TV pilot now filming in Roslyn, Seattle

The central Washington town of Roslyn is returning to television.
   Filming starts in Roslyn Oct. 2-3 for the TV pilot of “The Man in the High Castle,” which began shooting this week in Seattle.
   “High Castle” is an adaptation of Philip K. Dick’s 1962 Hugo Award-wining book of the same name in which Germany and Japan won World War II and rule over the 1960s United States. The show’s script writer and co-producer is Frank Spotnitz, executive producer of the hit TV series “The X-Files."
   Roslyn served as the fictional Alaska town of Cicely in “Northern Exposure,” which aired on CBS from 1990 to 1995.

by  Jon Osterberg



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