I just took a few minutes and watched the beginning of his recent stream. It's all half-truths and misquotes (ex: "David Lynch has said he really really really wants to get back to the Carrie Paige character") aimed at making an argument for his preconceived notion. It is true that he's not claiming to have personal sources (give it time). But I personally just don't like it when people engage in this kind of bad faith rhetoric, whether it's something serious or something relatively frivolous like a TV show. Sure it's "harmless", but he's also getting people's hopes up with very little to back it up. Have fun with it, I guess, but we all know he likes to fabricate things, which is just kind of pathetic, imo.
I noticed this as well. I think the Lynch quote was that Carrie Page was calling to him, but the signal had disturbances, and then evolved into 'he really really really wants to do more with Carrie Page'.... Also there is an interview in 2018 where DL seemed to imply he'd like to do another series entirely I think (?)
The phrase 'continuing story' is clear as day to me that it means a story arc or a serial. Mulholland Drive as a series, clearly from the pilot, was not a self contained thing like Hotel Room, it had a cliffhanger, and I'm sure there are Lynch references to that somewhere as a continuing story. I think he called it a 'body without a head' at some point. the O & A guy actually says with a straight face "continuing story can only mean one thing - Twin Peaks" and "Lynch only says continuing story in reference to Twin Peaks " , I dunno.
continuing story could still mean new hook, new story, new characters.
I don't know how to explain the Twin peaks Production thing, but Spielberg uses Amblin sometimes
on Dreamwork films, etc. Amblin logo uses ET and title of a short film of his, who knows.