David Lynch will be back in the director's chair to produce more episodes of Twin peaks.
A month ago the director David Lynch announced he was not directing Showtime's planned nine-episode Twin Peaks revival due to a disagreements over its budget.
He announced from his Twitter account that he had not been given enough money "to do the script in the way I felt it needed to be done."
However Lynch said on his Twitter account that he is back on board with the project alongside co-creator Mark Frost.
Both the TV channel Showtime and Lynch shared the good news on Twitter.
"Dear Twitter Friends, the rumors are not what they seem ..... It is !!! Happening again. #TwinPeaks returns on @SHO_Network," Lynch tweeted.
Showtime tweeted "It's happening again!! #Showtime will be serving up some #damngoodcoffee! #TwinPeaks returns with @DAVID_LYNCH & @mfrost11,"
This is, excuse me, a damn fine cup of coffee," is the signature quote is from protagonist, from FBI Agent Dale Cooper in the original series, produced over 20 years ago.
The “A damn fine cup of coffee” line is also printed on t shirts by fans.
FBI agent Dale Cooper was played by Kyle MacLachlan, who has also agreed to appear in in the reboot.
"Ahoy! Best! Day! Ever! and Damn good coffee," the actor tweeted after the confirmation of Lynch’s return to the TV series.
Twin Peaks is scheduled to return to television in 2016.