Things are getting a little weird with Showtime's reboot of "Twin Peaks," but what else would you expect from director David Lynch? Normalcy ain't his bag.
Showtime and Lynch announced last year that the murder mystery series, which ran for two fabled seasons on
But over the weekend Lynch puzzled fans by hinting that the series might not return after all because of contractual "complications."
"We're still working on the contract," Lynch said on Australian TV. "But I love the world of 'Twin Peaks.'"
A Showtime spokeswoman said Monday that the network had no comment.
But a source close to the production said that the deal for the show remains in place and the network loves the scripts it has seen. Nine episodes have been ordered, but nothing has been shot.
As for Lynch, he doesn't seem particularly eager to dispel any confusion. His Twitter account, which has more than 2 million followers, hasn't been updated in more than two months. The last message contained a photo of MacLachlan, welcoming him back to the world of "Twin Peaks."
Another mystery from the man behind "Eraserhead" and "Blue Velvet."
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