The 1990 drama “Twin Peaks” only lasted for two short seasons — and a TV movie — but it made a lasting impact on the television landscape, influencing countless supernatural and mystery series that followed.
It comes as little surprise, given the public’s current thirst for nostalgia, that we’re beginning to hear rumors of a potential “Twin Peaks” revival series.
Unfortunately, they’re just rumors. And entirely unfounded ones, at that.
Several sites are reporting that NBC has sought out “Twin Peaks” creators Mark Frost and David Lynch in the interest of revisiting the show and potentially answering some of the unanswered questions left after its abrupt cancellation. Frost, however, tells The Daily Beast’s Jace Lacob that there have been no such conversations.
Additionally, after buzz began to grow earlier this week, Frost tweeted, “Dear Internet: You are very good at spreading rumors. Truth is more
valuable and much harder to come by.” He also re-tweeted a fan who said he and Lynch would be “fools” to bring the series, about an FBI agent investigating the murder of a teenage girl, back to network TV.
Of course, anything could happen in the future, particularly given renewed interest in the show thanks to Netflix. Would you ever be interested in returning to that creepy little logging town? Let us know in the comments section below!