Northern Exposure : Television Series
“I have ZERO desire to go native.”
I am a scholar myself when i am in college. I study Computer Science and finished it with the help of the scholarship given by the government. The things is that i signed a contract with them that after graduation i will stay in the country and work here for me to return to them what they've expend for my education. Though i do not have any plans to go abroad just yet i thought that having a real experience for a real job on my country will help me when i decided to go to foreign countries.
Northern Exposure was first aired on the 12th of July 1990 and lasted on the 26th of July 1995. The series was created by Joshua Brand and John Falsey and it has six (6) seasons with 110 episodes. It follows the life of a Jewish physician based in Alaskan town known as Cicely.
Dr. Joel Fleischman portrayed by Rob Morrow, a young Jewish doctor from New York who had finished studies at Columbia University medical school with the help of the scholarship from the state of Alaska. After graduation he planed to have a good start at Anchorage but instead he has been assigned as the General practitioner in Cicely, a town in Alaska for him to give them back the money that the state had spend for his education. Joining him are Maurice Minnifield portrayed by Barry Corbin as a former astronaut and a millionaire entrepreneur and owner of the KBHR radio station and newspaper who bring Dr. Fleischman to the town; Chris Stevens portrayed by John Corbett as a disc jockey; Maggie O'Connell portrayed by Janine Turner as a professional bush pilot and property agent; and many others.
The clash between the difference of Dr. Fleischman and the residents of Cicely was the center of the series. And despites Dr. Fleischman denials, he was seen to enjoy the life in Cicely.
Labels: Television Shows : Drama