ravingnightmare wrote:All speculation and some worrying about how Lynch can tie everything or most things up begs the question, will there be a fourth season? I remember someone asked Lynch during the making of this season if there will be a continuation? Lynch said something along the line we will see. Would've loved finding the article or tweet where I read him saying that.
I've already posted this twice (sorry to repeat myself, folks), but here ya go:David Lynch
May 17, 2017http://www.rollingstone.com/tv/features ... ve-w482337
Do you see yourself making features for television now?
No. I don't know what will happen next, but this is an 18-hour film in my mind. And I love the idea of a continuing story. A feature is over in two-and-a-half, three hours. The stories that you tell on cable can go on and on and on. It's really beautiful.
Will there be more Twin Peaks after this?
I have no idea. It depends on how it goes over. You're going to have to wait and see.
May 17, 2017https://www.usatoday.com/story/life/tv/ ... 101774630/
Could there be more episodes? "You never say never."
For now, he's keeping busy with another creative project: "I'm building a table."
The Daily Beast
May 22, 2017http://www.thedailybeast.com/inside-the ... avid-lynch
Lynch will co-write and direct all 18 episodes of Twin Peaks’ new season but won’t disclose whether or not his contract extends beyond the one season.
“We’ll see how it goes in the world. That’s what we’ve got to see,” utters Lynch. “All I can say, Marlow, is that I love the world of Twin Peaks and the people in it, so it would not be a hardship. But like I said, we’ll have to see what the people think.”