This is some not-so-fun news for all you Twin Peaks
fans out there...
According to DigitalSpy
, the show's creator, David Lynch, offered some uncertainty for the Twin Peaks
sequel series at the opening of the Between Two Worlds exhibition in Brisbane, Australia, simply telling the crowd that "complications" could potentially halt further development on the series, (which was in talks with Showtime) based on the short-lived series that ran from 1990 to 1991. Lynch went on to add, "I'm not sure at this point if it's happening."
Though it didn't last long, filled with sidewinder plot twists, a murder of a young high school student, and quirky characters the audience grew to love, Twin Peaks
became a solidified cult classic series that has inspired television programming over the years (such as the phenomenal CW series Ringer
that received a similar fate).
To go from an almost-guaranteed breath of life for the series, to potentially not making it to development, the passionate fans must be irate! Lynch telling media that there are complications definitely isn't a good sign for the future of the series, but hopefully Showtime will realize the potential in resurrecting the beloved drama. Keep up with PopWrapped for more news on the future of Twin Peaks!
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