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« on: August 01, 2018, 01:29:36 pm »

David Lynch Hints He’s Interested in a Twin Peaks Season 4
06.23.2018
by Anthony Couto
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David Lynch Hints He’s Interested in a Twin Peaks Season 4






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Writer/director David Lynch has now casually dropped a hint he’s not done with the world of Twin Peaks. Specifically, he says one particular character’s arc is “calling” to him, suggesting he has some ideas stirring for a follow-up to 2017’s hit revival season.

As reported by Twitter user Scott Meisner, Lynch was asked at a recent Q&A session if he has more stories to tell surrounding Carrie Page, Laura Palmer’s doppelgänger, who was introduced in the third season. “It is calling, but there are a lot of disturbances,” Lynch reportedly responded, in a typically cryptic fashion for the creator.

Even if Lynch is serious about tackling more Twin Peaks himself, it’ll likely take a number of years before a fourth season actually hits the airwaves — the third season took five years to develop and shoot its 18 episodes, after all.

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However, it’s clear Twin Peaks wouldn’t return without Lynch at the helm as writer (alongside Mark Frost) and director of the series.

Twin Peaks: The Return aired weekly on Showtime throughout Spring/Summer 2017 to praise from critics and mixed results from longtime fans of the franchise. In a similar fashion to the cliffhanger ending of the original Twin Peaks run — and its 1992 prequel film, Fire Walk With Me, which did little to nothing to resolve the ending — The Return ended with a plethora of unanswered questions, frustrating some viewers who hoped for some closure after 25 or so years for fresh Twin Peaks content.

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