Psychiatrist Dr. Frasier Crane might quickly be returning to your TV display. In keeping with Deadline, Crane himself, aka Kelsey Grammer, is presently “exploring” the potential of a Frasier reboot for CBS.
The reboot wouldn’t merely be a rehashing of the unique, which ran for 11 seasons between 1993 and 2004. Per Deadline, the present would probably be set in a brand new metropolis, with Grammer’s character being the principle anchor to the unique sequence. For the time being, the 63-year-old Grammer is claimed to be “assembly with writers who’re pitching totally different ideas” for the potential reboot.
By way of storyline, shifting to a brand new metropolis is hardly an odd premise for Crane. Followers will recall that the character had his debut on season three of Cheers, which was set in Boston. The physician then acquired his Frasier spin-off, which noticed him launch a brand new chapter of his life all the way in which throughout the nation in Seattle.
Grammer beforehand mentioned he wasn’t thinking about revisiting his Frasier days. “No, I’m very proud of what I’m doing now,” Grammer informed the New York Day by day Information in 2016. “I look again on the previous as a really fond place and I’d prefer to hold it that manner.”
Throughout its preliminary run, Frasier set a file for probably the most Emmys gained by a scripted sequence: 37. 5 of these have been consecutive wins for Excellent Comedy Collection. The present starred Grammer alongside David Hyde Pierce, Jane Leeves, Peri Gilpin, and John Mahoney.
Grammer’s latest TV tasks embody Guillermo del Toro’s animated Netflix sequence, Trollhunters: Tales of Arcadia, and Amazon drama The Final Tycoon with Matt Bomer. He not too long ago joined the forged of Fox’s authorized drama Confirmed Harmless, which airs subsequent 12 months.