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Put away that slice of cherry pie – 'Twin Peaks' might not return after all.

In a Q&A in Brisbane, Australia, series creator and director David Lynch hinted that not only might they not hit their summer 2016 deadline, the show might not return at all.

Asked if the series was definitely returning, Lynch said: "I don't know. There are complications."

Former cast members Kyle MacLachlan, Sheryl Lee and Dana Ashbrook had all signed up to reprise their roles. But it seems contract negotiations are still ongoing.

Lynch has said he wants total creative control over any project of his – and if you've seen his films, you'll know they have a completely unique feel. However, there's no word on whose contracts are proving tricky to negotiate.

The show was set to be broadcast on US network Showtime next year. It first aired in 1991, and is one of the most iconic cult series ever.

Lynch's last tweet was in January to announce that Kyle MacLachlan would return as Special Agent Dale Cooper.

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