Wisteria: Twin Peaks Season 4?
Twin Peaks Season 4

Is David Lynch’s upcoming series code-named “Wisteria” Twin Peaks Season 4?

Wisteria leaks: Netflix. 25 episodes. $85 mil budget. Starts shooting in May According to a production listing from ProductionWeekly, David Lynch will be working on a Netflix Original series. The untitled David Lynch project goes under code name of Wisteria. Production is due to begin in May 2021. It will be filming in The Calvert Studios in Van Nuys, California, where many scenes from Twin Peaks Season 3 were shot. Lynch will write and direct the series. The producer is Sabrina S. Sutherland, who also produced Twin Peaks Season 3. A Reddit post from 9 months ago, that was largely ignored, might be 100% accurate. In a reaction user Canthaveit wrote: “Netflix. 25 hour-long episodes. $85 mil budget. Starts shooting in May. Code/working title is Wisteria.” This Reddit member’s identity is unknown but he must be an insider as he got the code name right. On November 28th 2020, he shared a new post: “It looks like they continued with pre-production during lockdown but it’s been inactive since the summer. They’ll probably be pretty ready to start shooting as soon as David is vaccinated.”  Click to read more and comment »
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David Lynch is back on board of the Twin Peaks reboot

David Lynch is back on board of the Twin Peaks reboot some weeks after he announced his withdrawal from the show. It’s a big relief for Twin Peaks fans who didn’t think it could be done without having both David Lynch and Mark Frost on board. Lynch’ unique cinematic style and vision are believed by many to be essential elements in the creation of the wonderful and strange TV show. Twin Peaks is consistent with Lynch’ work as a whole. Its unsettling tone, its campy, melodramatic portrayal of quirky characters engaged in morally dubious activities reflects a bizarrely comical parody of American soap operas.  Click to read more and comment »