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Northern Exposure was shot on location in the town of Roslyn, Washington from 1990 to 1995.

While it was originally intended to be a summer replacement series for CBS in 1990, Northern Exposure became a critical success, winning a pair of Peabody Awards in 1991 and 1992. The show was recognized for its down-to-earth morality, as delivered by a bevy of quirky and warm hearted characters and extras, many of whom actually hailed from Roslyn.

Northern Exposure was a story of people from diverse backgrounds attempting to embrace their differences and get along. From these meager beginnings, a staunch fan base emerged that to this day stretches from Australia to England. Many of these fans still make a pilgrimage to Roslyn every summer for the annual Moosefest celebration of Northern Exposure.

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