Reunite the gang? Kelsey Grammer hopes to revive his iconic '90s series Frasier
The 63-year-old Emmy winner has met authors and producers to reverb Ideas to explore Deadline reported on Wednesday, July 25th. The series would show a new character played by Grammer and would play in another city ration from the beloved NBC sitcom, which ran eleven seasons from 1993 to 2004. The project is still in the "very, very early" stages after Entertainment Tonight .
Although Grammer now appears to be aboard, he revealed to Fox News in December 2016 that a Frasier reunion is unlikely. "No, I'm very happy with what I'm doing right now," he told the network back then. "I see the past as a very nice place, but I would like to keep it that way."
The Golden Globe winner, however, seemed to have a change of heart with TV Guide in July 2017. "There was talk, but it's nothing but talking "he explained a revival possibility. "There are so many people queuing up to make their cut, and even trying to fund a restart of Frasier would be nightmarish."
The Beloved Series, a spinoff from NBC's Cheers won 37 Emmys during its run. The focus was on Frasier Crane (Grammer), a radiopsychiatrist who returned to his hometown of Seattle after completing his marriage. In the series finale, Frasier moves with his girlfriend Charlotte ( Laura Linney ) to Chicago, instead of going to San Francisco to promote his career. The show also starred David Hyde Pierce Jane Leeves Peri Gilpin and the late John Mahoney .
While speaking with TV Guide Grammer expressed concern that Dr. Ing. Frasier's relationship with Charlotte would not exceed the distance. "It would be nice to see what happened to him because he was clearly never lucky," he said.
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