This book revisits and celebrates the cultural legacy of the cult television series Northern Exposure. With a focus on its production history, fan culture, and individual episodes, it reveals the show's profound influence and argues its status as the prototype contemporary television series.
About the Author
Michael Samuel is a lecturer in film and television studies at the University of Bristol. He has published widely in the areas of film, television, technology and video games in several books and peer-reviewed journals. He is the co-editor of a special edition of Critical Studies in Television dedicated to celebrating one hundred years of the BBC, as well as co-editor of Streaming and Screen Culture in the Asia-Pacific and True Detective: Critical Essays on the HBO Series.