The return of Twin Peaks was something we never thought we’d see, and when it did eventually emerge, we assumed it would be a final send-off – but it turns out that there is plenty of room for more.
When more will happen, though, is anybody’s guess.
Speaking to Slashfilm at the Television Critics Association winter press tour, actor Kyle MacLachlan said: “David (Lynch)’s process is his own. He will come to it if he comes to it, in his own time.
“That could be 10 minutes, it could be 10 years. I don’t know.
“If we do decide to go again I would be absolutely excited to revisit doing it again. Those characters are always fascinating.”
Showtime President David Nevins also said that he won’t ask Lynch when more could be coming, which we can all agree is a good thing. You don’t want to rush genius/madness.
Lynch, for his part, has previously said that “there’s nothing to talk about”, but afterwards noted that he’s learned not to rule anything out and cryptically said there is “always room to dream” – although it might be a bit too soon to work on more.
If you want more Twin Peaks though, you can pick up The Final Dossier, a novel written by Mark Frost, who co-created the brilliantly weird franchise.
Twin Peaks: The Return is available to buy now on Blu-ray and DVD.
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