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.
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.