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I tried to give this show a try. It was painful getting through the second episode before I couldn't take it anymore. It is poorly cast, and the actors have little personality and look like they have never stepped foot outside of city concrete. The plot line is predictable, but that isn't even a negative compared to all its other faults. It lacks a sense of reality and believability in every way. The script is bad, and the delivery by actors sounds canned and sophomoric. Furthermore, there is nothing that resembles "Northern Exposure" except it has planes and is filmed in the north! I hate to be so harsh, but I recommend you take a pass on this bore fest, and opt for reruns of something better.
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