It looks like that early-'90s television show about a special agent investigating a strange small town in the Pacific Northwest may be coming back in style.
Twin Peaks was cancelled two decades ago -- after only two seasons -- but the cult show may be getting an unexpected resuscitation. Friday morning, the show's creators, director David Lynch and Mark Frost, simultaneously tweeted one of the most cryptic lines even to be spoken backwards in the Black Lodge: "Dear Twitter Friends: That gum you like is going to come back in style! #damngoodcoffee." Twin Peaks fan-site Welcome To Twin Peaks has also noted that the timing of the Lynch-Frost tweets, 11:30 am, corresponds to the first time Agent Dale Cooper enters the town in the series premiere.
The tweets follow an eventful year for Twin Peaks, after this summer's release of the Twin Peaks: The Entire Mystery Blu-ray, that included over 90 minutes of previously unseen footage.
The creators' tweets have sparked a fire of speculation of where the show will return -- whether it will be at ABC, Twin Peak's original network, or through a digital service, like Netflix -- and also if the show will be a continuation of Coop's time in the Black Lodge, or a possible reboot.
If the show does return, it may be noteworthy that on April 8, 2015, Twin Peaks will be celebrating the 25th anniversary of its first episode airing.