Fried salad and scrambled eggs are back on the menu (with a glass of sherry, of course): the long overdue freezer The sequel is officially moving forward.
Frasier is one of the most successful television sitcoms, running 263 episodes between 1993 and 2004, and winning 37 Emmy Awards. when he was Announced in February 2021 That sequel is in development, it has been revealed Kelsey Grammer He will return to the title role and serve as executive producer.
On Wednesday, Deadline reported that one series was officially greenlit by US broadcast service Paramount+, with 10 unconfirmed episodes.
The new series will see psychiatrist-turned-radio host Fraser Crane begin the next phase of his life in a new city, having left Seattle, where Fraser is assigned. The final episode of the original series saw Frasier Crane give up a promising new job in San Francisco and move to Chicago instead, where his girlfriend Charlotte, played by Laura Linney, has just moved.
It is said that the rest of the cast will mostly feature new characters. The original cast members – Niles David Hyde Pierce, Daphne of Jane Levi’s and Rose Perry Gilpin – are not expected to be regulars, although they could guest appear. John Mahoney, who played Martin’s father Fraser and Niles, died in 2018. The dog Moss, who played Eddie, Martin’s pet Jack Russell, died in 2006.
Earlier this year, Hyde Pierce, who played Fraser’s brother Nils, told The Guardian He had not yet heard many details about the sequel. “It’s happening, but I don’t know in what form, and I don’t know when, so I don’t know where I’ll be and what I’m going to do. I’m definitely interested in seeing what they come up with,” he said.
And Leafs has indicated she won’t be part of the renaissance, she says Entertainment Weekly She was committed to her role in the medical drama The Resident. “I have no idea, but I wouldn’t leave The Resident to do this if that happened,” she said of Al Nahda.
Grammer enthusiastically followed the sequel for years. In an ITV interview three years agoIt was suggested that Frasier Crane become a professor or return to the practice of private psychiatry. He also suggested that the story be “something that would put him at odds with his brother again” and explored his relationship with his now adult son, Frederick.
In July, Grammer confirmed that they were “in the final stages of the final script for the first episode” of the sequel, adding, “I went through a few rounds, and cried, so I’m happy.”
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