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"Frasier" could be the next TV series for a revival



Thrown salads and scrambled eggs can be here again.

The show "Frasier" could have a second life, with star and executive producer Kelsey Grammer in talks with CBS Studios to revive the famous sitcom, Deadline reported.

While the project is in its infancy, Grammer, 63, is scheduled to speak with writers to see how a reboot could be designed 14 years after the end of the original series.

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CBS Studios declined to comment on the news.

The character Frasier Crane first appeared in NBC's classic sitcom "Cheers" and continued in 1993 with his own offshoot series, which ran for eleven seasons. The sitcom followed the pompous, but big-hearted Crane with his family and friends in Seattle.

"Frasier" is one of the most celebrated sitcoms in TV history. He then won a record of a total of 37 Emmys, including five consecutive victories for the Outstanding Comedy Series.

If renewed, the new show would join the growing list of TV sitcom restarts, including Will & Grace, Murphy Brown, and the recently canceled Roseanne.


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