Twin Peaks star Kyle MacLachlan has said that a fourth season of the cult TV show is “certainly possible”.
The surreal David Lynch series was revived for a critically-acclaimed new season last year. Its return came more than 25 years after the original run. With fans faced with a huge cliffhanger ending, many are hoping it will return to our screens once again.
Now, MacLachlan – who plays agent Dale Cooper – has been questioned as to whether creators Mark Frost and Lynch will bring us season 4.
“I think those kinds of things are certainly possible,” he told Deadline. “I think we’re all just waiting on David to have the spark of an idea to go forward. It’d be a great journey. I would drop everything to do that.”
MacLachlan said that Lynch “loves this world [of Twin Peaks]” and that the filmmaker is “so excited that people have returned to it in such a pure way”.
Last year, Lynch said in regards to a new instalment:“Never say never”. Showtime – who broadcast the series – said they weren’t sure if the creators wanted to revisit the world of Twin Peaks, but added that their “door is always open”.
Meanwhile, Chromatics’ Johnny Jewel released the new album ‘Themes For Television’ to coincide with the one-year anniversary of Twin Peaks: The Return.