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'Fraiser' reboot: Kelsey Grammer cried on reading Episode 1 script, believes HE is the 'key' to the show

Kelsey Grammer who is known for NBC sitcom ‘Cheers’ and its spin-off ‘Frasier’, talks about ‘Frasier’ reboot being in its last stage of planning
'Frasier' Reboot: Kelsey Grammer revealed the show is in the 'final stages' of planning (NBC)
'Frasier' Reboot: Kelsey Grammer revealed the show is in the 'final stages' of planning (NBC)

We all have grown up watching a couple of good and hilarious American sitcom series like ‘Friends’, ‘Seinfeld’ and ‘Frasier’. The legendary actor Kelsey Grammer has been loved by audiences and fans for his stellar performance as both Dr Frasier Cane and later the radio show host in the cult NBC sitcom ‘Cheers’ followed by its spin-off series ‘Frasier’. For avid fans awaiting the much-talked-about reboot of 'Fraiser', Kelsey Grammer has finally teased all audiences about how the reboot is in the last stage of planning.

Viewers who have grown up watching the cult series and its spin-off, know what kind of following Grammer enjoys globally. Now, in a recent interview at the daytime show ‘The Talk’, he finally broke his silence and revealed how the reboot series is in the final stages of planning and development and shared some spoilers about the ‘Frasier’ reboot series episodes storyline as well.


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Grammer got global recognition and fame for his brilliant performance as psychiatrist Dr. Frasier Cane in the multiple Emmy award-winning series ‘Cheers’ followed by its spin-off NBC drama series ‘Frasier’. He has received four Primetime Emmys, two Golden Globes for his character in the show. He has also been a recipient of the Tony award as a producer for his musical on a book named ‘The Color Purple’ in 2016.

Entire cast in a still from 'Frasier' (NBC)

In ‘The Talk’ interview, Frasier revealed, “We’re in the final stages of the final script for the first episode of the Frasier reboot and it looks pretty good. I’ve had a couple of runs through it, and I cried, so you know, I’m happy.”

Opening up on when could the long-awaited revival series ‘Frasier’ reboot begin its production and filming schedule this year he added, “Shooting? There were some conversations about October, maybe a little later. I don’t know.” He also said, “There are a couple of other things coming up. We’ve developed a couple of other projects that look like they’re going to shoot first.” Giving an insight on why is the show considered a cult classic and musing on the key reason behind its success, the Emmy award-winning actor said, “The key ingredient for the Frasier reboot is actually Frasier, honestly. It was always called Frasier, so it’s me, the key is me.

In another interview on NBC New York dated July 2021, Grammer said that the character of Dr. Frasier, who ended up moving his base from Boston to Seattle for the original series, will end up in another new place and spilling some beans on that, the veteran star shared, “He thinks he’s gonna go off and do one thing, and sure enough, his life takes him in another direction. And he ends up rich beyond his dreams.”

For people who might not be aware, in the spin-off series Dr Cane moves to another new city, Seattle and changes his career stream from being a psychiatrist to a radio show host. In the finale season’s episode, we all saw how Frasier also ended up moving bases again completely from Seattle to Chicago and talking about it in that interview, he also added that this time in the reboot series ‘Frasier’ is not going to be Seattle based and giving a sly hint, the actor according to the Daily Mail said, “Frasier's gonna move town, he's gonna change cities again. There's some surprise there.”