David Duchovny might be coming back for the revival of Twin Peaks, according to the actor's recent comments.
Duchovny, who played the recurring role of transgender DEA agent Denise Bryson in Twin Peaks, is hoping to be back for the 2016 revival season on Showtime.
The actor recently spoke with the Los Angeles Times about a variety of topics, including the revival of both Twin Peaks and The X-Files, the latter of which he starred in for the first seven seasons. In the process, Duchovny admitted that he wants to return to the wonderful and strange world of Twin Peaks.
"Seems like it. I would bet on it if I were you," Duchovny said when asked if both Twin Peaks and The X-Files were returning. "I think 'Twin Peaks' is happening for sure. I hope my character comes back, I think she does. And then 'X-Files' - Fox made some kind of shadowy announcement last week. Certainly, something's happening. Something's brewing. It's like the Eagles' greatest hits tour ... by me."
Very little has been revealed about what's ahead for the Twin Peaks revival. However, recent developments have given fans a lot of hope. Original director and co-creator David Lynch has reportedly signed on to direct all 18 new episodes. The Double R diner showcased in the series is also expected to be restored.
Twin Peaks is expected to air in 2016 on Showtime, though the network has not yet announced a specific premiere date.