It seems that Twin Peaksfans will have to wait a little bit longer for that damn good coffee.

Uproxx came across an interview that series co-creator Mark Frost gave the Baseball Hall of Fame Museum (of all places) last month, in which he casually mentions that the series won't actually premiere until 2017.

"A lot of people always look back at Twin Peaks and say that was the start of this explosion we've had in good television drama, but we did it in a time when there were still only three networks," he said. "The challenge for us is to try and come back and raise the bar above what we did the last time. We're coming back with season three of Twin Peaks after a 25-year absence. We've finished the scripts, we start production in September, and that will be coming out on Showtime some time in 2017."

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The revival of the series, which originally ran from 1990 to 1991 on ABC, was originally set for a 2016 premiere.

But all is not lost, Twin Peaks fans! Frost also revealed that he's writing a book based on the series that will cover the years between the original run and the new. Fingers crossed this project sticks to its anticipated 2016 debut.

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