The new season of Twin Peaks may not hit Showtime after all.
When asked about the show's progress during a Q&A event last Friday, Twin Peaks creator David Lynch generated doubts on a 2016 premiere date. After an attendee asked whether “Twin Peaks Was Definitely Happening,” Lynch responded with “I don’t know. There are complications.”
While there isn’t a clear culprit behind Twin Peaks’ sudden delay, fan site Welcome To Twin Peaks reported from a private source close to the project that contract negotiations aren’t progressing as planned. However, the source noted that all of Twin Peaks’ scripts are complete and ready to roll.
Bu the story doesn't end there. During another interview this weekend, Lynch gave a conflicting statement about Twin Peaks’ resurrection. While he didn’t cast more doubt on the series, he didn’t exactly confirm that it will happen either. When he was asked by ABCNEWS24 if he was excited to return to Twin Peaks, Lynch said:
“I haven’t returned yet and we’re still working on the contract, but I love the world of Twin Peaks and I love those characters. And I think it will be very special to go back into that world.”
Stay tuned to ComicBook.com for more updated on Twin Peaks’ development and progress.