But how many of these shows did you know were filmed at locations around Sheffield, Barnsley, Doncaster and Rotherham?
The combination of stunning countryside, gritty industrial streets and historic buildings means filmmakers are spoilt for choice in the area.
Ken Loach’s magical 1969 movie, Kes, was filmed in Barnsley, while the old Doncaster Sheffield Airport appeared in BBC drama The Syndicate, and Open All Hours and its follow-up Still Open All Hours were both shot in Balby, Doncaster.
How many of these settings from films and TV shows shot in South Yorkshire, featuring stars from Sean Bean to Nicole Kidman, do you recognise?
1. Filmed in South Yorkshire
These are just some of the movies and TV shows shot in Sheffield, Barnsley, Doncaster and Rotherham, and the locations where they were filmed Photo: Various, including BBC and Netflix
2. '71 - Park Hill
Sheffield doubled as 1970s Belfast in Warp Films' harrowing 2014 drama about The Troubles. The city's famous Park Hill flats (pictured) stood in for the notorious Divis Flats, which have since been largely demolished Photo: Scott Merrylees
3. Threads - The Moor
This chilling 1984 BBC drama showed the catastrophic impact of a nuclear strike on Sheffield, something which seemed all too possible at the time. Among the locations featured were The Moor (pictured), the Nottingham House pub in Broomhill, Sheffield City Hall and the long-since-demolished Tinsley cooling towers. Photo: Scott Merrylees
4. Kes - Hoyland Common
Kes, which tells the charming tale of the relationship between Billy Casper and the titular kestrel, is one of the best loved films ever made in Yorkshire. Based on Barry Hines' book, A Kestrel for a Knave, it was released in 1969 and was just the second film Ken Loach had directed. Filming took place at locations around Barnsley, including on Hoyland Common. Photo: Other