CBS currently airs the revival of "Murphy Brown," while ABC infamously revived "Roseanne" last season, only to cancel it and then bring it back again as "The Conners." ABC is also currently developing a continuation of "NYPD Blue."” /> Should the project move forward, it would be the latest in a string of broadcast TV revivals in recent years.
Joel Fleischman, who returns to Cicely, Ala., for the funeral of an old friend. Original series star Rob Morrow will reprise his role as Dr. Once there, he finds a new set of quirky characters and reunites with old ones.
Corbett is repped by Gersh and Lovett Management. Morrow is repped by Gersh and Magnolia Entertainment. Brand is repped by UTA.
Morrow will also executive produce in addition to starring. Fellow original series star John Corbett is attached as a producer, though he is not set to appear in the revival at this time.
A revival of "Northern Exposure" is currently in development at CBS, Variety has learned.
Josh Brand will write and executive produce, with Morrow, John Falsey, and Ben Silverman executive producing. Elsewhere" as well as shows like "A Year in the Life," "Going to Extremes," and "I'll Fly Away." The duo also co-created the medical drama "St. Brand and Falsey co-created the original series. Universal Television will produce.
It picked up 39 Emmy Award nominations over the course of its run, ultimately winning seven. In addition to Morrow and Corbett, the series starred Barry Corbin, Janine Turner, John Cullum, Darren E. That includes a win for best drama series and best writing for a drama series in 1992. Burrows, Cynthia Geary, Elaine Miles, and Peg Phillips. "Northern Exposure" ran for six seasons and over 100 episodes on CBS between 1990 and 1995.