Kelsey Grammer plots a Frasier reboot

Sergio Cunningham
July 28, 2018

Frasier was first introduced as a character in the Boston-set "Cheers" before relocating to his hometown of Seattle to start a new life as a radio presenter in "Frasier".

The new idea wouldn't follow the same suit as shows like Will and Grace and Roseanne which have all brought back original cast members.

According to Deadline, the 63-year-old actor - who played psychiatrist Frasier Crane in the show - is now meeting with writers, who are pitching different concepts for the potential follow-up.

Kelsey Grammer is reportedly eyeing the possibility of rebooting Frasier. The original Frasier ran for 11 seasons, from 1993 to 2004, winning 37 Primetime Emmys, a record surpassed by Game of Thrones in 2016.

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Kelsey Grammer attends a private celebration of The 70th Anniversary of Israel hosted by the Consul General of Israel, Los Angeles, Sam Grundwerg, June 10, 2018, in Los Angeles.

It also made stars of David Hyde Pierce as his Frasier's competitive brother Niles and British actress Jane Leeves as his live-in housekeeper Daphne. It was produced by Grammnet Productions and CBS TV Studios' predecessor Paramount Network Television. For example, Frasier could take on the Martin role this time around, moving across the country to live with his adult son Frederick.

Chicago may very well be one of the city's on the list since Frasier was seen in the series finale flying to the Windy City to pursue Charlotte.

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