‘Northern Exposure’ Reboot: Cast Tells ‘Today’ Show ‘Something Is in the Works’ (Video)

So says Jenna Bush Hager, at least

Release the moose: More “Northern Exposure” may soon be coming to a small town near you.

“Breaking news here, guys,” the “Today” show’s Jenna Bush Hager said on Tuesday morning. “The cast told me they’re constantly asked about the possibility a reboot, and while nothing is official, they tell me something is in the works.”

“Let’s bring it back!” she added after her sit-down interview with the gang from fictional Cicely, Alaska. “I have a feeling they all were really enthusiastic about a reboot … although they did say it’s hard to catch lightning in a bottle twice.”

Hager’s conversation with the cast is posted above, though the “Northern Exposure” alums actually do not discuss the potential reboot while on camera. So, we suppose it all comes down to how much you believe a Bush.

Watch the video and decide for yourself.

“Northern Exposure” aired on CBS from 1990 to 1995. During its five-year run, the comedy-drama won 27 awards, including the 1992 Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Drama Series, two additional Primetime Emmy Awards, four Creative Arts Emmy Awards, and two Golden Globes.

Created by Joshua Brand and John Falsey, it starred Rob Morrow, Barry Corbin, Janine Turner, John Cullum, Darren E. Burrows, John Corbett, Cynthia Geary, Elaine Miles and Peg Phillips.