When the now-classic TV sitcom series Frasier hit the airwaves back in 1993, the show’s star – and his character – were already well-established among TV audiences. Kelsey Grammer’s Frasier character, psychiatrist Dr. Frasier Crane, was first introduced years before as one of the bar patrons in another hit sitcom series, Cheers. So, when Grammer’s famous character set out on his own, heading back to his Seattle roots when Cheers left the airwaves, audiences were ready to welcome this new series onto the airwaves.
On Monday, Kelsey Grammer gave fans their first update on the Frasier revival in about a year. Paramount+ announced that it is bringing the beloved sitcom back in 2021, but since then few details have come out. Finally, Grammer appeared on The Talk to discuss the future of the series.
Watch: Quantum Leap Stars Talk Revival of Original TV Series. It may be time to dust off those land lines and call up your favorite radio psychiatrist. That's right, we have a promising update regarding the highly anticipated Frasier reboot. During the July 4 episode of The Talk, Kelsey Grammer, who played the titular character on the NBC hit between 1993 and 2004, teased what fans can expect when the revival eventually hits Paramount+.
Kelsey Grammer is ready to become Dr. Frasier Crane once again. On Monday's episode of The Talk, the star, 67, opened up about what fans can expect from the upcoming Frasier reboot heading to Paramount+. "We're in the final stages of the final script for the first episode of Frasier,...
Since Paramount+ announced a Frasier reboot early last year, fans have been eagerly awaiting any sort of update. And that day finally came on Monday, July 5, via an interview between Emmy-winning actor, Kelsey Grammer, and hosts of The Talk. Grammer, who is best known for his 20-year-old role as...
Dr. Frasier Crane is a character Kelsey Grammer is very familiar with. This is a person Grammer originated back in season three of Cheers, and has stuck with in the decades since. So, with a revival series on the horizon, emotions ran high for Grammer, a fact the actor has openly admitted in recent discussions about the new show.
Kelsey Grammar has provided a positive update on the upcoming Frasier reboot, claiming the script made him “cry”. In a yet-to-be-aired interview on CBS chat show The Talk [via Deadline], the actor confirmed that they’re “in the final stages of the final script for the first episode,” adding that it “looks pretty good”.
‘Frasier’ star Kelsey Grammer says he ‘cried’ reading script for reboot’s first episode: 'I'm happy'
Kelsey Grammer is gearing up to become Dr. Frasier Crane again. On Monday, the actor appeared on "The Talk" and gave viewers a sneak peek of what’s to come from the reboot on Paramount+. "We’re in the final stages of the final script for the first episode of ‘Frasier’...
Click here to read the full article. Nearly a year-and-a-half after confirming that a Frasier revival is in the works at Paramount+, Kelsey Grammer has shared an update on the timetable for its premiere. During a Monday appearance on CBS’ The Talk, Grammer was asked where things stand with actually shooting the Frasier revival, and the five-time Emmy winner said, “There have been some conversations about [starting in] maybe October, maybe a little later.” He went on to note that he has other projects in queue that may shoot first, “But we’re in the final stages of the final script for the...
Frasier legend Kelsey Grammer has given a promising update for fans about the upcoming reboot. The series originally ran for 11 seasons from 1993 to 2004, and the revival is set to stream on Paramount+. Appearing virtually on CBS's The Talk, Grammer revealed that the cast look set to begin...
Actor Kelsey Grammer confirmed that the reboot for the series “Frasier” is in its final stages of pre-production. He also revealed that they hope to start shooting the first episode sometime this fall.July 5, 2022.
Kelsey Grammer says Frasier reboot will feature major changes. Kelsey Grammer has given fans an update on the forthcoming Frasier reboot. The actor is due to reprise his role of Frasier Crane in a revival series of the popular Nineties sitcom for Paramount+. Appearing on The Talk on Monday (4...