Kyle MacLachlan don’t think there will be a sequel to Twin Peaks
Here it is, Twin Peaks gave us its last two episodes, leaving fans in confusion and waiting, eager for a sequel. But it is probably going to have to be a reason.
More than 25 years ago, the new season of Twin Peaks plays with his audience and explodes all of the codes for the tv. Fascinating to some, undrinkable for others, the saga of David Lynch and Mark Frost at least has the merit of not leave anyone indifferent. True to himself, the director is a big year, arty and symbolic, plunging fully in the experimental and proved to us that, in the end, Twin Peaks was less important than what he had to say.
That said, after a final confusing (which we invite you to read our critique right here), a question arises. Will we be entitled to a suite ? Very recently, the boss of the channel Showtime had declared that there would be no other season, the series has been a relative success, but it’s not enough for us. Today it is Dale Cooper himself, the actor Kyle MacLachlan, who drives the point home by revealing the micro to Deadline that he is going to actually be a reason :
“I know from a reliable source that there is no discussion currently keeping new episodes of Twin Peaks. This is where we are.”
A statement concise, which leaves little hope. But the series is also special for the fans and those who have made it, the actor could not leave us in expressing his disorder during the shooting of the final, and the airing of the episode :
“I was particularly upset. It is quite traumatic to the end, of course. It can be interpreted in all possible ways. I don’t even know what I myself think. We filmed very early on, and, returning to the subject today is incredibly powerful. Particularly vis-à-vis Sheryl Lee and this huge scream chilling in the middle of the night in a suburb of Seattle.”
And it may be that the strength of Twin Peaks : do not give any answer made, and let everyone choose their own interpretation.