We may not have seen the last of David Lynch’s trippy Twin Peaks series, if the latest quote from the man himself is anything to go by.
Twin Peaks: The Return, effectively the show’s third season, aired last year on Showtime, some 25 years after the show’s second run came to a close. And now, Lynch has offered a hefty tease that he is keen to return for more.
Speaking at an event, Lynch seemed to show an interest in continuing the story of Carrie Page. Scott Meisner, who works in movie and TV marketing for iTunes, was present at the event and shared Lynch’s intriguing statement on Twitter:
Tonight at The Theatre at Ace Hotel, David Lynch was asked if he’d like to continue Carrie Page’s story. His answer sent chills down my spine:
— Scott Meisner (@scottmeiz) June 22, 2018
Carrie Page was a new character that debuted in The Return, and she was played by Sheryl Lee (who has also portrayed Laura Palmer and Maddy Ferguson in Twin Peaks). It’s interesting to hear that Carrie’s story is the one that is calling to Lynch, although his talk of disturbances does seem to imply that it won’t be any easy road to get that story onto the screen.
But still, it’s exciting that Lynch is still interested in telling stories in the Twin Peaks world. And he’s not the only one, either…
MacLachlan, who reprised his role as the coffee-loving Special Agent Dale Cooper in The Return, also seems to be interested in bringing the show back again.
Speaking to Deadline, the actor was asked if he would “come back to it again”, and this is what MacLachlan said:
“I think those kinds of things are certainly possible. I think we’re all just waiting on David [Lynch] to have the spark of an idea to go forward. It’d be a great journey. I would drop everything to do that.”
It’s good to hear that MacLachlan is on board and that Lynch has stories that he still wants to tell. But, as things stand, Showtime has is yet to announce Twin Peaks season 4. We’ll keep you posted as we hear more.