Twin Peaks resurrected for a third season on Showtime, but wont live to see Season 4.
Star Kyle MacLachlan spoke to THR about whether the conclusion to the third and final season offers a ‘definitive’ end to the story:
Given the way you’re talking about the ending, does this feel like a definitive conclusion to you? Do you feel like we’ve just seen the end of Twin Peaks?
I don’t know. They have had no discussions. I have had no discussions about anything beyond what we’ve seen. That’s where it is right now. I don’t have any other answer than that, I guess.
If this is the end, does the question of “What year is this?” feel more satisfying to you than “How’s Annie?” as a final landing spot for Cooper? In other words, are you OK with this as the ending for Twin Peaks versus how things were left at the end of season two?
(Laughs.) You know, it’s a good question… I would love playing Cooper forever and ever. It’s just one of those characters who seems to fit. David and I have worked to make this amazing world and character. I love it. I hate saying goodbye. I hate not seeing him every week on the television. In terms of, “What year is this?” I think it just asks more questions. He’s left us with the direction to go back through and watch and absorb and take in what we’ve just seen again. But apart from that? I am still processing it, myself. I’m still processing what I saw. I know I filmed it. I filmed it a long time ago, actually. But I had no idea how it was going to fall into the context of everything. I’m still reeling. Reeling, I think, is the word, about what it all means.
Are you satisfied with how Twin Peaks ended its third and final season? Hoping for another revival in future years?