Great news everyone: David Lynch is back at the helm of Showtime's Twin Peaks revival after a dispute over the show's budget was seemingly resolved. The acclaimed filmmaker will direct all 18 episodes of the show after the network increased its order. Lynch tweeted the news to his devoted Twitter followers on Friday, saying, "Dear Twitter Friends, the rumors are not what they seem ..... It is !!! Happening again. #TwinPeaks returns on @SHO_Network."

David LynchDavid Lynch will return to the Twin Peaks revival after disputes over money were seemingly resolved

It was announced last October that Showtime had green-lit a 9-episode miniseries of Twin Peaks, with Lynch and Mark Frost penning all the scripts and directing every episode. Set in the present day, the show was set to premiere in early 2016 to coincide with the 25th anniversary of the classic mystery drama. 

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"For those followers of the show who felt bereft when the show ended where it did all those years ago are going to like where it goes from here," Frost said. "And we hope that a lot of people who haven't been to Twin Peaks yet are going to be equally interested in where the story goes from where we left off."

However, Lynch grabbed the headlines in March after suggesting the revival was still "up in the air" and that "there are complications." In April he dropped out of the project over budgetary constraints, saying, "After 1 year and 4 months of negotiations, I left because not enough money was offered to do the script the way I felt it needed to be done."

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A Change-org petition to get Lynch to change his mind gathered over 30,000 signatures and the director's own daughter appeared in a video calling on him to return. That appears to have worked, or at least forced Showtime to part with more cash, ordering 9 further episodes.