Frasier Revival Reportedly in Early Stages of Discussion

Grammer is currently listening to pitches

Frasier Revival Reportedly in Early Stages of Discussion

Could Frasier be the new 1990s show to be revived? According to The Hollywood Reporter, CBS Television Studios and star/executive producer Kelsey Grammer are in early talks for a Frasier revival.

Frasier was a spinoff of Cheers and aired for 11 seasons on NBC  from 1993 to 2004. In the series, Kelsey Grammer played Dr. Frasier Crane, a successful Boston psychiatrist who moved to Seattle to get a fresh start on life. He has his own radio talk show which he uses to relay his wit and wisdom for others. At times, he struggles with his own neuroses from his family and friends, though often he does not take his own advice.

The series co-starred Jane Leeves, David Hyde Pierce, Peri Gilpin, and the late John Mahoney.

Frasier received 37 Emmy Awards, with the show winning the Emmy for Outstanding Comedy Series for five consecutive years.

The trade says that Grammer is listening to pitches from writers for ways to reboot or continue the show.

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