This fall, those mixed salads and scrambled eggs are back. Kelsey Grammer updated the status of the fraser revival underway at Paramount+, where Grammer will answer the call a third time as former Seattle radio psychiatrist Dr. Frasier Crane. The sequel to the series, which the Emmy-winning actor has been developing since 2018, was commissioned by Paramount last February. In a preview of his July 4 appearance on CBS The speechGrammer revealed the fraser the reboot could start filming this fall – nearly 20 years after the eleventh and final season of the Cheers the spinoffs began airing on NBC.
“There were conversations about October, maybe a little later. I don’t know,” Grammer said on The speech. “There are a few more things to come. We have a few other projects in development that look like they should be shot first.”
Grammer’s announced projects include jesus revolution for Lionsgate and Millennium Wanted man, an action film co-starring and directed by Dolph Lundgren. As for Paramount+ fraserGrammer confirmed that the revival is “in the final stages of the final script for the first episode of the fraser reboot, and it looks pretty good. I had a few runs through it, and I cried, so you know, I’m happy.”
In an interview with New York’s NBC 4 in July 2021, Grammer confirmed he had “reached out to everyone” about his comeback, including David Hyde Pierce (Niles Crane), Jane Leeves (Daphne) and Peri Gilpin (Roz). John Mahoney, who played Frasier’s lovable but grumpy dad, Martin Crane, died in 2018.
The fraser revival is the “next chapter in the continuing journey of Dr. Frasier Crane,” the “listening to” psychiatrist we last saw leaving Seattle radio station KACL for a new job in San Francisco. The fraser The finale instead ended with Frasier landing in Chicago to pursue his romance with Charlotte (Laura Linney).
“Frasier is going to change cities again,” Grammer said NBC 4 of Fraser’s move from Boston to Seattle. “He thinks he’s going to go off and do one thing, and of course his life takes him in another direction. And he ends up getting rich beyond his dreams.”
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