How many times have you spotted a Huddersfield location in your favourite TV shows?
A fair few we'd bet - it seems directors and TV crews have taken a shine to the town's scenic spots over the years.
The latest Huddersfield-based show is a new three-part mystery called Remember Me, which starts on Sunday. Monty Python star Michael Palin, 70, plays elderly Tom Parfitt, a frail Yorkshireman whose admittance to a nursing home triggers a series of inexplicable events.
And a huge favourite with Examiner readers was award-winning BBC drama Happy Valley, starring Sarah Lancashire.
From Last of the Summer Wine's Holmfirth setting, to the appearance of Brooke's Mill in Armitage Mill in BBC One's gangster drama Peaky Blinders, TV history has seen actors from both the big and small screen descend on Huddersfield.
Click below for more examples of Huddersfield in the spotlight.
Feature films have also been shot in locations in and around town.
Sigourney Weaver was in Marsden to film scenes for new Hollywood drama A Monster Calls last month.
In July, Huddersfield was turned into Russia for 18-rated sci-fi thriller Scintilla.
Stephen Woodcock's 2000 film Between Two Women, about a woman's struggle with her unhappy marriage, was filmed in Huddersfield and Rochdale.
And BBC blockbuster Jamaica Inn was filmed in Crow Edge, near Holmfirth.
Victoria Wood, Imelda Staunton and Michael Ball were at Huddersfield Town Hall at the start of the year for BBC film Tubby and Enid.
And it's not just pretty locations that make the movies - University of Huddersfield filmmaker Michelle Heighway produced a 60-minute show about Huddersfield eccentric Jake Mangel Wurzel, which was screened at Leeds International Film Festival this month.
Who needs Hollywood when you've got Huddersfield?