'Northern Exposure' is the latest TV show to join the ever-growing list of shows from your childhood returning to your screen.

The series, which originally ran from 1990 to 1995, was a critical success and introduced everyone to the idea of mooses, Native American mural art and fish-out-of-water dramedies.

Per THR, original star Rob Morrow - who played Dr. Joel Fleischman - is set to return as the series is being billed as a continuation rather than a hard reset. According to THR's report, Dr. Fleischman will return to the town of Cicely for a funeral for an old friend, and soon finds himself "reuniting with some of his former neighbors and meeting a new set of quirky characters."

The series was groundbreaking for its time, featuring the second-ever same-sex marriage on prime-time US television. Not only that, the series won several Emmys and Golden Globes during its five-year run, and had a strong international audience as well.

'Northern Exposure' is just one of many '90s TV shows on the way back. 'Frasier' is apparently being prepped for a reboot, as is 'Animaniacs' and the success of 'Twin Peaks' means there's definitely an audience.

No air date has been set as of yet, but you've got to imagine that moose from the opening credits is going to hang around forever.