The cult show ended a 26-year absence this year
David Lynch has discussed the possibility of Twin Peaks returning for a fourth season, saying: “Never say never”.
Twin Peaks returned for a new run of episodes back in May, ending a 26-year absence from the small screen.
Asked about the chances of fans seeing a fourth outing, creator and director Lynch told The Hollywood Reporter: “I’ve learned never say never”.
Asked about the third season’s “cliffhanger” ending, Lynch said: “I don’t really say things like that. But you know, I always say that there should be some room to dream.”
Meanwhile, David Bowie returned to the new Twin Peaks in a posthumous cameo that used footage from his original appearance in the cult show’s big screen prequel.
The music icon originally appeared as FBI agent Philip Jeffries in 1992’s Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me, and was in talks with creator Lynch to reprise the role before his death in January 2016.
His character reappeared during a scene that saw Gordon Cole, played by David Lynch, recount a dream sequence to FBI forensics expert Albert Rosenfield.
The episode was also dedicated to Bowie, with his name appearing during the credits.