I largely gave up the second back in the day. When I came back to watch it I couldn't follow it midstream. The whirlwind of publicity seem to kill the show. The Showtime season was good/wasn't bad and was a huge boon for Showtime but Lynch wasn't interested in a third season (wanted more money?) so he bailed. Of course, the actors were all dieing.I'm still shocked that my mother is actually enjoying Twin Peaks! We're at the sixth episode of the second series and, while some of it has been a bit much for her, at least for now she's sticking with it.
On my own I'm enjoying the Diplomat, three episodes done so far and I'm eager for the rest. I should be able to knock out another one or two this upcoming weekend.
The way he ended the third, plus all the open questions, begs for a forth. I'd hate it if that's how he left it.I remember an interview with Lynch where he didn't seem disinterested in making another season of Twin Peaks, but he said it would be awhile if it happens because it took him 4 years(!) to make Season 3.
If he ever does go back to Twin Peaks, I hope it's more in the style of the first two seasons.The way he ended the third, plus all the open questions, begs for a forth. I'd hate it if that's how he left it.
But then again he's not exactly getting young. So I hope he manages another. Would be great.