Those thrown salads and scrambled eggs can call again. Only more than 14 years after "snooty, but lovable" radio psychiatrist Frasier Crane said his last good night in Seattle, a Frasier reboot is in progress, Deadline reported on Wednesday, July 25. According to the website Kelsey Grammer, titularstar and executive producer of NBC's 90s comedy, is interested in a new Frasier series. "(Bustle has asked Grammer's representative and the Paramount Network for a comment but has not received a response.)
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As fans, remember Frasier – a spinoff from NBC's Cheers – ended with the suggestion that Dr. Crane should be unexpectedly relocated to Chicago to play Charlotte, played by Laura Linney, with her love as an outstanding guest actress in a comedy series Emmy in 2004. Could the new series follow the opera-loving wine connoisseur to Chi-Town? That could certainly be a possibility.
While the reappearance of Niles (David Hyde Pierce), Daphne (Jane Leeves) and Roz (Peri Gilpin) seems to be uncertain, Frasier's beloved father, Martin Crane, played by the late John Mahoney, is imprisoned Age of 77 died in February.
Before Mahoney's death, the Frasier cast had discussed a conversation, according to Entertainment Weekly . "Certainly, the people who were in favor of the idea that John is a part of it, because he was so much in the balance of the show," said co-executive producer Christopher Lloyd opposite EW . "They have these two clogged up intellectuals and a die-hard man of the people, which made for so much balance in the series that it would be a bit difficult to do without him."
Nonetheless, Lloyd, he believes, meant Mahoney would have wanted the show to go on without chair and Marty's iconic stain. (Although fans would expect them to at least serve a can of Valentine for the Crane Patriarch at McGinty.)
"John was such a generous soul," added Lloyd to EW . "He would be the first person to say," Oh, of course, you should go ahead and do it. "Even if it happened before [his passing]he would be the first to make everyone do that."
As with any nostalgia, fans have a strong opinion about the revival of the iconic series. While many already pour their glasses of solemn sherry, and some seem a bit confused, others may already feel the blues a-callin & # 39; s.
While a Twitter user named it "long the best news I've heard ," fan excitement Frasier reboot messages could only be expressed via GIFs ,
Some fans summoned Grammer not to deal with perfection with one user joking: "You might as well try to restart the Sistine Chapel."
Playing on a speech in "Frasier Cranes Nightmare Inn" from Season 4, another user wondered why we can not leave the original alone .
Many comments mention the absence of Mahoney's Marty Crane. A Frasier fan said he adores this show, but "Without John Mahoney, I do not see the point." Another went so far as to joke who proposes a restart "without John Mahoney should at least stand at least in court." A third user said he was only on board "if it Daphne is to communicate with the spirit of John Mahoney. "
A fan on Twitter thought the plot could be too predictable : "Frasier returns to Seattle, son is now a jock, Yada Yada Yada"
To combat any threat predictability, other fans had their own suggestions for action. Examples were Frasier's son Frederick had to look after his sick father, the show in Austin and Frasier had a podcast and spent his days answering on YouTube trolls.
Whether a Frasier reboot is actually taking place, it's an exciting prospect for fans to discuss a cappuccino from Cafe Nervosa, via Frasier and Niles.