David Lynch has shut down rumours of a fourth season of Twin Peaks.
The show’s co-creator Mark Frost recently spoke to Digital Spy about his book on the series The Final Dossier that cleared up a few questions fans had after that third season finale.
As well as revealing the fate of Laura Palmer and Annie, Frost’s book sheds some light on what exactly was up with Audrey Horne during the show’s third season The Return.
Although resolving these mysteries suggests the series could well have come to an end, Frost also said the book doesn’t close off season four.
But while Frost has said he’s “undecided” about a fourth season, David Lynch has other ideas.
Appearing at at the Camerimage film festival screening of the first two episodes of Twin Peaks: The Return on Tuesday (November 14), the Blue Velvet director spoke about the prospect of a fourth season.
And it doesn’t sound great.
As Variety reports, his exact words to the question of series four were: “There’s nothing to talk about.”
It is (not) happening again. Well, not yet, anyway.
Twin Peaks: The Final Dossier by Mark Frost is available now. Read an exclusive extract of the new book here.
Twin Peaks season 3 is now available to stream via Showtime in the US and Now TV in the UK. It is released on DVD and Blu-ray from December 4.
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