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David Lynch opens up about Twin Peaks Season 4 possibility

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Successful filmmaker, David Lynch, has been on the roll since 2017. Back in 2017, he delivered a high rating and very well acclaimed season 3 of Twin Peaks. Some even believe that season 3 surpassed expectations of prior seasons of the show.

Hence, with the great success of season 3, fans were hoping for season 4. But the filmmaker says that is not happening and any rumors of season 4 are simply unsubstantiated rumors only.

But, Although David denies all rumors for a season 4, he continues to marvel at the opportunities cable TV gives him. So, maybe fans can expect a whole new series by him sometime in the future.

While speaking to Hollywood Reporter, he continued to dash rumors about Twin Peaks season 4 by saying:

“All these rumors are flying about, but I can tell you that there’s nothing happening in that regard. It’s a rumor that even if it was true — there’s nothing happening.”

David’s career as a director

Director David Lynch has several films under his belt. Namely Eraserhead, Blue Velvet, Lost Highway, and Mulholland Drive. He admits that he fancies storytelling on TV more than on the movie screen.

His take on the future of big-screen movies does not sound promising. According to the director, only blockbusters have a future. A small budget or art house films don’t stand a chance. And if by any chance these movies do well, they’ll play for a week in the theater, and then they’ll straight up go on BluRay or On Demand. The famous director said that the ‘big-screen experience is gone. Gone. But not forgotten.’

When he was asked the future of filmmaking he said:

“I really love a continuing story, and cable television I say is the new art house. You have total freedom. The sound isn’t as good as a great theater; the picture isn’t as big — but TVs are getting bigger and bigger and better and better, so there’s hope. And then you have this chance for a continuing story, so it’s the new art house.”

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1 Comment
  1. Chuck Anziulewicz says

    All I know is that not only was Twin Peaks (S3) 18 hours of the most AMAZING television I’ve ever seen, it actually made S1 an S2 make a lot more sense. I don’t know how David Lynch can top it. When S3 came to its conclusion, with Carrie Page’s (or was it Laura Palmer’s) gut-wrenching scream, I almost burst into tears.

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