More Twin Peaks on the way?

Edmonton Sun - - SHOWBIZ -

The cast of Twin Peaks ap­pears to be dream­ing up an­other weird and won­der­ful sea­son of the drama af­ter co-cre­ator and direc­tor david Lynch re­vealed he loved shoot­ing the se­ries in King county, Wash.

show­time bosses re­vealed they were in talks with Lynch about a fol­low-up to Twin Peaks: The Re­turn as soon as the bizarre se­quel sea­son ended in 2017, but there has been no con­fir­ma­tion.

How­ever, last month, the direc­tor raved about the ex­pe­ri­ence of mak­ing the show, tweet­ing: “We had a per­fect place to shoot Twin Peaks and per­fect peo­ple to work with”, and now a tweet on the Hol­ly­wood Hor­ror Mu­seum ac­count reads: “some­one we know who is ‘in the know’ just let some­thing very in­ter­est­ing slip about the fu­ture of Twin Peaks. If it’s true, we’ll be squeal­ing and giddy in 2020!”

The post is sig­nif­i­cant be­cause Lynch’s daugh­ter, Jen­nifer, is a mu­seum board mem­ber.

To add to the in­trigue, Twin Peaks star Kyle Ma­clach­lan, who has por­trayed cof­fee-and­dough­nut-lov­ing de­tec­tive dale cooper since the show’s de­but in 1990, took to Twit­ter and wrote: “Love this dap­per suit, but def­i­nitely think­ing about... donuts this morn­ing,” and cast­mate Michael Horse has posted a photo of his char­ac­ter be­ing told to stay quiet.

Lynch has also been post­ing pho­tos on In­sta­gram from the lo­ca­tion of the se­ries, sug­gest­ing he might be there plan­ning a new sea­son.

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