones is f*cking excellent; maybe the greatest TV show ever, with the possible exception of Breaking Bad. Of course, as good as those shows are, maybe both will look fairly quaint by the standards against which TV shows are measured 27 years hence. Who knows?