A recent rumor had Showtime’s upcoming ‘Twin Peaks‘ revival premiering at a secret event at Sundance however, Mark Frost has debunked ths and is saying that isn’t going to happen. Not only that, but a new rumored release date for the series to launch on the network has popped up and Frost isn’t talking about that one either.
Mark Frost is the co-creator and writer of ‘Twin Peaks’ so of course with rumors running rampart he felt it would be in his best interests to not let them get too crazy. Unfortunately, that means we won’t be seeing the show debut at Sundance according to the following Tweet:
Just to quash a silly rumor going around: Twin Peaks is NOT, repeat, NOT going to be shown at Sundance this year.
— Mark Frost (@mfrost11) January 3, 2017
With the Sundance Film Festival taking place between January 19th-29th, 2017 it seems we’ll still have a bit of a wait to hear anything about the series unless Frost is trolling us all which doesn’t seem to be his style. So, what about a May release? Well, that theory is coming up from the Showtime calendar from 2017. Each month features a different show with May being dedicated to ‘Twin Peaks’ and Sunday, April 30th, 2017 being labeled as “Welcome to Twin Peaks.” While this could point to an April or May release, it should also be noted that another tweet has recently come out showing:
With no idea of what to expect from the upcoming season of ‘Twin Peaks’ or when to expect it, much of this is still firmly shrouded in mystery. I know everyone wants a fresh cup of coffee sooner than later but how soon still remains to be seen.
Are you looking forward to the return of ‘Twin Peaks’? What month do you think we’ll be able to start watching Lynch’s show once again? Share your thoughts below!
Source: Entertainment Weekly
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